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Crystal Bead Pendant Earrings

Crystal Bead Pendant Earrings

$ 245

Additional information

Maker

Unsigned

Size

2" x 1/2" (length includes ear wire)

Condition

Excellent

Date

1920s

Marks

None

These 1920s earrings feature a large, faceted, round crystal bead dangling from a filigree caps. Above each pendant is a small, faceted, round bead set between the halves of a pointed-top bicone bead. The original screw-backs were converted to sterling silver ear wires with lever backs for pierced ears by my expert jeweler. These earrings walked the runway at Toronto Fashion Week for Spring 2019. Scroll down to see a selection of necklaces and brooches – in crystal alone and in combination with colored stones – to wear with these versatile earrings. Can you guess which bracelet the runway model wore with them?

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  • Blown glass necklace with peach beads & glass rings
    $ 395

    Peach Blown-Glass Bead Necklace with Rings

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    $ 395

    Peach Blown-Glass Bead Necklace with Rings

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    This blown-glass necklace has clusters of peach beads connected with clear-glass rings. This Art Deco piece, from my personal collection, sits like a wreath around your neck. I am certain this necklace is European in origin. It closes with a screw-barrel clasp. Scroll down to see crystal ball earrings that complement this piece as well as a similar necklace in shades of blue.
    $ 395
  • Crystal bangle bracelet by H. Payton (Payco)
    $ 250

    Crystal Bangle Bracelet by H. Payton

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    $ 250

    Crystal Bangle Bracelet by H. Payton

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    This crystal bangle bracelet by H. Payton is a style that was all the rage in the 1920s. The company is best known by their PAYCO mark. Bracelets like this one were available in many colors of glass to imitate gemstones. With open-back faceted, square-cut stones to let light pass through, this piece goes with everything. It also looks great with other bangles and/or line bracelets of the era. Women typically wore multiple bracelets back then, and I confess that I’ve adopted that practice as part of my own personal style. This bracelet was made for a slim wrist, so please note the inside circumference (6 3/4″) and check your wrist size before purchasing this piece. A few of the stones have tiny chips, and there's a space between the stone next to the hinge and the metal (shown in the last photo). Scroll down to see other Art Deco crystal pieces to wear with this bracelet.
    $ 250
  • $ 185

    Crystal Bead Art Deco Necklace

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    $ 185

    Crystal Bead Art Deco Necklace

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    This 1920s necklace of crystal beads in graduating sizes with knots in between has the weight and quality of lead crystal. This Art Deco piece closes with a fish-hook clasp. You can wear this jewel with just about anything, anytime and anywhere. Did you know that faceted crystal beads were popular in the Twenties because they reflect light and brighten the wearer's face? Scroll down to see a selection of earrings to wear with this necklace.
    $ 185
  • $ 195

    Onyx & Crystal Bead Art Deco Necklace

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    $ 195

    Onyx & Crystal Bead Art Deco Necklace

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    Crystal beads separated by onyx-glass beads and crystal disks form this classic Art Deco necklace. The crystal beads are shaped like lanterns and are beautifully faceted to reflect light. This black-and-white look, so popular in the Twenties, is always in style. The beads have recently been professionally re-strung on wire. This necklace closes with a silver-tone filigree concealed clasp. Scroll down to see a selection of earrings and bracelets to wear with this jewel.
    $ 195
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    Art Deco bangle with ruby & crystal in sterling
    $ 395

    Ruby, Crystal & Sterling Art Deco Bangle by H. Payton

    $ 395

    Ruby, Crystal & Sterling Art Deco Bangle by H. Payton

    This Art Deco bangle has faceted square-cut ruby glass stones alternating with square-cut crystals, set in sterling silver. This bracelet by H. Payton (better-known as PAYCO) has a concealed clasp and etched edges. This design and construction are typical of this type of piece so popular in the 1920s. Bangles like this one never go out of style. Wear it alone or with coordinating pieces like the ones shown below. Or wear it with contemporary jewelry.
    $ 395
  • 1920s brooch with emerald & crystal stones set in sterling filigree
    $ 195

    Emerald, Crystal & Sterling Filigree 1920s Brooch by Ostby & Barton

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    $ 195

    Emerald, Crystal & Sterling Filigree 1920s Brooch by Ostby & Barton

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    This 1920s brooch has a large, faceted, cushion-cut emerald-glass stone in the center, with a pair of faceted, triangular emerald and crystal stones at each end. The settings are sterling silver mounted atop a filigree base. This classy and classic Art Deco piece is by Ostby & Barton, a company well-regarded today for their work in precious metals and precious/semi-precious stones. The high-level of their craftsmanship shows in this piece, which closes with a roll-over clasp. Scroll down to see a selection of Art Deco jewels to wear with this beautiful bar brooch.
    $ 195
  • Crystal teardrop bead necklace from 1920s
    $ 195

    Crystal Teardrop Bead Necklace

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    $ 195

    Crystal Teardrop Bead Necklace

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    This 1920s crystal teardrop bead necklace has faceted beads graduated in size surrounding a round center bead. Crystal spacers and a period-appropriate, diamanté-studded box-clasp finish the piece. Crystal necklaces are extremely versatile and timeless. This one was recently restrung by my expert jeweler. A perfect bridal accessory! Scroll down to see a selection of earrings to wear with this jewel.
    $ 195
  • $ 225

    Citrine & Crystal Chicklet-Style Necklace

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    Citrine & Crystal Chicklet-Style Necklace

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    This variation of an Art Deco chicklet necklace is fashioned from deep-citrine-glass stones and crystals in the shape of parallelograms. The stones are set in unmarked silver-tone frames. Some of the crystals have tiny corner chips, but they are not visible when the necklace is worn. The combination of colors and the shape of the stones make this jewel unique and versatile. Scroll down to see Art Deco pieces that coordinate well with this shade of citrine and with crystal.
    $ 225
  • Tiered necklace with alternating citrine & crystal links
    $ 475

    Citrine & Crystal 1920s Tiered Necklace

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    $ 475

    Citrine & Crystal 1920s Tiered Necklace

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    The design and construction of this tiered necklace, a variation on the 1920s chicklet-style, is first class. Golden yellow, square-cut glass stones alternate with oblong crystals to form the necklace and tiered centerpiece. Round dangling citrine-glass stones add the movement that was so essential in the Art Deco era. All of the stones are faceted and mounted in decorated, silver-tone metal. The construction makes me think this piece was made in Europe. This divine jewel, which I initially purchased for myself, closes with a spring-ring clasp. Scroll down to see a number of Art Deco earrings and bracelets to wear with this piece.
    $ 475
  • $ 225

    Ruby Bead & Crystal Art Deco Necklace

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    $ 225

    Ruby Bead & Crystal Art Deco Necklace

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    Single and clusters of blown-ruby-glass beads separated by crystal disks form this lovely 1920s-1930s necklace. It closes with a filigree fish-hook clasp. Reds are hard to match, so consider wearing crystal bead Art Deco earrings with this necklace.  Scroll down to see them.
    $ 225
  • 1920s necklace with amethyst & crystal beads
    $ 295

    Amethyst & Crystal Bead Long 1920s Necklace

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    $ 295

    Amethyst & Crystal Bead Long 1920s Necklace

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    This 1920s necklace of alternating amethyst-glass and crystal beads was designed to complement the long-waisted, slim flapper silhouette but is equally fashionable today. This substantial piece has just been professionally restrung with knots and no clasp. Although the necklace was designed to be worn as a single long (35″) strand, you can wear it doubled if you have a slim neck. A pearl extender clasp (see the seventh photo), which makes the doubling possible, will be included with this necklace. This jewel looks great with the Amethyst Bead Long Art Deco Necklace, also weighty, shown in the last photo. Scroll down to see it and a selection of coordinating bracelets and earrings.
    $ 295
  • $ 195

    Glass Bead 2-Strand 1920s Necklace

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    Glass Bead 2-Strand 1920s Necklace

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    Two strands of faceted, flat, oval-glass beads with glass spacers form this elegant 1920s Art Deco necklace. The concealed clasp is topped with sterling silver filigree set with a faceted crystal stone. You can wear the necklace with the clasp in front, on the side, or in the back. Scroll down to see Art Deco crystal earrings that would look great with this lovely necklace.
    $ 195
  • Vintage glass bead necklace in shades of blue with rings
    $ 425

    Blue Blown Glass Bead Necklace with Rings

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    $ 425

    Blue Blown Glass Bead Necklace with Rings

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    This vintage glass bead necklace has clusters of blown-glass beads in shades of blue wound together with wire and linked with clear glass rings. Although the spring-ring clasp doesn’t provide a clue to the necklace’s origin, I believe it was made in Europe. This piece was recently restrung by my expert jeweler. This wreath-like jewel from my personal collection is a lovely topping to a round-neck garment and the perfect colors for women who dress in a cool palette. Scroll down to see crystal ball earrings to wear with this necklace as well as a similar one with peach-glass beads.
    $ 425
  • $ 225

    Diamanté & Sterling Bracelet by Dorsons

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    $ 225

    Diamanté & Sterling Bracelet by Dorsons

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    This diamanté and sterling silver 1940s bracelet by Dorsons takes the line-bracelet design one step further. Square-cut diamanté channel-set in rhodium-plated sterling silver are enhanced with two squares of clear baguettes. This well-made bracelet with excellent articulation has a concealed clasp. All-diamanté pieces are really hard to photograph, and this one is no exception. All stones are clear and bright, and the overall effect is much brighter than my photos indicate. In fact, this lovely bracelet sparkled on the runway at Toronto Fashion Week for Spring 2019! The model wore it with Art Deco crystal bead pendant earrings. Scroll down to see them and other coordinating pieces.
    $ 225
  • $ 195

    Onyx & Crystal 1920s Bar Brooch

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    Onyx & Crystal 1920s Bar Brooch

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    Faceted, rectangular onyx-glass and crystal stones form the body of this Art Deco bar brooch. Each end has a faceted, onyx-glass triangle. The silver-tone metal setting has cut-outs, creating a checkered pattern with the stones. They are all open-back, and the workmanship is superb. The trombone clasp and unusual design make me think this brooch is European in origin. I also think the setting is sterling silver, but the mark is unreadable. Scroll down to see Art Deco earrings and bracelets that coordinate beautifully with this jewel. Black-and-white, so popular in the Twenties, never goes out of style!
    $ 195
  • 1920s long crystal bead necklace
    $ 375

    Crystal Bead Long 1920s Necklace

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    $ 375

    Crystal Bead Long 1920s Necklace

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    This long crystal bead necklace has faceted beads uniform-in-size. It can be worn in different ways with just about anything. The quality of the beads is superb, and the design is timeless. The necklace has been recently re-strung by my expert jeweler (who actually sold it to me for my personal collection). Even though the necklace has no clasp, you can wear it three ways:  as a long single strand, knotted, or doubled with a sterling silver pearl enhancer, which I will include with the purchase. Be sure to look at all of the photos, which illustrate these options. Scroll down to see several pairs of earrings to wear with this fabulous jewel.
    $ 375