This golden topaz (or deep citrine) glass and sterling silver Art Deco bar pin is made in the same way as the imitation gemstone bangle bracelets of the era. The faceted square-cut stones, actually a delicious caramel color, are channel set in sterling with engraved edges. This piece, which closes with a roll-over safety clasp, never goes out of style. Scroll down to see a matching Diamonbar bracelet.
Faceted golden topaz (or deep citrine) colored glass stones channel-set in sterling silver form this Diamonbar flexible bracelet. It closes with a hidden tongue-in-groove clasp and safety chain. At 7 1/2", this bracelet is longer than most made in this era. Though the patent number is unmarked, the construction of this piece is in accordance with patent number 1,344,365, which was granted to Harry Wachenheimer in 1920. You can see the utility patent here, the second one shown below the maker's name. This piece was part of my personal collection. Scroll down to see a matching brooch.