Here is another classic Art Deco line bracelet in the form of a bangle: square-cut deep ruby-glass stones channel-set in sterling silver with engraved edges and a safety chain. This rare bangle has great color and is wider than many. (Note: Red glass stones of this period are more rare than other colors because gold was used to make red.) I have several other ruby Art Deco pieces that coordinate well with this bangle — scroll down to see a selection.
Ruby glass beads wired in a spiral are adorned with channels of diamanté and topped with a large ruby bead. Frank Hess designed a nearly identical dress clip for Miriam Haskell circa 1940, but with diamanté only on the front. This brooch has them on both sides and closes with a trombone clasp on a filigree back.
Three rows of faceted ruby-glass chicklets drape in the front of this vibrant Art Deco creation. Two larger faceted ruby-glass triangles join the three rows to the rest of the necklace. The chicklets are open-back; the triangles are not. This unusual version of the classic chickletin hard-to-find red closes with a spring-ring clasp. This necklace is probably Czech in origin. What a great piece!
Single and clusters of blown-ruby-glass beads separated by crystal disks form this lovely Art Deco necklace. It closes with a filigree fish-hook clasp. Reds are hard to match, so consider wearing any of my crystal bead Art Deco earrings with this necklace. Scroll down to see a selection.