This is a vintage 3 strand- beads, faux pearls,crystal glass gold/topaz-white colored necklace. Melon shape beads and many different shapes, sizes of beads. There are 6 crystal beads. I am guessing it is from the 1960s. Metal clasp, not marked. It came from an estate sale.
Very showy piece. Nice vintage / retro item.
This is a hand beaded amulet pouch necklace with beaded fringe. Native American inspired beaded tiny bag/pouch necklace. Hide your favorite little trinket inside & always have it with you!
This is a great piece to be used as a necklace or to hang in your car. The chain is 24" long but can be knotted if you would like it shorter.
This beaded amulet medicine pouch necklace is great for holding your special charm, medicine, healing stone, herbs, a lucky coin or whatever...
This is a nice solid brass belt buckle. It was handmade at
Anacortes Brass Works Foundry, Anacortes, Washington in 1982. It measures 3" wide and 2 1/4" high and it takes up to a
1 1/2" wide belt. Good condition.
It needs a little cleaning.
This is an American eagle belt buckle.
It has been electroplated with 24 karat gold. This pattern was retired in 1983.
This looks like a wood grain belt buckle.
It looks like it was hand-crafted. Measures 4" wide x 2 3/4" high.
The back says Nature's Products, Jerry Rowe, Dubois, Wyoming. Very unusual but it is a gorgeous belt buckle.!!! Buy it for the person who has everything.
(These photos do not do "justice" to this belt. We had problems with lighting.
If you want more photos, contact us. The lighting in this photo is bad but actually, the belt is bright silver tone with rhinestones around the edge of each concho.)...
Beautiful brown vintage western, top grain leather belt (thin belt) with over sized conchos.
( Six (6) Oval Conchos, Silver tone Accents)
Great for rodeos, horse shows , dances or any occasion...
This is a CRUMRINE western bolo tie.
Made in the USA. Beautiful eagle.
It is fancy etched silver plate with a gold color eagle on the shield. Leatherette braid string tie with tips. The shield or the
main piece measures 1.5" wide and 1 3/4" high. Bolo ties have a noticeable style that compliments any piece of western clothing. A bolo tie
makes a great addition to any western outfit or western shirt.
Chainmail began in medieval times as a method of weaving metal to create armour for knights, but today it is used to create elegant metal jewelry from various metals.
The roots of chainmail jewelry predate the 5th century, when it was used by the ancient Celts to make armour for the warriors of the time.
We got this at an estate sale. I don't really know much about it. We believe it came from Turkey but we do not know how old it is. It LOOKS really really old but I don't know ...
This listing is for 3 elephant jewelry items. One is a vintage elephant charm pendant
for a necklace. Necklace is not included.
This elephant charm measures 2" tall x
2 1/4" wide. All 3 items are brass--I think. (Not exactly sure about that.)
One pin is an elephant momma and baby elephant. The baby is following the momma elephant. Very cute...
Here are two sports pins . The Colorado Rockies pin has "1992" on the back of it. The writing is small and hard to read.
The other pin is a Denver Broncos football helmet pin. Size is about 1 1/4" x 1".
Both pins are in great condtion.
Hannah Montana for the Holidays!!! Here you have a lot of 8 assorted Christmas stocking stuffers or you can tuck them into an Easter basket or any birthday package. Perfect for your pre-teen ("tween"). Disney's Hannah Montana heart shaped pendant necklace with chain , 2nd necklace, pin and sticker, 4 bracelets in one pack, pin and sticker, lip balm, watch and wrist band. The watch alone has a price marked on it for $18.00 retail but we are only
charging $28.00 for all 8 items...
This is a package of vintage pink pearl- tone hat pins in the original package. Also we are throwing in a book for you to enjoy. The book is titled "Hatpins and hatpin holders" by Lillian Baker. The book has 155 pages and has beautiful photos of pin and hatpin holders. It gives lots of information concerning hat pins. It says that long ago, hatpins were classed with jewelry items and were ordered from the jewelry sections of catalogues. It is very interesting reading...