This is a vintage, costume pearl and beads necklace--4 strands--with earrings. These pearls are unmarked. The pearls and beads are all different sizes, some larger and some small.
I am guessing they might be from the 1960s. (?) This necklace has a nice metal clasp that looks like leaves. There are some jade-looking beads--green --in the necklace. Very pretty. The earrings are for pierced ears.
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...
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 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.
This is an American eagle belt buckle.
It has been electroplated with 24 karat gold. This pattern was retired in 1983.
I bought this at an estate sale and I know
nothing about it. I don't know if it is a reproduction or what. It is a smaller size. I wonder if it might be a Navy WAVE ring---?? Size is a good 9 1/2. (I do not think this ring can be resized.)
It is not sterling. I think it is a heavy metal ring but your guess is as good as mine. It is interesting. It has the anchor on it. It has a "J" on one side and a "W" on the other side of the ring. ??
Initials are not highly visible.
Do you know someone who likes turtles? Then this beautiful vintage metal turtle box is the perfect gift for Christmas, Valentines Day, Birthday or even Mothers Day.
This shiny little metal turtle is perfect for trinkets or jewelry. The lid is
hinged on the side. The lid is not really tight but it closes well. It measures 5" long x 3 1/2" wide. Very cute !!
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This is a great black leatherette bolo tie with a lariat piece that is designed with a 1936 Buffalo Nickel as its centerpiece.
The nickel is embedded in resin. It is a really fine looking, manly and cool tie and it would look great with jeans, a suit or dress pants. It is in excellent used condition.
Bolo ties have a distinct style that compliments any piece of western clothing, from western shirts to western outfits of any kind. Thank you for looking at Lemon Tree.
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.
Do you know someone who likes turtles? Then this beautiful silver turtle pendant necklace is the perfect gift for Christmas, Valentines Day, Birthday or even Mothers Day.
This is a unique sterling silver turtle necklace. This silver turtle charm is very petite. The shell is a pretty green color.
This necklace has a total chain length of 16".
The turtle itself is 5/8" x 3/8".
This would be a great collectors item for a turtle enthusiast. Check out the other critters in our inventory...
"Something old, Something new, Something borrowed, Something blue, and a lucky sixpence for your shoe."
This is a lovely six pence in a heart shaped pendant necklace.
(Elizabeth II 1954 six pence set in heart shaped roses around the coin.) On the front of the coin Dei Gratia Regina + Elizabeth II and on the back is Sixpence 1954.
I am not sure what the metal is as it’s not marked. (silvertone metal--???.)
A sixpence was a coin used in the British Empire beginning in 1551...
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 ...