model 429B, 1 by 5/8 inches, weight 9.7 grams. It is interesting to note that one is marked with Foss' mark and the model number and the other with "Georg Jensen USA Inc" and the (same) model number, as shown in photos two and three.
comprising necklace (17 1/2 inches), bracelet (7 inches), brooch (1.75 inch diameter) and earrings. Excellent overall condition, though the safety needs to be reconnected and the threaded post-backs should be replaced with the "pinch" style backs (please see third photo).
Ruopoli worked for Black, Starr & Gorham in addition to making jewelry under his own name. He was a skilled modeller and his cast items are finely finished...
length 7 1/2 inches, no monogram, excellent condition. If this one doesn't float your boat, please scroll down our list (or type Jensen into the search window and hit enter) to item 2088...
We'd like to offer our heartfelt thanks to all those folks who braved the dreary weather to attend this event. It was truly a pleasure, albeit a rather chilly one, to once again see some faces (you are all looking much younger!!) that we haven't seen since our shopkeeping days on Charles Street. Next year, if the weather cooperates and we're not hunkered down under a tent, I promise to bring a bit more holloware.
length 7 3/8 inches, weight .71 oz. Troy, excellent condition with tight clasp and properly functioning safety.
We've bought and sold many Jensen bracelets over the years and are well aware of the insults which they often suffer, but this one is free of deep scratches, hasn't been excessively polished, and has a wonderful smokey gray color.
five floral links with chrysoprase centers, length 6 3/4 inches excluding clasp, weight a generous 1.24 oz Troy, excellent condition.
We'd never heard of "Taylord", but bought this thinking for sure that the name would turn up in some tome as a small production Arts & Crafts silversmith. No such luck...
Just shy of two inches in both directions, mass 38 grams, opening for belt is 1.5 inches, some scratches as one might expect in an item that's been worn at waist level for the past sixty years but fine overall condition.
circa 1880, longest dimension 1 5/8 inches (point to point), excellent condition, unmarked. Not originally intended as Judaica, this would have been a good luck symbol in the Victorian era, but we think it would make a splendid Chanukah present.
Heavy (2.24 oz Troy), well made and in excellent condition, you'd be hard pressed to find new sterling jewelry of this quality at any price. Diameter five+ inches, townmark for Turku, 1975, model: Sheherazade "Squeaky" Cherner.
and a mighty handsome one, at that. With bad news swirling all around, what better way to brighten up the day than to buy yourself a little gift, preferably a silver one? Diameter 1 1/2 inches, excellent condition, clasp has been replaced with modern safety (please see third photo), unmarked.
OK, let's get back to our ever-shrinking "gifts under one hundred dollars" category. This bracelet measures 6 3/4 inches long, and though reasonably priced it's well made-- each link is cast rather than stamped, which gives a pleasant heft (mass 27.2 grams). The condition is excellent, and you may view the maker's mark in photo number four.
comprising four double hinged arc form links each approximately 1 3/4 inches joined by three rectangular pieces. Some light scratches, and the locking screw is slightly off-vertical (a braver fellow than Yours Truly would bend it back straight) but the overall condition and quality are both superb. Weight 2.45 Troy ounces, length 7 inches. The double hinges provide for many possible shapes (see last two photos), making this a little piece of wearable sculpture...