This is a vintage brooch/pin that circa approx. 1940's. During WW2 this is the type of jewelry that was created as the war effort needed the metal and sterling was easily available. The design is a flower with four pedals and a large center turquoise prong set rhinestone as the flower center. . Marked in the back "Sterling" it measures approx. 2" x 2.25". Condition is excellent. Free shipping USA only. Insurance extra. See all my many other great listings.
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I have never seen this style cuff bracelet before. Heavy sterling that is 1 3/8" wide with a very light gold wash or it has lost some of the gold wash over the years. My photo is showing more of a gold wash then really is. It has a very hard to see hallmark and sterling mark. I am unable to identify the hallmark and can barely see that it is sterling. I have listed a link sterling bracelet that has (c)PR or PB which also appears to be on this piece...
Elegant looking sterling bracelet with a light gold wash. Nine links octagon shaped with a sort of abstract design that measures 7" long. The links are .75" across and .50" in depth. A real standout on any wrist. Marked "Sterling Pat.3308517". That patent number dates this piece to 1967. Condition is excellent. Free shipping USA only. Insurance extra. See all my many other great listings.
Sterling Brooch/Pin with simulated large rectangular emerald green unfoiled prystal or rhinestone. This type of sterling jewelry was used during WW2 as a replacement for the metal used in the war effort. Except for a small scratch on the face of the stone it is in excellent condition. Marked in the back "Sterling". Measuring approx. 2 3/4" x 2 1/2". The large prong set center stone measures 7/8" x 1". Free shipping USA only. Insurance extra. See all my many other great listings
Sterling covered salt with tray and spoon by the Webster Co. of N. Attleboro. All three of the sterling pieces, spoon, tray and cover have the Webster logo. The crystal glass salt holder has a beautiful etched design of leaves and grapes or berries. Circa early 1900's. Tray measures 3.5 inches across and the overall height of glass salt holder is 2.75 inches. Condition is excellent. See all the many other great listings I have for your consideration.
This pattern Williamsburg Shell was first introduced in 1970 by Stieff. Individual salt spoon or baby spoon is in excellent condition and monogram free. Measures 3 inches. Shipping is FREE. Insurance extra. See all my many other great listings.
Sterling Bon Bon Spoon in the pattern American Beauty 1896 by Geo. Shiebler Silversmith. Measures 5 inches and is in excellent plus condition. It has a monogram with the letter "B". Marked in the back "Pat. Jun,29.97 Sterling". It also has the Shiebler logo. This must have been a gift as it is also inscribed in the back "May 24 1901". Great collectible piece or a set filler. Shipping is FREE. Insurance extra. See all my many other great listings.
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Vintage modernist Popowski Mexican sterling silver circular pin with copper, onyx and brass fish and circles on a sterling setting. A very attractive piece displaying interesting design and craftsmanship by a quality Mexican designer. Fully marked on back with stamps "Popowoski Made in Mexico DF Sterling HT 925" and eagle 20. Can be worn as a pin/brooch or as a pendant hung from a chain. Offered with the chain. Disregard the glare on my photos...
This roses and leaves designed pin was produced by Otis Company which was in business from 1943 until sold in 1970. The pin is a beautiful array of roses with scattered leaves in an oval shape. It is signed on the back "Otis Sterling". It measures 2 3/8 inches by 1 1/2 inches and is in excellent condition.
Marked only sterling is this dainty very attractive pin. Very similar in workmanship and quality to a Lang piece I also have listed. It measures 2 1/8 inches by 1 1/8 inches and except for needing a good polishing is in excellent condition. It appears to be a piece from prior to the 1960's.
Though a designer of fine sterling jewelry, not much is known about Lang the maker of this delicate and beautiful pin. It is signed on the back "Sterling Lang" a company that was only in existance from the mid 1940's and not known after 1977. This piece represents some fine craftmanship in sterling of roses and leaves. It measures 2 7/8 inches by 1 1/2 inches. Condition is excellent.