Amber Guild pear-shaped brooch. Amber Guild was a jewlry crafters guild circa 1940 – 1950. Part of the “studio jewelry movement” of the 1940’. The guild worked around Salt lake City, UT. The brooch is a deep-hued ruby-colored amber, with gold-filled decorative elements. 1 ½ “ x ¾”, .2 oz.
This vintage signed Matisse earring and pin brooch set, crafted from copper and enamel, is a good example of mid-century modernist and geometric design for which Matisse was noted. The earrings are clip on. The pin is 3 inches in length; the earrings are 1-1/4 inches. The set weighs 1.4 oz.
This vintage signed Matisse bracelet is adorned with a coil design which extends across the piece. Matisse jewelry was produced from the mid-1940s to 1964, and was a favorite of many notable film stars of the time. This bracelet is 2.5 inches in width and 1-1/4 inches deep. It weighs 1.8 oz.
Vintage gold-toned bracelet by noted designer Kenneth Jay Lane. The bracelet has two double strand links on either side of a central shell which has the appearance of hammered gold foil. The bracelet has a traditional locking clasp. It is 7 inches in length and 2.0 ozs in weight.
Inspired by an iconic Tiffany design, this 3-banded cocktail ring is sterling silver with seven princess cut garnet stones. The stones are 5mm x 5mm. The size 7 ½ ring has a weight of .7 oz. The center ring has 5 stones. The outer rings each have one garnet stone.
This vintage gold filled and amethyst bracelet has seven oval stones measuring 13 mm in length and 10 mm in width. Each stone is decorated on either end by decorative and detailed enamel butterflies, and on either side by blue flowers with 3 petals. The bracelet is 7-1/2 inches in length and weighs 51 grams (1.8 oz.)
Vintage 12K gold filled cameo bracelet, with 6 oval shaped hand-carved shell cameos depicting an elegant woman. The large 30 mm oval cameos are set in 4 mm settings, each joined by two strands that link the cameos along the length of the bracelet. The bracelet weighs 31 grams (1.1 oz) and is 6 ½ inches in length.