A charming agate and sterling silver bracelet from the 1930’s. The clasp is very nice in silver and the same size and shape as the agate stones stamped ‘sterling’. The length of the bracelet closed is seven inches (18 cms) and the size of the stones are one centimetre. The photographs do not illustrate the delicacy of this bracelet.
This listing is for a wonderful large diamante (paste) Lisner brooch from the 1960s set in goldtone metal, which could also be worn on a headpiece for a bride. I can imagine it worn clipping a pashmina to the shoulder or as a belt set on a 1920s dress. The brooch is cone shape and measures just over two inches (5 cms) in diameter.
A large very pretty lustre, lime green and crystal paste brooch, set in goldtone metal with small carnival stones on the stems. The stones are claw set in cone shape pieces. I would imagine a very expensive brooch in its day. The brooch measures three and three quarter inches wide by almost two inches high (9.5 cms x 5 cms).