Vintage 1920s/1930s Silver Jewelry

There’s something about wearing early estate jewelry. Though copied today, original work offers history, craftsmanship and patina.


Left: 1920s Y necklace: Prong set purple faceted glass and faux pearls falling into two drops, each with a larger faux pearl at the end. 31″ in total, with 1″ difference in each of the drops. Very good condition for the age. including minor or light scratches, oxidation or patina of metal or other blemishes.  $45.00

Right: Vintage 1920’s Coro Silver-Plated Necklace with Diamenté Rhinestones: Necklace length: 16 Inches; Pendant height: 3/4 Inches; Pendant width: 2 1/4 Inches  Chain style: Snake. $138.00

Earrings, Bracelets     clockwise

1920s Onyx Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings: Length: 2 1/4 Inches; Width: 1/2 Inches Materials: Silver, Marcasite, Onyx. Screw-back. $159.00

Antique Carnelian Sterling Silver Earrings: German Art Deco. Marcasite & Red Cornelian. 2” screw back. $169.00

Antique Art Deco Bracelet: Vintage from the 1920s  Bracelet length: 7 Inches; Bracelet width: 1 Inches Materials: baguettes, crystal chatons, vintage rhinestones, rhodium Closure: Slide lock. $225.00

Sterling Silver Art Deco Foliate Link Bracelet With Green Rhinestones: Bracelet length: 7 Inches; Bracelet width: .25 Inches Glass Chain style: Wheat Closure: Slide clasp. $52.00

Brooches     clockwise

Vintage Art Deco Camphor Czech Glass Brooch: Vintage from the 1920s  Length: 3 1/8 Inches; Width: 1 7/8 Inches Materials: Glass, Silver. The stone is held in its frame with large decorative prongs. Enclosing the glass stone is an elliptical oval frame that rises with structured geometric angles that creates precise clean lines. $82.50

Art Nouveau Antique Sterling Silver Flower and Bud Brooch: Length: 2 1/4 Inches; Width: 2 Inches. Lovely vintage patina. $60.80

Marcasite Brooch Authentic Circa 1925: Length: 1.90 Inches; Width: 1.15 Inches. Silver set with 500 stones. $199.00

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