This chain with a pendant by Sarah Coventry is an example of American costume jewelry from 1970s. Cross shape and silver color feature this piece. In perfect condition. Free delivery from 150€ (selected countries) Loyalty points converted in discounts Free gift wrapping
Mustard seed jewelry (like these screw earrings) made a big comeback in the 1940s, during the WWII period, and continued their popularity throughout the 1950s and 1960s. They meant hope and endurance during that time of change and turmoil.Coro, 40s
How many gray stones are there? Two. Not eight as it seems!You can see the grains of the large stone and the back with four sections. The stone is whole and split at the same timeSarah, Coventry, "Midnight Magic" collection (1958-1962)
I don't know what bird De Liguoro's designers wanted to portray in these clip-on earrings. For me, these are pelicans. The image is strange, but memorable, and, thanks to the golden metal and rhinestones, very effective.De Liguoro, 80s
Amazing creatures seahorses are not at all like any other living creatures on Earth, they look like they came from somewhere on another planet.Their grace and beauty were noticed by ATTWOOD & SAWYER where they created a wonderful brooch in the shape of a seahorse, decorated with enamel and rhinestones.
Starfish, raised from the seabed, glisten with salt crystals from the drying water and wiggle their rays, hoping to swim back. A moment - and here they are again in the sea, leaving us memories of themselves, embodied in golden metal, strewn with transparent rhinestones.De Liguoro set, 80-90s