In these three-row beads, the main thing is the clasp in the shape of the head of an exotic animal squeezing a hook with its jaws. Somehow they resemble a casually thrown skin of a noble animal on the shoulders of a royal person. Jewel for a special evening.USA, 80s
Stylized bamboo branches, referring to the Chinese character, surround an interesting irregularly shaped insert of a complex green-red color. Clip-on earrings from the Sarah Coventry collection hide a mysterious Chinese soul inside.
Hundreds of small beads in three pastel colors have been used by Japanese craftsmen to make this amazing necklace. Due to the fact that the edge of the bead is transparent, the light falling on it adds a soft glow to this decoration.Japan, 50s
A distinctive feature of Judy Lee's jewelry is the use of rhinestones of interesting colors and textures. This set, consisting of a brooch and clip, is no exception. The bottom of the light beige diamond-shaped glass inserts is decorated with intricate delicate filigree, which you want to look at infinity.Judy Lee, 1960s
These lovely sparkling stars from Weiss are not clip-on earrings as you probably thought. These are brooches to be worn together. Indeed, this is how the shining of one star enhances the brilliance of another.Weiss, 50s
Stylized daisies can always be recognized by the graceful thin petals surrounding the convex center. The silvery monochrome surface leaves us room for the imagination to come up with the color of the flower ourselves.Trifari, 60s