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Another amazing piece of jewelry from Hobe. The original Hobe’ Cie was founded in Paris in 1887. This family tradition of making jewelry was brought to the States in the 1920’s. They were a major supplier of pieces for the theater and film during the 1940’s and 1950’s.
This necklace and earring set is in great condition with no damage or “dead” stones. The necklace and earrings are all marked: “Hobe”. 
The necklace is four strands with cream colored beads that have gold flecks in them. They are spaced apart by an aura borealis crystal. Each strand is on a chain, not wire or string. This is a great indication of the craftsmanship. There are also cream colored pearls or beads. The “pendant” part of this necklace has prong set beige navette rhinestones with square aura borealis ones in-between. Quite stunning! This does sit on the side and not dead center, very avant guard! The necklace measures 17″ and is on an adjustable type clasp.
The earrings are clip and a “button” style measuring 1 1/4″. The center of the earring is the cream colored bead with the gold flecks. Surrounding that are pearls with aura borealis rhinestones sticking out of the center. The outside of the earring has a scalloped edge of prong set aura borealis stones.

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Vintage Amourelle Necklace and Earring Set. Amourelle was a division of Kramer Jewelry Creations New York. Frank Hess of Miriam Haskell fame formed this collaboration with Kramer in 1963. Very few pieces are around as the partnership only lasted a few years.
The necklace has a large pendant that measures 1 3/4″ in diameter. The chain is 17″ long. The detail to this is outstanding! The gold tone metal has a blue and white enamel flower in-between each link. This blue and white enameling carries on with the pendant, along with green, red, purple, and one larger amber rhinestone. The amber colored rhinestone is raised in the center and white seed pearls surround it. 
The earrings are very similar to the pendant. There is the one larger amber rhinestone in center surrounded by the pearls. The rhinestone above are purple and green. These are clip style earrings.
The earrings are marked: “Made in Western Germany” on the clip. The pendant has the heart shaped plaque that reads: “Amourelle”.

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Eisenberg got his start out making clothing. He would embellish his blouses with brooches, but the ladies were stealing them! So he stopped making clothes and started making jewelry. The company is still in business today. You can date their items, but the mark.

This bracelet has a mark from the 1930’s.
The bracelet is just amazing and has the shiniest rhinestones. The many facets capture the light and are brilliant. The measures 8″ long, quite large for a piece this old. All prong set and safety clasp. Well made piece of jewelry



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This item soldWhat a stunning piece. This vintage necklace is sterling silver and embellished with red glass stones and clear prong set rhinestones all among some fabulous filigree work. There is so much detail to this, even the chain is individually linked.
This necklace measures 19″ in length. The pendent measures about 2″ wide and a drop of 1 3/4″. The center has s silver filigree flower that has prong set rhinestones scattered about. The bottom of that has three red glass molded fruit. I am not sure if they are apples or some kind of berry. The light shines through them and they are a soft red, very pretty.
The back of the “pendant ” is marked: ‘STERLING” and so is the chain.



Sold ItemsBeautiful Baby Blue Eisenberg Bracelet and Earrings!
The bracelet measures 7″ long. The rhinestones are prong set and graduate to larger stones in the center of the piece. There is four raised silver “bands” that have a row of rhinestone on them. 
The earrings are a clip style and have 3 large faceted stones, 2 blue and one clear. Then there is a “band” around one blue stones with pave set style rhinestones. 
The bracelet and earrings are both marked: “Eisenberg”.  All pieces have a rhodium back and are very clean.
Simply stunning set. Dress up a pair of jeans and a great blouse with this set!




Henry Schreiner designed this Daisy Brooch and it is marked on the back: “Schreiner New York”. The rhinestones are all prong set and in great condition. The flower petals are white glass navettes and are set at an angle that really brings this piece to life. In the center is a large amber colored cabochon stone. This pin measures a little over 3″ long. 
Schreiner started designing pieces for Christian Dior before opening his own business in the 1950’s.

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Gorgeous green butterfly brooch made by Regency c1960. All the stones are prong set and have many facets. About half of them have an aura borealis finish that really pops the colors! Marked on the back: “Regency Jewels”.
This pin measures approx. 1 3/4″ in diameter.

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Vintage Brooch and Matching Earrings with the most amazing and brilliant colors. These pieces are all set in rhodium and are prong set, the larger stones have multi prong. The round stones are all faceted and have lots of sparkle. 
The brooch is in the shape of a flower and measures a little over 2″ in diameter. The earrings are clips and are almost 1 1/2″.
Olive green, Orange, Pink, Amber, and kelly green are the colors. With this combination of colors it reminds me of c1960’s.

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Fabulous Fur Clip with red and clear stones set in a high polish gold tone metal. There are three red faceted stones that are surrounded by clear pave set rhinestones. This pin or brooch is a “shield” shape and measures 2 1/2″ long and and just under 2″ wide (at the farthest points). Back has heavy duty two prong fur clip.
McClelland Barclay was best known for his artwork in Hollywood and for General Motors. He came up with the “Fisher Body Girl” and several posters for the government for the war. His jewelry company was a short lived business from 1930-42. He was called to action during WWII and his ship was torpedoed and his untimely death imminent.

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Beautiful Bracelet with green and clear rhinestones set in a high polished gold tone metal. The bracelet measures 7″ long x 3/4″. The clear rhinestones are set pave style, while the three emerald green stones are prong set and are faceted stones.

McClelland Barclay was best known for his artwork in Hollywood and for General Motors. He came up with the “Fisher Body Girl” and several posters for the government for the war. His jewelry company was a short lived business from 1930-42. He was called to action during WWII and his ship was torpedoed and his untimely death imminent.

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