Below we feature some of our select favorite pieces - check back often as these are one of a kind and once they are sold they will be replaced with something new. If you have any questions regarding a specific item, please feel free to call us! These items will ONLY be sold online. Click on photos to enlarge.

Julianna Earring and Necklace Set
Fish Necklace

Copper Egyptian Earrings
Owl Brooch
This stunning 1940's Julianna style necklace is extra long, measuring 26: plus the 2 3/4" legnth of the pendant. The sparkling clarity of the clear and black rhinestones is exceptional. Matching earrings are 1 1/2" long and 1" wide. Set on silver-tone metal.

So popular in the late '60's, this flexible fish pendant is hand-made & hand-enameled on gold-tone metal. Predominately black with touches of silvery-white, blue and green this 3 inch long fish gracefully hangs from a 29" gold-tone chain.

These mid-century copper screw-back earrings have a bold tribal relief design. The screw-back allows one to set the tension for the ultimate in comfort and security. 1 1/2" long, 3/4" wide.

You've seen other owl jewelry, but nothing like this! This dramatic horned-owl brooch is gold-tone metal with riveting clear red eyes set in silver-tone metal. Red and green rhinestones embellish the owl's feathers. (one small red rhinestone missing) 2 1/4" tall, 1 3/4" wide.


Copper Ballerina
Silver Florenza Pendant
This intriguing copper dimensional pendant is 2 1/2 " tall and 1 3/4" wide. The well-sculpted ballerina dances above the oxidized surface of the pendant and is framed in shiny copper, hanging from a 30" chain.
This mint-condition necklace is signed by FLORENZA (designer from the 1940's - 1981) and evokes the Renaissance style for which Florenza is famous. This costume piece is crafted on antiqued silver-tone metal and set with small pearls and aurora borealis crystals accenting the larger glass turquoise pieces. The heavy chain is 24" long, the pendant is 3" long and 1 3/4" wide.


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