Cabochons Stone Jewelry
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    1950s Weiss Amethyst Crystal Necklace - Neil Zevnik - silver/amethyst

    More Details 1950s Weiss gun-metal silver-plated necklace. The linked-box design offers amethyst and lilac round faceted crystals in scalloped-prong box settings alternating w/ prong-set marquise amethyst cabochons, finished on either side w/ a series of small amethyst crystals. The matte gray-silver finish beautifully sets off the deep jewel-tones of the stones, and the colors are intense and rich; an elegant and arresting statement piece. Signed "Weiss". Length adjustable up to 16".
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    Arts & Crafts Carnelian Chrysoprase Ring - Neil Zevnik - silver/orange/green

    More Details Circa 1900 Arts and Crafts 830 silver ring. This hand-wrought ring presents a row of prong-set round cabochons of carnelian and chrysoprase surrounded by a three-dimensional design of leaves. The gleaming open-back stones allow light to pass through and over them, creating a radiant effect, and the carving of the leaves is delicate and precise. This is a lovely and evocative expression of the Arts and Crafts period. Marked "830". Face of ring, 1"L; size ...
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    '50s Blue & Green Art Glass Bracelet Set - Neil Zevnik

    More Details 1950s gold-plated bracelet and matching clip-back earrings in a three-dimensional rolling-link design presenting teardrop cabochon art glass stones in a bi-color blue-green hue, oval emerald cabochons, peridot rectangular stones, and small emerald rounds. Intense colors, rare stones, and significant weight -- this makes a gorgeous statement, perfect for the holidays. Bracelet, 7"L x 0.75"W x 0.4"H; earrings, 1"L x 0.8"W.
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    1940s Lavender Cat's Eye Glass Bracelet - Neil Zevnik - silver/lavender

    More Details 1940s silver-plated link bracelet of radiating spoke frames presenting crown-prong-set open-back round cabochons of lavender cat's-eye moonstone glass, secured with a tongue-insert clasp. The stones are vibrant and alive, as the light flowing over and through them creates a mobile cat's-eye effect that travels across the entire surface of the stone. Singular and stunning.
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    1920s Czech Amethyst Star Bracelet - Neil Zevnik - gold/purple/fuchsia

    More Details 1920s Czech gold-washed bracelet of linked curved rectangular open-work platforms presenting bezel-set cabochons of amethyst star sapphire glass, alternating with cloisonné leaves of fuchsia enamel, finished with a spring-ring clasp. The star sapphire stones are translucent and expressive; condition is startlingly excellent -- gold wash is impeccable, enamel is richly colored and flawless, and the amethyst glass is smooth and unblemished. A singularly fine example of Art Deco Czech artistry.
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    1940s Tigers Eye Link Bracelet - Neil Zevnik - gold/brown-amber

    More Details 1940s gold-filled bracelet in a linked platform design presenting open-back narrow oval cabochons of expressive tigers eye stones surrounded by stacked double-twist motifs. Impeccable condition throughout.