Marquise Stone Jewelry
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    1960s D&E Juliana Lilac Crystal Bracelet - Neil Zevnik - gold/lilac/pink

    More Details DeLizza and Elster Juliana gold-plated link bracelet from the 1960s. Underlying structure is rounded rectangular links joined by etched connectors, w/ stirrup links and a fold-over clasp at the ends. Atop the links are pastel specialty crystals in a delicate hue of amethyst-tinted lilac, surrounded by open-back marquise stones in a pale pink hue, clear AB stones, large round crystals in a deeper shade of AB pink, and smaller clear AB stones. Impeccable condition. A ...
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    1950s Trifari Contessa Crystal Necklace - Neil Zevnik - silver/clear

    More Details 1950s Trifari "Contessa" rhodium-plated necklace by Alfred Philippe. This iconic necklace by the famed designer is done in a floral motif w/ rosettes of round clear crystals atop a garland of round and marquise stones w/ a large dangling centerpiece, finished on either side w/ a string of small crystals. This is a dazzling confection, one of Philippe's most elegant offerings; all stones brilliant and shimmering, rhodium impeccable. Signed "Trifari". Center drop 3"; length adjustable ...
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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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    Kiki Earrings - Gold - DEEPA GURNANI

    More Details With hand-embroidered seed beads and marquise-cut glass stones, these beautifully crafted earrings are sure to make a show-stopping statement. Post backs.
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    1960s Lewis Segal Pink Crystal Earrings - Neil Zevnik - silver/pink

    More Details 1960s Lewis Segal silver-plated pink crystal clip-back earrings. On the ear is a prong-set marquise-cut Aurora Borealis hot-pink crystal stone; beneath is a dangle of round faceted pink crystals and pale pink glass pearls clustered on a center chain. The pinks are playful and delightful, and the movement of the dangles creates a symphony of color and light. Impeccable condition. Signed "Lewis Segal California".
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    1950s Weiss Amethyst Crystal Earrings - Neil Zevnik - gold/purple/rainbow-clear

    More Details 1950s Weiss gold-plated clip-back earrings presenting deep amethyst marquise-cut crystals fanned around a large aurora borealis clear stone accented with smaller aurora borealis stones.
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    Edwardian Vauxhall Glass Bracelet Set - Neil Zevnik - silver/blue

    More Details Circa 1910 Edwardian sterling silver bracelet and matching clip-back earrings. This brilliantly designed and executed set offers linked panels of intricate cannetille filigree work in floral and fleur-de-lis patterns, presenting faceted marquise-cut stones of blue mirrored Vauxhall glass. Bracelet, 6.75"L x 1.25"W; earrings, 1.25"L x 0.65"W.
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    1940s Massive Citrine Crystal Brooch - Neil Zevnik - silver/amber

    More Details 1940s massive silver-plated brooch in a hand-soldered open-work slightly bowed design presenting prong-set large marquise-cut crystals in a deep amber citrine hue. Stones are vivid and intense, plating is impeccable. This is a major statement piece, glowing with the warmth of the citrine stones and impressing with its careful workmanship and significant presence.
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    1950s Weiss Crystal Cocktail Bracelet - Neil Zevnik - silver/clear

    More Details 1950s Weiss rhodium-plated bracelet in a linked-box and soldered design presenting Swarovski crystals in narrow panels of clustered small clear rounds flanked by marquise-cut clears, with a row of small clears embellishing the vertical tongue clasp. Rhodium finish impeccable, all stones blindingly ice-white brilliant. This is high-end '50s cocktail jewelry at its very finest; it glitters and shines and sparkles.
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    1960s Juliana Green Crystal Brooch Set - Neil Zevnik

    More Details 1960s DeLizza and Elster Juliana japanned brooch and matching clip-back earrings. The slightly domed black-enameled setting presents multiple cuts of crystals in several hues of green ranging from peridot to emerald, featuring asymmetrical reverse-cut elongated marquise stones, with the larger stones open-backed. Brilliant saturated colors and dazzling stones from an iconic design house. Brooch, 1.75"L x 2.25"W; earrings, 1"L x 0.75"W.
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    1960s Weiss Crystal Squiggle Brooch - Neil Zevnik - gold/green/blue/clear

    More Details 1960s Weiss gold-plated hand-soldered crystal brooch. The slightly domed free-form design is set with a multitude of different crystals: emerald and peridot rounds, pale blue marquise stones, and Aurora Borealis rounds. Winding in and around the stones are gilded s-shaped squiggles that are pave-set w/ small clears. The colors are intense, the condition is impeccable, and this jewel shines and shimmers and seduces.
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    1960s Lavender & Pink Crystal Brooch Set - Neil Zevnik - gold/pink/lavender

    More Details 1960s gold-plated brooch and matching clip-back earrings in a stylized floral spray design presenting large marquise-cut crystals in pastel shades of pink and lavender, anchored by aurora borealis pink chaton-cut crystals. Stones are delicately tinted and intensely reflective, plating is flawless. Brooch, 1.75"L x 2.75"W; earrings, 0.85"Dia.
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    1950s Austria Art Glass & Crystal Brooch - Neil Zevnik - gold/green/opal

    More Details 1950s Austrian gold-plated art glass and crystal brooch. The wildly three-dimensional arching design was created entirely by hand, with a hand-soldered framework presenting a sumptuous symphony of prong-set specialty art glass stones and crystals: enormous carved satin glass teardrops in an opalescent hue; emerald and peridot marquise crystals; jade satin glass cabochon navettes; and pale green aurora borealis pear-cut crystals. Impeccable condition throughout.
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    1950s Kramer Sapphire Emerald Brooch - Neil Zevnik - gray/blue/green

    More Details 1950s Kramer gunmetal-plated brooch in a highly domed circular design presenting open-back oval faceted bi-color blue-green crystals, sapphire and emerald rounds, and sapphire marquise stones, accented with small aurora borealis rounds. Intense saturated colors, impeccable condition; this is a vivid and scintillating expression of Mid-Century flamboyance by a respected design house. Signed "Kramer."