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Fabulous Florenza! This is one of their typical baroque designs in today's popular turquoise! Measuring 1 1/8" across, these are clips. The center glass cabochon has the look of matrixed turquoise and is surrounded by a row of alternating white faux pearls, faux turquoise balls and AB deep blue rhinestone rounds. The goldtone is the russian gold that Florenza so often uses. Signed on the back FLORENZA and the copyright symbol. In Excellent Condition. Back(click here)
This designer is not often seen and many of her pieces were used on the Fashion runways. These PERFECT summer figurals measure 1 1/2" by 1" and are clips. The bottom 3 shell motif dangles freely from the top scallop shell. In bright goldtone- with great texture detail on the shells. Signed Mimi di N and a copyright symbol inside an oval plaque on the back. In Excellent Condition. Back(click here)
This pair of clip earrings measure 1 5/16" by 1" and have unfoiled openbacked 3/4" glass faux topaz. (the design you see in the pic of the stone is the earclip showing through!) The goldtone is very rich with a combination of textured and smooth. On original card and signed WHITING & DAVIS CO. on the earclips. In excellent condition. NOS
Measuring 1 1/8" by 7/8", these are made to look like the best pierced jade! The oval pieces are glass, molded in variegated greens set in goldtone. On original card and signed WHITING & DAVIS CO. on the earclips. In excellent condition. NOS
Measuring 7/8" by 5/8", the glass center is unevenly formed and has a swirls of white inside the amber tinged "rock". The stones are multipronged for security and the setting is rhodium. The clipbacks have applied ovals with ALICE CAVINESS inside. In Excellent Condition!
These Lovely clips measure 1 1/8" by 3/4" and SPARKLE!!! There are two 5/8" navettes, 3/8" and 1/4" rounds that are an icy blue-all handset.. A ribbon of clear pasteset rhinestones accents the center. Signed EISENBERG ICE in block letters and a copyright symbol. In excellent condition.
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