The Lush Life Antiques, vintage costume jewelry, Mexican Silver


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All Items : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Unsigned : Pre 1980 item #1059706 (stock #252)
The Lush Life Antiques
$65.00
These vintage costume earrings have an unusual scroll design. They are 3 1/4" long x 1 1/2" wide and are made from antiques silver tone metal. They are well made weighing 13 grams each, and are very comfortable to wear. They are not signed, and they are in excellent condition
All Items : New Century : Jewelry : Earrings : Pre 1990 item #1057496 (stock #172)
The Lush Life Antiques
$125.00
These chic earrings were made by the Alicia silver company of Taxco, Mexico. Each hand wrought disk is 2" in diameter and each has a 6MM cubic zirconia stone. They are in excellent condition and each is hallmarked "Alicia Mexico TC-6092".
All Items : New Century : Jewelry : Bracelets : Contemporary item #1054789 (stock #108)
The Lush Life Antiques
$395.00
This amazing cuff bracelet has a so un unusual organic and modernist look. It is 2" wide with an interior 6 1/2" end to end measurement and an additional 1" gap opening. It is hand wrought from heavyweight sterling silver (104 grams) and has pave crystal accents. It is designed for the larger wrist or it can be worn over a garment. It has no marks but it has been tested and is guaranteed sterling. It is in excellent condition.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Modernism : Pre 1970 item #1054787 (stock #106)
The Lush Life Antiques
$350.00
This unusual vintage pin was made by modernist silversmith, Henry Steig. It measures 2 1/2" x 1 1/2" and is hand wrought from sterling silver. It is in excellent condition and is signed "Steig sterling" on the reverse.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1980 item #1001354 (stock #50339)
The Lush Life Antiques
$95.00
This great modernist pin was made by the Canadian duo of Micheline de Passille and Yves Sylvestre. It is made from chrome plated metal with a black, white, and burgundy enamel front. It does have some surface wear on the left figure, but it does not detract from the piece. Overall, it is in good condition and the reverse is signed "de Passille-Sylvestri".
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1960 item #1001253 (stock #50331)
The Lush Life Antiques
$395.00
This unusual modernist bird set was designed by Jorge Castillo, better known as Chato of the renowned Los Castillo taller. The pin measures 2 3/4" long x 2" wide and the matching earrings are 1 1/2" long x 1" wide. The set handwrought from sterling silver and has pearl, coral, and green stone accents. Each piece is hallmarked "Chato Castillo 925", and the pin bears his logo as well as model #4. The earrings have non silver pivot backs but I can not detect if these are original or later replac...
All Items : New Century : Jewelry : Earrings : Pre 1990 item #1000400 (stock #as38)
The Lush Life Antiques
$195.00
The artist and designer jeweler, Andrew Spingarn, has been in the jewelry industry for over 25 years. His company is based in Providence, RI, the center of jewelry manufacturing in the US. What sets Andrew apart from his contemporaries is his attention to detail and old world techniques. Many of his pieces incorporate lamp work art glass pieces which are made in the traditional method used by French costume jewelers, Maison Gripoix. In fact, his lampwork technique was so precise that Gripoix fam...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Modernism : Pre 1970 item #751576 (stock #44120)
The Lush Life Antiques
$300.00
This wonderful vintage bracelet is a great example of the matte enamel pieces made by Perli of Germany. It is 1/2" wide and has a wearable length of 7 3/4". It is made from silver and has 5 panels with modernist designs in matte enamel. It is in excellent condition and is signed "Perli" on the box closure.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Designer Signed : Pre 1950 item #630296 (stock #41530)
The Lush Life Antiques
$9000.00
This rare bracelet (circa 1950) was designed by renowned French artist, Line Vautrin. She introduced her first collection at the age of 21 and gained public acceptance after showing her designs at the Paris International Exposition of 1937. At that time, she was primarily known as a button maker, but she constantly experimented in new media. It wasn't long before she developed her trademark technique involving mirrors set on a resin background, which she termed "Talosel". This bracelet is an...