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    Posted 11 months ago

    iamhappe2
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    Arts and Crafts silver Necklace and broach was given to me by my mother along with several other items . They belonged to a woman my father cared for until she passed at age 100 in 1986 . Unfortunately the clasp that is missing and it was marked Germany . With minimal knowledge of antique jewelry I do not know the artist however I did find some similar pieces. Could this be a Sibyl Dunlop piece ?I found a pair of earrings that suited it perfectly. I absolutely adore this piece and want to learn more

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    1. raven3766 raven3766, 11 months ago
      This is beautiful!
    2. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 11 months ago
      Lovely! Did you put this under “fine jewelry”? There are collectors there with the knowledge you’re seeking.
      Good Luck & welcome to CW!
    3. Elisabethan Elisabethan, 11 months ago
      I just love this geometric pieces of jewelry. What a treasure to have! I have looked through my referens books but has not found the same kind yet. But to me it looks like around 1930's, art deco, even though I am not used to see this much glass and so little metall showing on the front. But the geometric style tells me this is the period and style. What a gem! Hold on to it tight!
    4. iamhappe2 iamhappe2, 11 months ago
      Thank you ladies for your feedback!!
    5. Elisabethan Elisabethan, 11 months ago
      https://pin.it/lpzqe7doxgdigh
    6. iamhappe2 iamhappe2, 11 months ago
      https://pin.it/bnhq2mut5o6mog
    7. Elisabethan Elisabethan, 11 months ago
      Search online and it led me back to CW and our CW friend Peasejean :). I don't know the maker she is talking about so I can't have anything to add to that. Lets see if she has any more information on the subject now.

      https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/189592-german-or-french-art-deco-geometric-agat.
    8. Elisabethan Elisabethan, 11 months ago
      Iamhappe2 I see the earrings you posted a link to but I can't visit the website it sais error. Was there any information about them?
    9. Elisabethan Elisabethan, 11 months ago
      When I Google Sybil Dunlop I don't see anything as geometric as your necklace and brooch, to me that maker has another style. But maybe someone has some information in their referens books. We will see.
    10. iamhappe2 iamhappe2, 11 months ago
      Saved from tademagallery.com
      Sibyl Dunlop (attrib.). Earrings. Silver, cornelian and chalcedony.
    11. iamhappe2 iamhappe2, 11 months ago
      That is all it said
    12. iamhappe2 iamhappe2, 11 months ago
      It takes me to the sight but no image of my pieces I imagine because they have sold
    13. Elisabethan Elisabethan, 11 months ago
      I see. The "attrib" always makes me hesitant to trust the conection. Arts and craft as well as Dunlop leads to Great brittain. The style doesn't say arts and craft to me. It looks very much art deco and you said it was marked Germany, so I feel more confident about that being closer to the answer of its origin. Lets see what the others say. Both pieces are very nice but I find the necklace even more special and geometric. If you think these two pieces were made by the same person then I would concentrate more on the design of the necklace as I find that to "give away" more information about the makers style.
    14. Peasejean55 Peasejean55, 11 months ago
      German or French Art Deco Geometric Agate Pendant
    15. Peasejean55 Peasejean55, 11 months ago
      Hi iamhappe, I’ve been trying to down load a pendant I have which is very much like your necklace and brooch. It will give you some information.
    16. Peasejean55 Peasejean55, 11 months ago
      Ohhh I see Elisabethan has put my pendant up.
    17. Elisabethan Elisabethan, 11 months ago
      Yes Peasejean I did. Hope it was ok. If marked Germany then I think we have the answer :)
    18. Elisabethan Elisabethan, 11 months ago
      Peasejean do you think the brooch is french?
    19. Peasejean55 Peasejean55, 11 months ago
      Hi Elisabethan, off course you can use my post, it’s how we learn. If you have seen the message from Jewels1900 she Says this type of stone ( Ider-Oberstein) was cut in Germany and exported. So I’ve no real idea whether my pendant is French, but my gut feeling says it’s German.
    20. Elisabethan Elisabethan, 11 months ago
      Hi Peasejean :) no I have missed Jewels1900. But the link I posted here with the a german necklace also said cut agate but prom Pforzheim.
    21. Elisabethan Elisabethan, 11 months ago
      ... And the link I posted above also said german geometric necklace from Pforzheim with pre cut agates from Idar-Oberstein :) :) I think we need to get better at reading each others posts and inkluding information LOL :)
    22. Peasejean55 Peasejean55, 11 months ago
      I blame my hazard brain on the festive period:-)))))))
    23. Elisabethan Elisabethan, 11 months ago
      Peasejean, me too, my brain that it :) :) :)
      IAMHAPPE2, thanks for an interesting post. You see how engaged we are in solving this. Great post!

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