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Silver Bar Brooch - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
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  1. I instantly thought Lady and the Tramp! So cute!
  2. Beautiful!
  3. @ valentino97, google made it easy for me. Thank you! Thank you @ Newfld, @nutsabotas6 for love and comments! Thank you @freiheit, aura for the love!
  4. :) That article in NYT got the best of me, I wish I could find the archives of this company!
  5. It is very beautiful!
  6. Thanks!
  7. They look a bit like Stuart Nye! Very pretty!
  8. The enamel is so pretty!
  9. Beautiful!
  10. Very pretty! Sword brooch, but also in the third picture the brooch with red/coral stones, it's a very beautiful color! I also think in the first thing the abalone would make a good hair pin, but then...
  11. Pretty!
  12. Beautiful!
  13. Very pretty!
  14. Travel guides are awesome, especially Baedecker. I so want one!
  15. So cute!
  16. Green, so beautiful!
  17. Thank you!
  18. I would wear it. I don't necessarily see it only as negative/offensive cultural appropriation, I think some of the jewelry created, despite the set of mind they came from, are just too esquisite to sh...
  19. I would wear it. I don't necessarily see it only as negative/offensive cultural appropriation, I think some of the jewelry created, despite the set of mind they came from, are just too esquisite to sh...
  20. https://www.1stdibs.com/jewelry/earrings/more-earrings/ilias-lalaounis-geometric-gold-earrings/id-j_2881363/
  21. It's pretty. I have a ring with a 10.54 on it and it's Greek, maybe this might be as well.
  22. Thank you!
  23. Gorgeous!
  24. @kyratango Thank you for the love. I think it could benefit of your skills!
  25. Thank you for your kind comment!
  26. That is a very kind compliment! Thank you!
  27. Thank you for the love and great info!
  28. So pretty!
  29. Lovely!
  30. Thank you! It doesn't look bad at all when wearing it!
  31. It's so pretty. I wanted to put a link to a MA Thesis, it is a good read. K.N. Erdington, Orchids: The Elite Flower. It is available from Smithsonian with a simple search in Google.
  32. Thank you for the information. I think is a sort of plastic, doesn't seem to have any lines, shinny. Can't wait to see yours, that way I can also see better the differences. The green one, it is cold ...
  33. Thank you for love and comment! And thank you very much for the kind words! Sending good vibes your way in your jewelry searches!
  34. Thank you! :)
  35. Thank you for the comment/love and info!
  36. Thank you! I was very surprised and happy! :)
  37. Thank you! It's really more eBay and other people than I, but this time was not too bad of a price. On the first one, I liked it so much that I had no control over myself! :)
  38. So pretty, I used to have a mother bear and its babies made of ceramic as a toy when little. :)
  39. @kyratango...I got around to borrow from the library the catalogs published by Newark, the recent one from 2017 didn't have much in it regarding Newark jewelry, but the old one All That Glitters...has...
  40. It reminds me of necklace with lapis lazuli and gold by Frank Gardner Hale.
  41. Thank you!
  42. Or because it is a button, could it be from the British clothing brand Kilgour founded as T&F French in 1880s...or is that too far stretched?
  43. Could it be the same T&F? https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/489285583/victorian-art-nouveau-brass-drawer-pulls?show_sold_out_detail=1
  44. So pretty!
  45. @kyratango ..more here The Industrial Directory of New Jersey, couple years available, starting 1901; jewelers are listed by metal, pearl, etc categories. No hallmarks :(, but still pretty good inform...
  46. Thank you for the comment and advice, I need as much suggestions as possible. I didn't touch them, past what I posted, I wanted to clean the back a bit more, but it's fine like that. I usually do not ...
  47. Did you try Newark Museum, they have a new book out about their collection Jewelry from pearls to platinum to plastic? I am sorry if I keep suggesting things you already have or know!
  48. https://libguides.rutgers.edu/c.php?g=336802&p=2267313
  49. I don't know if you already know this one, but just in case - Nichols, Alisson on Antique Enameled Jewelry and they have one on Egyptian Revival, but this might be later than what interests you!
  50. Thank you!
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