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11 years ago
Beautiful color! I love Czech jewelry. Probably 1920s or 1930s. Czechoslovakia become a country in 1918 after WWI.
How interesting! You've got an Edwardian "giardenetto" (little garden) brooch...probably silver circa 1910, a Victorian bar pin with taille d'epargne enamel (black)...probably gold filled circa 1880-9...
Your brooch is just stunning! I see the eagle's head (facing right with a crook beak) on the c-clasp, which is the 18K assay mark for Paris. Sometimes we see a horse head which also indicates 18K gol...
So beautiful...really one of the prettiest Haskells I've ever seen! Thanks for posting these pics.
Late 1800s Victorian...probably gold filled with paste stones. Manufactured by Bates and Bacon, an Attleboro, Mass. company founded in 1856.
Check out Cathy Gordon's site. It's loaded with Haskell information. http://imageevent.com/bluboi I want to see the front too!
Your earrings do look to be from the turn of the 20th century....although they could very well be newer. As I understand it, these back entry wires are called dormeuse...the French word for sleeper. M...
Your stool is called a Thebes stool, circa late 1800s/early 1900s. It is considered Arts & Crafts and many were made by Liberty of London. The style was inspired by pieces found in the archaeological ...