These jade and diamond art deco hair clips were produced in the 1920s. They are a fabulous example of the craftsmanship and detail that is difficult to replicate today. Unfortunately, one of the clips was cracked and jade is not repairable.
This Victorian style brooch is a great example of popular turn of the century flower brooches. This piece is made in gold with cushion cut diamonds, with a focus on the larger cushion cut center stone. The metal has been repaired quite a few times, reducing its value. Although having many repairs, this brooch is still a beautiful, wearable piece of Victorian Jewelry.
Originally the center piece of a choker, this brooch is from the turn of the century and provides a great example of the workmanship and style of its era. Chokers were often worn on a silk or velvet band around the neck. The design features leaves and fruit which were considered high fashion at the time.