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All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Rhinestone : Pre 1980 item #269106 (stock #objKH2)
Gun metal in color with gold accents and chain. Add to that the dazzling rhinestone front panel and you have the perfect party purse! Large enough to hold necessaries ( like reading glasses for the menu???), yet small enough to carry for evening use. 6 1/2" wide, 4 1/4" high and 2 1/4" deep.
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1980 item #803344 (stock #deL37GX)
These deLillo clip earrings are chunky yet elegant. Gold plated metal and luscious red and clear rhinestones. As with all our deLillo jewelry, these earrings are from deLillo's personal archives and date from the early 1970's. 3" top to bottom, teardrop circumference is 2 1/2". Both earrings are signed deLillo New York.
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1980 item #680284 (stock #deLil12S)
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The color combination in this DeLillo set is stunning! The faceted black glass beads are laced with turquoise roundels. The faceted red crystals are open back and the red is firey and gleaming. The red stones are surrounded by turquoise and black stones, all prong set by hand. This set was designed and executed by Robert Clark, chief designer for DeLillo, and former chief designer for Miriam Haskell. This particular set was the proto-type for the limited edition of it that followed...
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1980 item #589238 (stock #hask210L79)
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Colorful! A fun set by Miriam Haskell. Designed in the 1970's to celebrate the Egyptian show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Gilt metal and glass beads. The necklace is signed on the scarab pendant, the clasp and on a metal tag. The clasp also has the patent number. The screwback/clip earrings have two Haskell signatures and the patent number. The necklace is 20" end to end. The scarab pendant is 2 1/2" long and 2" wide. The pharaoh earrings are 7/8" by 5/8".
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Pre 1980 item #316134 (stock #hask205L79)
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Glamorous Miriam Haskell. Pearlized beads with gold tone highlights. Miriam Haskell oval stamp on the back of the flower clasp. 14 1/2" end to end, center "pendant" 2 1/2" by 1 3/4".
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1980 item #462035 (stock #deLil5L82)
Very dramatic and very versitile, this William DeLillo necklace is is a choker, a pendant-necklace, and a brooch (this necessitates prying open the two rings that attach the pendant to the choker) If worn as a pendant-necklace, the pin fastener can be secured to fabric to hold the pendant in place. This ingeneous piece was designed by Robert Clark, former chief designer for Miriam Haskell. This piece was purchased from Mr. Clark and Mr...
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1980 item #88349 (stock #149L59)
Simple elegance by Miriam Haskell. These faux pearls look real and are very beautiful. The clasp has Miriam Haskell stamped on one side and #3,984,900, a patent number first used in 1976, on the other. 34" end to end.
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1980 item #195380 (stock #delilo1LE)
Beautiful deLillo design. The necklace and clip earrings are gold plated and the red glass crystals are all hand set. The choker is 16 3/4" long (note the seed pearl flower head clasp), the earrings are 1 1/4" by 1". Oval cartouche marked deLillo is on clasp and one earring.
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1980 item #416228 (stock #delil2L82Q)
This gorgeous DeLillo set was designed by DeLillo's partner, Robert Clark, head designer for Miriam Haskell until the late 1960's when he joined DeLillo in creating some of the most exclusive and elegant costume jewelry of that time. Many pieces were made to order and all contined only finest materials and were hand crafted. This necklace, bracelet and earrings are of glass and heavy gold plate. We purchased this set from Mr. DeLillo's and Mr. Clark's personal collection...
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1980 item #452192 (stock #deLil4L82)
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This magnificent necklace was created for the House of DeLillo by Robert Clark in the early 1970s. Clark, former chief designer for Miriam Haskell, left to form a partnership with DeLillo in the late 1960's. Fantasy Jewels purchased this most unusual necklace from DeLillo/Clark personal collection. The necklace is heavily gold plated and all the hundreds of tiny rhinestones are hand set. The detail work on this amazing piece makes it an artwork and truly a collectors dream...
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1980 item #458023 (stock #deLil7L82)
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Stunning and of superb quality and design, this amazing set was designed for the House of DeLillo in 1970 by Robert Clark former chief designer for Miriam Haskell. We purchased it directly from Mr. Clark and Mr. DeLillo. It was part of their personal collection. All hand done, the metal work is intricate and elaborate, and the glass stones are deep and rich in color. The gold plating is very heavy. The necklace and bracelet are signed deLillo and the earrings are signed wm deLillo...
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1980 item #461086 (stock #kLane28KE)
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Outrageous is truly the word for these Kenneth Lane dangle earrings. All stones are prong set. 4 5/8" long from the top of the clip to the bottom of the middle drop. The dangle itself is 2 1/4" by 2 1/4".
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1980 item #286348 (stock #ciner24K)
Beautiful quality and design, this is an elegant set by Ciner. Heavy gold plating and enamel with brilliant prong set rhinestones. Truly a set for the collector. Necklace measures 15" around the inside, links 3/4" wide, bracelet measures 7" around the inside with links 3/4" wide.
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1980 item #469229 (stock #deLil6L82)
Robert Clark designed this gorgeous set for the House of deLillo in the 1970's. Clark was, prior to his partnership with William deLillo, chief designer for Mariam Haskell. He brought with him to deLillo his superb design ability and craftsmanship. This set uses only the finest materials in both glass beads and heavy gold plate.We purchased this set directly from William deLillo and Robert Clark and was part of their personal collection...
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Unsigned : Pre 1980 item #96763 (stock #uns5269L76)
Outrageous!This chunky necklace is fun and also dramatic. Real sea shells,gold plated faux branch coral, large faceted crystals with small plastic "crystals" that form the choker to which the others are attached (plastic used there to keep the necklace light enough to be comfortable.) A show stopper on any festive occasion. 13" long with a 2" extension, 3 1/2" wide, approximately.
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1980 item #8305
Charming vermeil flower face with pave set clear rhinestones. Each petal is cupped which makes the rough-faced gold finish reflect and sparkle. 1 3/4" diameter.
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Rhinestone : Pre 1980 item #21788 (stock #5228jgx)
For those who enjoy the spotlight, this is the necklace! The prong set rhinestones shimmer like diamonds in every color of the rainbow. The choker part is 14 1/4" long with a 2 1/2" extension, and it is 1 3/4" wide. The fringe itself is 6 1/4" at its longest, and 1" at its shortest.
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Unsigned : Pre 1980 item #26317 (stock #obj422B)
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In the style of Paco Rabanne who introduced "metal clothing" in the late 1960's, this Italian halter is something you are not likely to see again. Light as a feather for ease of wearing, boldly chic, and great worn under, say, an open velvet jacket, or over a long halter-shaped dress. Purchased at Saks Fifth Avenue, New York City in 1967. Fits size eight, approximately.