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03/25/2019 09:43 AM
RHINESTONE POCKETBOOK PLUS (6) PIECES COSTUME JEWELRY
Age: Mostly vintage
Size: Purse is 7 1/4” wide, 6” tall
Comments: An unusual lavender colored wool handbag with sequins and crystals sewn on both sides. It also has a magenta velvet flower which has some wear but the bag and silk lining inside are in good condition. Also included are (6) quality costume pieces including a crystal necklace with silver lobster clasp in pinks, greens and mystic topaz like crystals. Adjustable size 18” to 22”. Also, a gold bib necklace with three openwork pendants with white topaz or rhinestones. It has a snake like chain in back with a lobster clasp and is adjustable from 16” to 21”. Lever back bronze/copper chandelier earrings with pink and amber crystals, total length is 4 1/4”. Also, an oval openwork napkin ring or scarf ring with the initial “N”. It is marked Gero 90. A man's unmarked silver ring size 11 ½ with a triangular turquoise stone in matrix. Some shank distortion and wear. Lastly, screw back brass earrings with green/turquoise glass beads with filigree caps with rhinestones. All in good condition except as noted. No missing stones.
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