Vintage War Era Sterling Silver Mother Jewelry Son in Service Christian Pin - This is a vintage War Era enameled sterling silver pin, My Boy in Service, God Bless Him. It is from an estate of an old, old vintage jewelry distributor/manufacturer, was never used and is still on its original card. There are a total of 8 in the photo and are being sold individually. Three are one star; three are 2 star; two are 3 star. They have a Miraculous Mary figure medal within a cross. The cross is enameled blue and the stars are in white enamel. All are marked sterling. Guaranteed solid sterling silver.....Not plated. From the age of the estate and its items these are most likely between World War 2 and mid century. All are in perfect, unused on the original card condition. Lovely item for anyone who collects vintage patriotic and military service jewelry items! Size of each pin is 3/4" tall north to south by 7/16" wide east to west.
This is a very large 1970s mid century modernist sterling silver ring with a very long amorphic blue translucent acrylic center and a wide cigar band. Hand made and marked 925. Ring size is 9 1/2 and is adjustable for larger sizes. The top measures 1 1/4" long North to South. Condition is excellent having minor wear the sterling. The acrylic center has a slight wobble but seems to be securely set. For men or women this is a showy modernist ring for your vintage plastics and sterling mid century jewelry collection.
Vintage 1958 Football Champions gold plated/filled watch fob or charm. The back is engraved RP. Size is 3/4" tall with the bale by 1 1/16" long. Other than some average age wear it is in excellent condition. All gold intact. No repair. Originally had a clear protective finish that was cleaned off. From an estate this is a lovely vintage football fob for your pocketwatch chain or fob collection. OR use as a pendant or charm. This is probably somewhat difficult to find today.
This is a rare estate find for your Art Deco sterling silver collection featuring the Art Deco Metrolopolitan Life Building in NYC. It is a 1935 sterling silver commemorative award coin which was presented to one Irving Bongar in 1935 for the 25th anniversary of the $100,000 club. Size is 1 3/4″ across. Weight is 30.4 grams. Condition is excellent. All still nicely raised, deeply recessed, crisp, and clear (better than photos show). It is also beautifully made with very fine detail. This is a lovely, hard to find estate item for any Art Deco or architectural enthusiast OR just add a bezel for a fob or Art Deco pendant necklace. It is an excellent depiction of the large Art Deco Met Life Building in NYC.