I need help identifying the maker of this copper and enamel pendant and matching earrings. The set has a bright orange background with raised flowers on the front. The backside of the set is also enameled. The pieces are of obvious high quality but I have not been able to identify the maker’s mark on the attached sticker. I’ve asked everyone I know in the vintage jewelry trade and still don’t know. If someone out there knows who this maker is, please email me! Thanks!
The enamel Flag necklace can be found at eBay store “Orphaned Items”. Check out the owner’s video on the home page. stores.shop.ebay.com/Orphaned-Items__W0QQ_armrsZ1.com
The 1970s Arizona State map copper & gemstone lariat is available at midcenturyjewelry.com.
I can’t decide if this vintage copper arm cuff is really cool or really hideous! I got it from an estate with lots of vintage Mexican jewelry and have never really seen much like it.
This funky cuff is over 3 inches long and shows an Aztec warrior in a death-match with an angry fat serpent. Probably not something I can fit into my everyday wardrobe. But I still like it…..
You can see more photos in my eBay posting for the cuff in my eBay store: www.stores.ebay.com/MidCentury-Jewelry_W0QQsspagenameZMEQ3aFQ3aSTQQtZkm.com