Enamel and sterling silver charms in the shape of the Bluebird of Happiness were manufactured in the 1950s and 1960s by companies such as Wells Sterling and Beau Sterling. You may find variation in the designs but almost all depict a flying bluebird with red breast.
When speaking of jewelry, a “married set” is a group of jewelry of very similar style that have been put together to wear as a set. In my experience, married sets are put together by original owners who could not find exact matches but maybe found similar jewelry over the years and then chose to wear it together. The amber glass set above is a great example of a married set. For example, the large pearls on each piece are not the same shape and they should be, if the set were truly a real match.
This set is available in my eBay store “MidCentury Jewelry”.
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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.