A showcase of some of my recent faves

Marked Sandor, this 1950’s four strand necklace is a WOW!
A sparkly mix of Swarovski, cut crystals and aurora borealis crystals.
This is a statement brooch for sure, about the size of the palm of your hand. It’s marked Pennino, a company active until the mid 60’s. This is likely early 50’s.
Who wouldn’t want to wear these puffball clip-on earrings! They are faux pearl and gold-tone metal and very light, and measure about 3 x3 inches. No makers mark, but they could be 60’s party wear, or maybe 80’s statement to complement the big shoulder power suit style.
Lovely summery colors of lemon, lime and gold acrylic and glass beads, this triple strand necklace is marked ‘Germany’ on the hook.
A scottie dog holding a flower basket, how sweet is that! This brooch is an early celluloid/acrylic, with fine detail and color. Marked ‘Occupied Japan’, from the late 40’s.
A glam costume flat-lay, including a funky 70’s gold tone metal pectoral on a neck cuff, a little rhinestone pin, a fabulous flower cocktail ring, and summer melon clip-on earrings with a matching 2-strand necklace. So much to love!