First of all, I want to apologize for photos as they appear to be dark. I live in California where its not been under 90 degrees in 3 months and we put up window tint to keep out heat but makes the home very dark. This lot was too large to use a overhead lamp where the pictures came out a lot better but in a small space. As it is, I couldn't take close ups of everything in this lot.
Everything is pictured in the first picture though. There are over 190 pieces in this lot. At least 4 1/2 lbs! I counted the earrings as 2 pieces. If you want to count them as one piece then there are approx.
Much of this lot belonged to my great aunt. Maybe 6 or 7 pieces are my personal items and newer or brand new, never used.The vintage items belonged to my great aunt. My aunt and uncle traveled all over the world. I cant keep it all and can't manage to wear anything but rings.
My eyesight isn't the best either. I will do my best to describe items by photo. Photo #2 consists of Mexican silver bolos, ethnic fish necklace and many turquoise necklaces and a turquoise rosary.
The combined weight of the turquoise necklaces is 71.65 grams. Picture#3 consists of Austrian Crystal necklace, polished stone necklace, my favorite a very old silver and amber poison bottle necklace, matching silver and amber earrings. Poison bottle necklace total weight is 36.65 grams. The long beaded honey amber necklace total weight 69.43 grams. The Amber jewelry all came from Kaliningrad Russia.The other necklaces were bought on cruise ships, and were not cheap. Picture #4 is all sterling earrings and pendants. Some have turquoise, coral, abalone. There is a beautiful cameo pendant, also a silver peacock pendant. Picture #5 consists of a huge hunk of turquoise, native american silver rings, 2 Navajo bracelets, antique silver brooch, one modern silver and diamond ring missing main stone. Idk if the fish pendant is mother of pearl or abalone?
Same with the brooch but I do know it was made in Mexico (silver). Picture#6 consists of a Navajo silver and turquoise necklace total weight is 66.20 grams and I believe a turquoise Zuni bracelet. Also a silver Zuni necklace with silver Zuni earrings. The Zuni necklace total weight is 58.21 grams.Picture #7 consists of I believe a Zuni turquoise chunky necklace and silver Bekmann necklace and earrings. Bekmann silver necklace weighs 32.86 grams.
Picture #8 consists of Zuni roadrunner brooch, pin and ring. The very large mens ring is either Zuni or Navajo.
It is marked but I cant make it out. The large silver ring with coral in it weighs a whopping 20.80 grams. Zuni ring weighs 8.95 grams. Picture #9 consists of from left to right is a silver pendant signed ISO idk what the black stone is total weight. Silver black onyx ring with matching earrings from Kaliningrad.
Those earrings are so heavy they pull your ear lobes down lol! I forgot to weigh them and already have it all boxed up to go. A 925 silver 5.2ct Natural Ruby ring. A 14k solid yellow gold 3.5ct Natural Yellow Sapphire from Australia.Picture #11 In addition to what is described in picture#10 there is a silver aquamarine ring and silver pink studs. I dont know what the pink stones are.
There is a gold cameo brooch and I dont know what the purple stone pendant is but marked 14k. Picture #12 is a sterling Tiffany bracelet needs repair and a silver native american necklace needs repair. I have the silver ball beads for the necklace.
In the first photo all the way to the left in the middle are 2 silver bracelets. One with a green stone and one with Tigers Eye (very old).Also in main photo, all the way to top right is a authentic African Trade Bead necklace and bracelet. Peyote Bird necklace is here too. The display boxes not included.
The item "Vintage Native American, Russian, Mexican, Silver and Gold Jewelry Lot" is in sale since Saturday, August 21, 2021. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Necklaces & Pendants". The seller is "2014usdonnn" and is located in Granada Hills, California.This item can be shipped to United States, Canada.