Here's a few more pieces, some of which are already sold but are just too pretty not to share. I also recently acquired some amazingly beautiful vintage made in Japan pearl necklace sets and will show them as soon as I get up off my lazy butt and photograph them. My flea market venture has me pretty busy, though, so I'm taking a little break from the heat, humidity, torrential rain, el cheapo customers and the constant drone of Obama-bashing by my fellow flea marketeers.
This outstanding brooch was one of those finds that make your day--it was in a big pile of what was labeled as "junk" jewelry, probably because the pin is out of the pinback. Like that's a reason to throw something this beautiful in the JUNK PILE! I can't be certain, but it sure looks like a piece of Juliana to me.
A more contemporary piece--it's a pendant and it's BIG. Love the smokey navettes.
This set is dainty and sweet.
If I actually wore brooches, I'd keep every dragonfly I found. These two are my favorites, even if the one below seems to have lost part of his tail. Not to worry--I filed off the rough edges, dabbed on a bit of gold paint and it's perfectly fine.
Impressive crystal rhinestone dragonfly.
This lovely set was made by Lisner and I received it in its original presentation box. Somewhat understated, but very elegant.
Just the thing for the next Mardi Gras ball!
Hope y'all are having a wonderful week!
GJB Fan Clubbers, just a note to let you know that Dad is doing great and happy as a clam. His infection cleared up, thank goodness. I'll be seeing him soon and will snap a few photos to share.