antique 925 sterling silver Art Deco carved Carnelian parure set 1932 patent NR

*Hello,... thanks for your interest in this 'early' Art Deco parure / set. It includes 'dangler' earrings, bracelet, and dress-clip. It was made in 1932 or earlier, (according to patent mark data listed below), using Chinese Export 'hand-carved' Carnelian stones; and mounted in solid .925 sterling (marked) bezel-settings. The earrings' bezels also have oval 'rope' / 'cable' rims. All the set's pieces have .925 sterling findings and are so marked. The earrings are cabochon-shaped, with a (6 petal) peony on each earring 'upper section'; and in each earring's 'under-section' is a carved perched bird silhouette, (facing upward at flower.) The earring cabs are slant-drilled to capture more light; and have their original screw-backs (working fine), which are topped by silver filigree ball decorations. The bracelet's 7-1/2" long, having 4 round, (hand-drilled) beads between long chain links. Its safety clasp and jump ring are their originals; (also well-working). On the circular 'dress-clip', the stone is carved round, having a large peony flower with opened petals, and rings for border trims. The clip's back has a tight 3-pronged, (works well) spring clip; which is stamped "Pat. Apl'd For"; as seen in photos. The earring 'danglers' drops- hang 47 mm. (nearly 2 inches), from their top filigree finials to their framed bottoms. Actual
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