View View View #N37406 VB DENMARK Volmer Bahner sterling and green enamel over sterling leaf earrings, clip back 3/4".
There is a tiny speck of green enamel missing from the front of one earring, and these are otherwise in excellent condition.
When guys get together the main kind of comedy is the insult variety.
Calling your bro every name in the books might be a good idea for male bonding, but you need to take a different approach when joking with your girl.
But if you’re just learning how to make her laugh it’s best to start with something a little safer. I’m not good at poems.(Yeah, it’s silly, but so what? Also, act totally serious at the start, really make her think you might be a poet. Marked on the back, "sterling Denmark E Dragsted", I think these are these are hibiscus flowers.Circa 1950 mid-century modern and in excellent condition.The translucent enameling is lovely and the earring clip back snaps shut firmly.View #N39333 SILVER bracelet with orange cabochons set in textured silver tone metal with an applied wire design.This is light weight and easy to wear and the closure is stable.View View #Q38793 NE FROM Denmark sterling bracelet with a tiger eye center, 7" wearable size with a 1" back opening, and the tiger eye itself is 1" by 1/2".the pendant 2" by 1-1/4", earrings total length including chain 2-1/8", chain marked on the clasp "925" for sterling with a lobster claw catch 16".My guess is that the chain didn't originally go with this set, so it is included for free.This style is seen in Janet Drucker's book "Georg Jensen" on page 154. View View #N23862 GEORG JENSEN old sterling child's boxed set chain bracelet and bar brooch with bird on branch motif, bracelet marked "925 GJ' and 5-1/2" long with 1/2" charm, bar pin marked "Georg Jensen 292 sterling Denmark" and 1-1/4" wide, box as is and marked "Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Denmark" inside.View View #N36536 NORWAY Einar Modahl sterling with cobalt blue enameling anthurium flower pendant and earrings, marked on the back, "Sterling Norway 925S" and the maker's mark for Einar Modahl, circa 1960s.