sterling silver

1946

man's ring

c.1939-1940

Oxidized sterling silver with sliding silver ball.

1930-1938
1930-1935
1956
1930-1935
1930

sterling silver and three persian turquoise gem stones

1944

Sterling silver pin set with a spherical quartz stone in a modern geometric form.

1946

Two halves spell "MARGARET", man's ring, her husband's?

1939

Depatta signet ring

Untitled
early 20th century to mid 20th century

This is a sterling silver pin composed of triangular and curved geometric shapes. A white pearl is set in the center of the pin surrounded by short silver rods.

c.1935-1940

Kidney shaped earring with irregular bezel set varigated malachite, adorned with a silver bead.0.875

c.1955

Walking stick of wood.  Egg shape handle of different kinds & colors of wood inserted to form an oval design with a small checkerboard design on top.  A one inch sterling silver...

c. 1960

This sterling silver, lost wax cast brooch features overlaying linear elements

c.1950

This brooch consists of silver four pointed frame housing twisted copper and brass wires

c. 1955

This set of sterling silver cufflinks are an abstract block and circle design with a hing mechanism on reverse

c.1900?

Seal sits on top of twisted handle; back of seal is plain.

c.1910

This spoon is mentioned in Rainwater book on pg. 322, #312. Collector felt this was a "beautiful spoon". The top of the handle features an orange in bas relief.

Card case. Description: On chain, embossed Art Nouveau style violets on front & back, inside marked sterling.

c. 1890

Bouquet holder, sterling silver, c. 1890.

With reference to condition No. 1 may I call your attention to the fact that these items were not donated until Miss Melinda Frazer of the History...

c.1905

Wilcox and Evertsen mark on the back of the spoon doesn't give indication of a firm date, other than those listed above. Back of spoon is generally plain, although the bear is visible, as are...

c.1904

Gold nuggets in pan also have gold wash; Back of spoon is plain.

c.1900

Beautiful spoon, with well defined relief work on handle.

© 2022 Oakland Museum of California