pearl

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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.

circa 1880
circa 1850
circa 1820-1900

Object traveled with PEARLS exhibion while on loan to the AMNH, NY, NY from October 2001 through March, 2008. the venues are as follows: the AMNH 10/01 - 4/02. Field Museum, Chicago, Il. 6/02-1/...

1975
1736-1795
circa 1850

Wedding shoes, large fancy bow on toe, pearl buckle. Material: satin. Shape: small heel. Color: white. Date: c. 1850. Description: made by T. E. Moseley & Co., Boston.

India doll. Description: Rajah, yellow silk coat, red hat and shoes, pearl necklace. Donor's number: In. 1.

1895

Shadow box - Basket with handle holding sprays of flowers & leaves made of hair. Dotted with small pearl, white, & glass beads. The box is lined with white china silk, trimmed with cream...

2000

Bouquet, or ramo, is artificial roses and other flowers made from blue and white acetate satin, and sprays of imitation pearls set on transparent monofilament. Flowers are set on a background of...

Brooch
1953-54

Round brooch with spiral design made of wire and attached beads and pearls. Round hanging attachment made of wire and hooks.

n.d.

rectangular silver brooch with half a pearl in center

Pin
c. 1940

Catalog #17. E. Bielawski dates this pin approx. 1940. He feels it was done shortly before De Patta studied at the Chicago "Bauhaus". Commissioned by the donor. Yellow gold with topaz...

1958-1962

Pendant with touchstones and a pearl set around a vertical sterling silver bar. Black woven cord with silver toggle clasp

1940

white gold, black pearl under cabochon crystal

1947
ca. 1960-1970

Silver ring has large round form face with lines of silver and a single pearl on an oxidized background

1950

Each earring is a curved triangular form with a pearl attached. The two earrings are mirror images of each other.

c. 1952

Silver earrrings; each has a single pearl attaached to it and is suspended from a screwback.

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