This is a nice assortment of costume jewelry from my collection, dated first quarter of the 20th century. Some of the pieces are wearable as is, and a few might be great to use as components in other art projects (jewelry, accessories, collage, etc.)
Chinese carved bone dragon pendant. 1 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 3/16"
WWI nickel/silver bracelet with US Army insignia. 7" circumference, with clasp (works.)
2 metal Art Deco arrow pins. The long, curved arrow is a 2-piece twist stick-pin, and measures 4" across. It's missing all of the little glass bead insets in the bottom (wider) half. The smaller arrow measures 1" x 1/2" and has a pin back that's missing the pin clasp. It's also missing 1 glass bead inset.
Broken silver (not stamped) and faceted glass bracelet. 9" circumference. One of the hooks that attaches each section together is broken, and there is one glass inset missing.
Metal filigree brooch with a workable pin back. 2 1/2" x 1 3/4"
3 Art Deco b&w bakelite pieces: the ones with geometric-shaped ends (1/2" arched squares, and 5/8" spheres) are 2-piece twist stick-pins; the scalloped piece is a scarf slide, and all of its glass bead insets are there.
2-piece Art Deco metal and glass bead clasp (for a small belt or a cloak?) Overall measurement 2" x 1 3/8". Part of the clasp end is broken off, so it doesn't hold; the metal guides on the backs of each end are intact. All of the glass bead insets are there.
2 pairs of clip-on earrings: the metal Art Deco earrings measure 1/2" x 1"; the brass and bead earrings measure 7/8" x 1 1/8".
The painted brass tulip pin measures 2 1/4" x 3", and has a workable pin back. It's very lightweight!
Please feel free to ask questions about any of these pieces.