Monday, May 23, 2011

Pretty in pink

1930s filigree and hand-cut glass pendant
1930s filigree and frosted glass pendant || 1940s rhinestone and molded glass earrings
1950s glass heart necklace
1930s celluloid and carved glass necklace || 1950s brass and enamel earrings
1960s pavé set rhinestone floral spray brooch

Happy Monday! Today's shop update is unapologetically pink, thanks to a buying trip earlier in the month that yielded a startling amount of rosy-hued jewelry. Compared to other colors of glass and rhinestones (blue, black, green, etc.) I actually don't see very much pink out there in the vintage jewelry world . . . perhaps it is a rare color? All the more reason to enjoy these pretty pieces, which are headed to the shop today.

8 comments:

Zohar said...

what a beautiful selection! Actually it seems rather unique, I don't stumble upon a lot of vintage pink jewelry (maybe that's just me). I especially love that 1930s celluloid and carved glass necklace - gorgeous!

Alexis E. said...

Lovely! I don't usually go for hearts but that little necklace is quite a stunner. Happy week to you!

Megon and Julie said...

I have the matching bracelet to the 1950s brass and enamel earrings. It's a peach just like those are!
~megon

lauren said...

i love pink. too many girls i know do not wear pink. i think feminism ruined pink. bring pink back, unabashed, ultra-feminine pink pink pink!

Kellie W. said...

They're all so pretty! The second necklace is my favorite, it's gorgeous!

Wild Tea Party said...

I just did a pink outfit post on my blog. I adore pink! It's taking all my willpower not to snaffle a few of these up!

cindy-the vintage hat shop said...

Wow, what beautiful choices! Love the molded glass earrings! Hmmm, time for some shopping?

The Thriftaholic (Leilani) said...

Lovely finds as usual, I'm especially enamored with the '50s heart necklace. Come to think of it I don't have many pink pieces in my vintage jewelry collection; definitely to look out for in the future.

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