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  • Beautiful Art deco vintage necklace from the 1930s. This Neiger blue glass necklace is not signed but is one of the classic 'heavy filigree' Neiger brothers designs. This necklace has chrome metal links with a strong spring ring clasp. Between each link are melon beads made of blue glass melon beads each with the filigree cap. The overall effect is very light and dainty and the necklace is in excellent vintage condition. The metal is in great condition for its age and still has a lovely silver shine.  It hangs around the neckline really nicely. See the photos of our model Eve to see what we mean. The necklace is light and weighs just 17 grams. It  measures 40 cm.  Presented in a beautiful satin drawstring bag.   The most sought after jewellery produced in Gablonz was produced by the Neiger Brothers whose fine workmanship led the way for many of the Gurtler metalsmiths in Bohemia/ Czechoslovakia. Max & Norbert Neiger were brothers who began making jewellery in 1900 and expanded to become world famous. They did not sign the jewellery and were copied a lot so many vintage sellers wrongly attribute designs to the Neigers. There are recognisable features of their work - not least the level of craftsmanship and quality of genuine Neiger pieces.
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    Beautiful Art deco vintage necklace from the 1930s. This rare Neiger filigree green uranium glass necklace is not signed but is one of the classic 'heavy filigree' Neiger brothers designs. This necklace has chrome metal links with a strong spring ring clasp. Between each link are melon beads made of green uranium glass each with the filigree cap. The overall effect is very light and dainty and the necklace is in excellent vintage condition. The metal is in great condition for its age and still has a lovely silver shine.  It hangs around the neckline really nicely. See the photos of our model Eve to see what we mean. The necklace is light and weighs just 15 grams. It  measures 42 cm.  Presented in a beautiful satin drawstring bag.   The most sought after jewellery produced in Gablonz was produced by the Neiger Brothers whose fine workmanship led the way for many of the Gurtler metalsmiths in Bohemia/ Czechoslovakia. Max & Norbert Neiger were brothers who began making jewellery in 1900 and expanded to become world famous. They did not sign the jewellery and were copied a lot so many vintage sellers wrongly attribute designs to the Neigers. There are recognisable features of their work - not least the level of craftsmanship and quality of genuine Neiger pieces. Uranium glass was made in the Gablonz region from the end of the 19th Century by adding a percentage of uranium within the coloured glass. The glass glows under a UV (ultraviolet light). See the photos to see how this necklace glows.
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    Beautiful Art deco vintage necklace from the 1930s. This Czech Neiger filigree emerald glass necklace is not signed but is one of the classic filigree Neiger brothers designs. This necklace has a brass strong spring ring clasp leading to four slim connector elements, a small single metal filigree bead, several connectors and gorgerous green emerald glass rondelle beads with small caps and three more filigree beads. The necklace is in very good vintage condition with some slight wear to some of the metal filigree connectors. The metal is in great condition for its age. It hangs around the neckline really nicely. See the photos of our model Eve to see how delicate and beautiful this necklace looks when worn. The necklace is light and weighs 20 grams. It  measures 45 cm.  Presented in a beautiful satin drawstring bag.   The most sought after jewellery produced in Gablonz was produced by the Neiger Brothers whose fine workmanship led the way for many of the Gurtler metalsmiths in Bohemia/ Czechoslovakia. Max & Norbert Neiger were brothers who began making jewellery in 1900 and expanded to become world famous. They did not sign the jewellery and were copied a lot so many vintage sellers wrongly attribute designs to the Neigers. There are recognisable features of their work - not least the level of craftsmanship and quality of genuine Neiger pieces.
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    Outstanding vintage brooch dating from the early 1900s, This large Czech peking glass flower brooch is just divine in terms of quality and condition. It features a gorgeous large flat piece of pale green peking glass in the centre and is surrounded by the most exquisite silvered brass metalwork. The surround features finely crafted leaves and flowers in a wreath around the central stone. The flower centres have small green 'moonshine' or 'moonstone' cabochons that really do have a lovely glow about them. It has quite an arts and crafts feel but could be described as art nouveau and  truly reveals the outstanding work of the Czech Gablonz metal artists. This is quite a rare brooch and I have seen it attributed to Max Neiger. Indeed the quality of the workmanship does lead to this conclusion. The brooch has a sturdy c clasp pin is in fabulous condition for its age.  It is quite a large statement brooch which would look fantastic on a big coat but it would also look fabulous on a bag or hat. This brooch just makes your heart beat a little faster when you see it. The brooch weighs 26 grams. It  measures 6 cm in diameter.   Presented in a beautiful satin drawstring bag.
  • Beautiful Art deco vintage necklace from the 1930s. This Czech Neiger filigree red glass necklace is not signed but is one of the classic 'heavy filigree' Neiger brothers designs. This necklace has a silver tone strong spring ring clasp leading to two filigree long connector elements, a single metal filigree bead, a single long filigree connector, a bright lipstick red filigree capped glass bead, another long filigree connector, metal bead , red bead, metal bead and centre red bead. The pattern is then replicated on the other side back to the clasp. The necklace is in very good vintage condition with some slight wear to some of the metal filigree connectors. The metal is in great condition for its age and still has a lovely silver shine. It hangs around the neckline really nicely. See the photos of our model Eve to see what we mean. The necklace is light and weighs 23 grams. It  measures 39 cm.  Presented in a beautiful satin drawstring bag.   The most sought after jewellery produced in Gablonz was produced by the Neiger Brothers whose fine workmanship led the way for many of the Gurtler metalsmiths in Bohemia/ Czechoslovakia. Max & Norbert Neiger were brothers who began making jewellery in 1900 and expanded to become world famous. They did not sign the jewellery and were copied a lot so many vintage sellers wrongly attribute designs to the Neigers. There are recognisable features of their work - not least the level of craftsmanship and quality of genuine Neiger pieces.
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    Beautiful Art deco vintage necklace from the 1930s. This Czech Neiger filigree blue glass necklace is not signed but is one of the classic 'heavy filigree' Neiger brothers designs. This necklace has a silver tone metal chain with a strong spring ring clasp and the bib begins with two small dark blue glass beads which are linked to a filigree connector. These connect alternating filigree capped blue glass beads with two metal filigree round beads. The overall effect is very light and dainty as the filigree work is very fine. The necklace is in very good vintage condition with some slight tarnish to the filigree connectors. The metal is in great condition for its age and still has a lovely silver shine. On very close examination with a jewellers loupe the glass beads have a few nibblets around the filigree caps but this does not show at all. It hangs around the neckline really nicely. See the photos of our model Eve to see what we mean. The necklace is light and weighs just 10 grams. It  measures 43 cm.  Presented in a beautiful satin drawstring bag. The most sought after jewellery produced in Gablonz was produced by the Neiger Brothers whose fine workmanship led the way for many of the Gurtler metalsmiths in Bohemia/ Czechoslovakia. Max & Norbert Neiger were brothers who began making jewellery in 1900 and expanded to become world famous. They did not sign the jewellery and were copied a lot so many vintage sellers wrongly attribute designs to the Neigers. There are recognisable features of their work - not least the level of craftsmanship and quality of genuine Neiger pieces.

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