SALE Vintage Handmade Czech Rhinestone Dancer Ballerina free standing decoration ornament

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SALE Vintage Handmade Czech Rhinestone Dancer Ballerina free standing decoration ornament

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$97.00

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Item details

Vintage from the 1970s

Materials

Rhinestones, Glass Stones, Crystals, Prong set stones

Handmade free standing rhinestone ballerina, statue, dancing girl, in a beautiful design. Czech rhinestones and glass stones with open back, individually set by hand. All the stones in vivid colors and brilliant sparkle are set in prongs, all original and present. A nice example of Czech artisan craft in excellent condition, not fully plated on the reverse. Beautiful, unique decoration, collectable, much nicer in person 💙
SIZE: 6.2" tall / 15 cm

Buy with confidence. I have been a member of the Etsy
and Ruby Lane community for years with positive feedback.
Please see also my other vintage items from Czechoslovakia:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/juvelovintage

I will combine multiple purchases and reduce shipping costs to minimum.

Transit times from Germany in to:
Europe, UK c. 5 workdays
USA, Canada c. 7 - 10 workdays
Australia, Asia c. 10 - 14 workdays
In peak periods (i.e. Christmas, Easter) it takes la bit onger.
Item will be shipped priority mail with a tracking number.



👀 FAKE DESIGNS ALERT
Signatures Husár D, Taboo or BIJOUX MG are not old Czech traditional designer
names, as many sellers wrongly claim. These pieces are NOT vintage, but recently
mad in vintage look.

A bit history of Rhinestones:
Gablonz, a city in Bohemia, Czech Republic (former Czechoslovakia) is the cradle of costume
jewelry. The first artificial jewelry was produced in 18th century in Gablonz and was exported
throughout Europe. Already in 1820 Gablonz makers exported more than 2½ bilion cut glass
beads and rhinestones in a year worldwide. Beginning 1830's Gablonz craftsmen began making
lines of fashion jewelry thousands tons of glass components and rhinestones were exported
into the whole world, especially to the USA.
In 1918 the Czechs and Slovaks became united, were freed from the rule of Austria and Hungary
and the land was called Czechoslovakia. Prior to World War I, the jewelry from this area was
called Bohemian and mostly not marked. After WW I (1918) the jewelry was marked with Czecho,
Czecho-Slovakia, Czechoslovakia or Made in Czechoslovakia.
All these pieces are plated on the back.

Source:
Created by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic in coperation
with the Museum of Glass and Jewelery in Jablonec nad Nisou.
Handmade free standing rhinestone ballerina, statue, dancing girl, in a beautiful design. Czech rhinestones and glass stones with open back, individually set by hand. All the stones in vivid colors and brilliant sparkle are set in prongs, all original and present. A nice example of Czech artisan craft in excellent condition, not fully plated on the reverse. Beautiful, unique decoration, collectable, much nicer in person 💙
SIZE: 6.2" tall / 15 cm

Buy with confidence. I have been a member of the Etsy
and Ruby Lane community for years with positive feedback.
Please see also my other vintage items from Czechoslovakia:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/juvelovintage

I will combine multiple purchases and reduce shipping costs to minimum.

Transit times from Germany in to:
Europe, UK c. 5 workdays
USA, Canada c. 7 - 10 workdays
Australia, Asia c. 10 - 14 workdays
In peak periods (i.e. Christmas, Easter) it takes la bit onger.
Item will be shipped priority mail with a tracking number.



👀 FAKE DESIGNS ALERT
Signatures Husár D, Taboo or BIJOUX MG are not old Czech traditional designer
names, as many sellers wrongly claim. These pieces are NOT vintage, but recently
mad in vintage look.

A bit history of Rhinestones:
Gablonz, a city in Bohemia, Czech Republic (former Czechoslovakia) is the cradle of costume
jewelry. The first artificial jewelry was produced in 18th century in Gablonz and was exported
throughout Europe. Already in 1820 Gablonz makers exported more than 2½ bilion cut glass
beads and rhinestones in a year worldwide. Beginning 1830's Gablonz craftsmen began making
lines of fashion jewelry thousands tons of glass components and rhinestones were exported
into the whole world, especially to the USA.
In 1918 the Czechs and Slovaks became united, were freed from the rule of Austria and Hungary
and the land was called Czechoslovakia. Prior to World War I, the jewelry from this area was
called Bohemian and mostly not marked. After WW I (1918) the jewelry was marked with Czecho,
Czecho-Slovakia, Czechoslovakia or Made in Czechoslovakia.
All these pieces are plated on the back.

Source:
Created by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic in coperation
with the Museum of Glass and Jewelery in Jablonec nad Nisou.

Shipping & returns

Ready to ship in 1–3 business days
From Germany
Free shipping to United States
Returns and exchanges accepted
Exceptions may apply.

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