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This item sold on October 18, 2012.

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Stunning antique 1920s Art Deco rhinestone watch pendant y-necklace. This is a gorgeous NON-WORKING watch that would be great for wear, jewelry projects, or possibly repair. The watch pendant alone measures just under 1 inch in diameter (22mm) and is positively covered in beautiful old rhinestones! If you love bling this is definitely the piece for you. All of the rhinestones are indeed present--a couple tops appeared ever so slightly worn under my loupe. The face of the watch is a pale silvery gray with metallic blue hands and the transparent crystal covering is present with a teeny tiny dot-size spot toward the center which appears orange under my loupe. The pendant has a lovely leafy metal attachment at the top. The original 25" deco chain with working clasp is attached and the "y" portion of the chain is an additional 2" in length. One of the jump rings is marked "Speidel" on one side and "1-10-14K Gold Filled" on the other. I was unable to open the watch as I do not have the proper tools. A beautiful non-working piece as is, but would be great for jewelry projects or possibly restoration/repair--I'm not sure what it would take to fix it so I'm selling this piece as is for its intrinsic beauty and rarity as well! A gorgeous Art Deco relic not to be missed!

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Antique 1920s Art Deco Rhinestone Watch Pendant Necklace Non-Working


  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: metal, stones
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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