This is a varied line, with many different shapes and colors, and in my opinion, very underappreciated. The findings are textured and sophisticated, and the combination of rope and leaf findings adds such an amazing dimension to the jewelry – these pieces are very fashionable and very versatile!
I’ve long known this piece came in Milk Glass – one of my most favorite mediums. But I was equally excited to find this piece in Pink Moonstone:
I’ve added a new piece to the Dangles Collection – be sure to check out the Gallery here.
I just acquired the black version of this rope finding brooch – I have never seen black before, only green, topaz, milk glass, and pink. I will post images of my other versions as soon as I get them photographed.
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I’ve added a new piece of D&E to the Milk Glass Collection – visit that showcase here:
|I am a very proud contributor, and a vast majority of my collection can be seen in:
JULIANA JEWELRY REFERENCE
Delizza and Elster Identification & Value Guide
by Ann Pitman
D&E is also know for their use of a wide variety, often obscure (and thus unique) findings. Such is the case w/these, for lack of a better term, Curly-Qs. This oval and round shaped jewelry comes in a variety of colors, as showcased below. There is another shape, triangular, however, that, while often touted as D&E, actually is not, as verified by Mr. DeLizza. I have included an image of that set below as well.
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Not by DeLizza & Elster: