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The Faces of Jewelry: Part 2

Posted by Laurie Zeiden on

Faces in jewelry continues with Part 2 where I will present examples of realistic faces, comic and caricature faces, and some famous faces. Hope you enjoy the examples.



Sterling Pin

Art Nouveau Silver Pin

Vintage Plastic Pin

Large Pendant

Enamel Pin

Silver Pin

Unger Brothers Pin

Unger Brothers Pin

Unger Brothers Pin

Silver Pin

Unsigned Earrings


Unsigned Earrings (attributed to HAR and Schiaparelli in different reference books)

AJC Clown Pin

Sterling Sweater or Bib Clips

Rebajes Kinetic Pendant and Earrings

Rebajes Pendant

Novelty Ring

Unsigned Pin

Fimo Clay Comic Earrings

Mixed Metals Pin and Earrings, Mexico

Unsigned Pin

Unsigned Pni

Boucher Jester Pin


Avon Pin

Ceramic and Copper Pendants

Brooch by Salvador Dali

Unsigned Pin

Pin by Janos Percz, Hungary

Large Charms

Possibly by Israeli Artist Yossi Steinberg

Mechanical pin

Butler & Wilson Pin


Unsigned Silver Pin



Avon Pin

Charlie McCarthy Lapel Pin

George Washington, Made in Czechoslovakia

Henry VIII Pendant Necklace

Silver Shakespeare Bust Charm

Colonel Sanders Cuff Links

Joan of Arc Hand-Painted Portrait on Porcelain

The Lone Ranger Novelty Pin


Elzac Fur Twins, 1940s

Mask and Shield Pin

Kramer Pin of Perseus, the Warrior

Blackamoor Pin

Haskell Egyptian Revival Necklace

Unsigned Pin

1942 Coro Pin

Monet Fur Clips, 1940s

Jolle Pin

Chalk Brooches

Unsigned Pin

Unsigned (Erroneously attributed to Elzac)

Selro Pin and Earrings

Chalk Mardi Gras Pin

Large Charm or Pendant with Moving Tongue

Unsigned Pin

Trifari Pin, 1960s

Enamel Pin & Earrings

Looking for a reference book on the subject of FACES? Check out The Jewelry Face Book of Pins & Pendants: Vintage Visages by Kathy Flood

If you missed Part 1 of this blog post which covers portrait miniatures on ivory and porcelain as well as fine jewelry faces, just click here to see it.

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  • SWOONING!!! What a fabulous collection! I also collect face pins, but your selection is far more varied and wonderful. Chapeau!!!!

    Maureen Winterhager on

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