Designer Arthur Pepper created this awesome Coral Enamel Buddah Necklace with matching earrings.
Beautiful Gold Plated embossed Rollo link chain, such great condition,
Comfortable lovely wearable length of 20 inches is flattering on almost any size neck.
This is from a lovely Central Florida Estate accompanied by many other well known makers.
The Standing Buddah figure on the necklace measure about 2 inches,
the pendant with frame measures 2 5/8 inches.
The typical clip on gold ball dangle earrings have matching enamel seated buddah figures.
not identical pose, but matching perfectly otherwise, that measure 1.25 inch dangle portion.
This has a fabulous look! Can be worn casual or formal style.
It is signed ART© with the copyright symbol, in very good like new condition,
The only faded part are the clip earring components, this is common with ART© jewelry
Please see photos for closer view.
The history of Mode-Art jewelry company founded by Arthur Pepper began in New York City in the late 1940s.
ART produced their last pieces in the early ’70s.
The company’s heyday was in the mid 1950- – 60’s, the “golden” age of costume jewelry.
According to design, the company produced jewelry in very different styles, including – Renaissance, Victorian and Art Deco.
Basically, designs included flower, fruit and leafy motifs, and rarely – figures of animals and reptiles.
Also, the materials used by ART craftsmen included metal alloys of gold and silver tone, rhinestones, enamel, and art glass imitating precious stones.
Almost all items (with the possible exception of the earliest works) included markings ModeArt, Mode – Art or just ART with the copyright symbol ART© .
All items are shipped USPS priority mail signature required, fully insured upon completion of financial transaction.
follow me on Instagram @Maimiesmini
All product photos are of the actual item. Colors may differ slightly from actual product appearance due to differences in products and lighting conditions.
Please contact me if you have specific additional photo requests as photos are part of the description.
Read about Vintage Bakelite and ME in the Pioneer Woman Magazine, Spring Issue here:
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.