At The Napier Book, we find the jewelry of the 1920s enchanting. Here is a rendering from WWD in 1928. The designs are magnificent!
Following the jewelry left to right, the editorial reads:
“Gold metal choker completed by two golden balls, which unscrew, effecting a concealed closing. Directly opposite is the bracelet to match.
In the center an oddly shaped pendant in simulated semiprecious stone colorings is swung from a necklace composed of interesting gold metal links.
Below, an elaborate type of pendant combining stones of various shapes. Tiny silver finished cylinders frame the aquamarine colored pendant from a triple chain necklace. The bracelet matches the necklace directly opposite.