Exotic and rare HAR Jewellery
Brooch “Fortune teller” from the series “Gene of Fortune”, was released in 1955, by the famous company HAR. The “Fortune teller” is holding a “crystal” ball of Lucite, within which lies a golden star with blue crystal in the center. On the head of the predictor – gorgeous turban, decorated with six-blue crystals and a large cabochon “Dragon’s Breath”, that changes its color. Vest of predictor and stand under the ball finished with clear rhinestones. The bronze brooch is covered with enamel. Exotic and rare HAR Jewellery – the collections of “Cobra,” “Laughing Chinese”, “dragon’s teeth” incredibly popular among collectors of vintage costume jewellery worldwide.
American Company HAR was founded in New York in the 1950s. They produced costume jewellery in limited quantities, and their designs include exotic scenes and colors. Characteristic signs – green enamel, inlaid with “fantastic” stones. The company existed for a short period, so, every year these decorations are increasingly difficult to find, they gradually withdraw from the market, settling down in private collections or vintage dealers, to whom they bring fantastic dividends. Any information about the history of HAR jewelry increases its cost.
Collection of clips from the jewelry collection ‘Dragon’ of the famous jewellery company HAR.
Made from jewellery alloy, gold plated. Decorated with fancy stones – inserts of glass art, crystals Aurora Borealis and green enamel.
Laughing Chinese. Brooch and clips made of durable alloy coated with white enamel. Those Chinese are made of plastic imitating ivory, green stones inserts imitating Jade and rhinestones Aurora Borealis.
Rare vintage brooch in the form of a stylized bouquet. The alloy coated with a yellow gold, insert – transparent rhinestones, beads, plastic milky petals. Brooch marked – HAR, 50-ies of the 20th century, the United States
Vintage brooch in the form of volumetric pear. The alloy coated yellow gold, hand enamel coating. Pear leaf shades of gold color on stem-wire, decorated with transparent rock crystal. Marked – © HAR, 1960. United States.
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