1940s Danecraft Sterling Silver Repousse Acorn Leaf Cluster Necklace
1940s Danecraft Sterling Silver Repousse Acorn Leaf Cluster Necklace
1940s Danecraft Sterling Silver Repousse Acorn Leaf Cluster Necklace
1940s Danecraft Sterling Silver Repousse Acorn Leaf Cluster Necklace
1940s Danecraft Sterling Silver Repousse Acorn Leaf Cluster Necklace
1940s Danecraft Sterling Silver Repousse Acorn Leaf Cluster Necklace
1940s Danecraft Sterling Silver Repousse Acorn Leaf Cluster Necklace
1940s Danecraft Sterling Silver Repousse Acorn Leaf Cluster Necklace
1940s Danecraft Sterling Silver Repousse Acorn Leaf Cluster Necklace
1940s Danecraft Sterling Silver Repousse Acorn Leaf Cluster Necklace
Danecraft

1940s Danecraft Sterling Silver Repousse Acorn Leaf Cluster Necklace

Regular price $135.00 $0.00 Unit price per

Excellent Condition. Fresh looking, soft signs of wear are noticeable only on close inspection.

* Silver setting has a bright patina with minor surface wear.
* No dents or imperfections to the shape or signs of repair.
* Clasp is secure and original.


Era 1940s

Length 15 1/4"

Width just under 1/2"

Mark See photo

Weight 14 grams

Material Sterling silver


Unique Features
Made by hand or in small groups of similar styles, vintage jewelry is individualistic with its own special history.

* Acorn design is uncommon, detailed and charming.
* Thin pendants are well made and lay flush with a light and tactile feel along your neck.


Collector Note
On Figurals. Figural jewelry includes any piece that has been shaped into an animal, person, object, or detailed "day in the life" scene. Antique and vintage figural jewelry is often quite charming and collectible for the realistic or cutesy details. Specific objects or animals became popular and prolific in jewelry during certain time, Scotty dogs during the 1940's for example, or swallow birds during the Victorian era. Figural jewelry is special for its detail and realism but also tells the story of the decade they were made in.


On Repousse. Repousse is a technique used on metals that results in a three dimensional, sometimes hollow or open back design. The maker hammers the metal from one side, to form a three dimensional design on the other. Repousse dates from ancient civilizations yet the technique is found in a wide variety of fine jewelry even today.