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Welcome to the beauty, history and art that is vintage jewelry. We buy and sell vintage rhinestone, costume, designer, bakelite and antique Georgian & Victorian jewelry, purses and accessories.
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All jewelry is in excellent vintage condition unless specified otherwise.  All items are subject to prior sale.
We work constantly to offer extensive jewelry research, pictures and information in our references, " Jewel Chat " and " Morning Glory Collects ". 
We share our reference material free of charge and work hard to make it accurate, but as with any research, mistakes can be made. We are not responsible for the use you make of the information here or the honest mistakes that may occur from time to time.
We do not offer identification, valuation or appraisal services. 

TO PURCHASE: You are on a reference page of Morning Glory Antiques & Jewelry. These items were photographed from private collections, and are for reference only.
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McClelland Barclay

 

   

McCLELLAND BARCLAY was both an illustrator and a designer. Born in 1891, he painted and made sculptural utilitarian pieces and decorative objects for the home, as well as wonderful jewelry. His design sense was magnificent, and both his sterling and his rhinestone jewelry is well known and collected. I prefer his Arts and Crafts influenced sterling jewelry pieces are which beautifully made but hard to find . Sadly, he died in World War II. Most of his sterling jewelry was made in 1942 and 1943.

 

 

McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling pear set of necklace, bracelet and earrings, 15-1/2" by 3/4" necklace, 6-3/4" by 3/4" bracelet and 7/8" earrings.  McClelland Barclay was both an illustrator and a designer. Born in 1891, he painted and made sculptural utilitarian pieces and decorative objects for the home, as well as wonderful jewelry. His design sense was magnificent, and his rhinestone jewelry is well known and collected. But while they are not his best known work, I prefer his Arts and Crafts style sterling jewelry pieces. Sadly, he died in World War II. Most of his sterling jewelry was made in 1942 and 1943.  View   View   View   View   View   View   View   View  #X13390

McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling peony flowers necklace and bracelet 16" by 1-1/2" necklace and 6-1/4" by 3/4" bracelet.  McClelland Barclay was both an illustrator and a designer. Born in 1891, he painted and made sculptural utilitarian pieces and decorative objects for the home, as well as wonderful jewelry. His design sense was magnificent, and his rhinestone jewelry is well known and collected. But while they are not his best known work, I prefer his Arts and Crafts style sterling jewelry pieces. Sadly, he died in World War II. Most of his sterling jewelry was made in 1942 and 1943. The bracelet in this set is about 27.8g or .98 ozs. and the necklace is 59.0g or 2.08 ozs.   View   View   View   View    View  #X20004

McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling snails necklaces and brooch, a set of three pieces, 16-1/2" by 1" necklace, 16" by 1-5/8" double chain necklace and a 2-3/4" brooch.  McClelland Barclay was both an illustrator and a designer. Born in 1891, he painted and made sculptural utilitarian pieces and decorative objects for the home, as well as wonderful jewelry. His design sense was magnificent, and his rhinestone jewelry is well known and collected. But while they are not his best known work, I prefer his Arts and Crafts style sterling jewelry pieces. Sadly, he died in World War II. Most of his sterling jewelry was made in 1942 and 1943. The larger necklace in this set is about 1.46 oz and the medium sized necklace is .87 oz. The brooch is about .87 oz.  View   View    View     View    View    View    #X20002

 

 McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling oak leaf and acorn set, 7-1/8" by 7/8" bracelet and brooch.  #X14881 McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling acorns and oak leaves 7-1/8" by 7/8" bracelet and 2-5/8" brooch circa 1940. View   View   #X14880     McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling pony, tree and oak leaf brooch and 7-1/2" by 7/8" bracelet. Seen in Brunialti's "American Costume Jewelry, Art & Industry" on page 40. These date to circa 1938 and were made by Rice-Weiner & Co.   View   #X23987/23988

 

 

McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling pine cones and pine needles bracelet.  View   View   #X24356

 

 McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling pinecones and needles motif bracelet and brooch, circa 1942, bracelet  7-1/4" by 7/8", brooch  3". McClelland Barclay was both an illustrator and a designer. Born in 1891, he painted and made sculptural utilitarian pieces and decorative objects for the home, as well as wonderful jewelry. His design sense was magnificent, and his rhinestone jewelry is well known and collected. But while they are not his best known work, I prefer his Arts and Crafts style sterling jewelry pieces. Sadly, he died in World War II. Most of his sterling jewelry was made in 1942 and 1943.   #X21025 

McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling pinecones and pine needles pin, 3".   View   #X21025

 

 

    McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling dogwood ring, adjustable size, 7/8" across front.   View  #X13154

  McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling leaves necklace, 15-1/2" by 7/8".   View   View   #X13151 

 McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling lily earrings, 3/4".    View   #X13152

 

 

  McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling lily bracelet, 7-1/2" by 1".   View   View   #X25853

McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling lily bracelet, 7-1/2" by 1", and 2-1/3" brooch.   View   View   #X25853 

 McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling 2-1/3" lilies brooch.  View   #X23990

 

 McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling birds bracelet, 7" by 7/8". This bracelet weighs about 1.25 ozs.   View   View   #X21280 

McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling swans bracelet, 7" by 3/4". The bracelet has alternating links of mother with baby swans, rushes and cattails.  View   View   View  #X21456

McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling bracelet with abstract foliate design, circa 1940, 7-1/2" by 3/4".   View   View   View    #X22020

 

 

    McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling bird bracelet and brooch set, bracelet 6-7/8" by 3/4" and brooch 2-1/2". McCLELLAND BARCLAY was both an illustrator and a designer. Born in 1891, he painted and made sculptural utilitarian pieces and decorative objects for the home, as well as wonderful jewelry. His design sense was magnificent, and his jewelry is well known and collected. I prefer his sterling jewelry pieces which beautifully made but hard to find . Sadly, he died in World War II. Most of his sterling jewelry was made in 1942 and 1943. This brooch weights about 1.04 oz.   View    View   View    #X24955

     McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling bird bracelet, 6-7/8" by 3/4".  View   View    #X24955

McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling rose set, bracelet, brooch and smaller pin. McCLELLAND BARCLAY was both an illustrator and a designer. Born in 1891, he painted and made sculptural utilitarian pieces and decorative objects for the home, as well as wonderful jewelry. His design sense was magnificent, and his jewelry is well known and collected. I prefer his sterling jewelry pieces which beautifully made but hard to find . Sadly, he died in World War II. Most of his sterling jewelry was made in 1942 and 1943. The bracelet weighs about 1.24 oz, the large brooch 1.34 oz and the small one .36 oz.    View   View   View   View   View   View   View      #X24392

 

McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling lamb bracelet, 7-3/4" by 1".  View   #X25185   25185

McCLELLAND BARCLAY  sterling lamb brooch and bracelet, bracelet 7-3/4" by 1", brooch 2-1/2" by 2-5/8". McCLELLAND BARCLAY was both an illustrator and a designer. Born in 1891, he painted and made sculptural utilitarian pieces and decorative objects for the home, as well as wonderful jewelry. His design sense was magnificent, and his jewelry is well known and collected. I prefer his sterling jewelry pieces which beautifully made but hard to find . Sadly, he died in World War II. Most of his sterling jewelry was made in 1942 and 1943.    View    View    View   View    #X25185 

  McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling lamb pin, 2-1/2" b7 2-5/8".  View   #X24840

 

 McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling Dauschund brooch, 2-7/8" by 1".   View   #X24810   

McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling 3-1/8" lily brooch. The brooch alone weighs about 1.20 ozs.   View   View   View   View  #X24391

      McClelland Barclay sterling tramp shoe, umbrella and flower pin.   View    View  #X18970     

 

McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling hummingbird brooch, 2-5/8".  The brooch weighs about .92 ozs.   View   #X24851  McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling bracelet with abstract floral motif, 7" by 1".   View   View   #X32566 McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling king brooch, 1-1/3".   View   #X22893  

 

   McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling 7-1/8" by 1" grapes and grape leaves bracelet.  View   View   #X24921

   McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling grapes set.   #X24921/24852

   McCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling grapes brooch, 2-1/2".   View   #X24852

 

 
   McClelland Barclay sterling grape leaf earrings, 3/4".   View    #X21671 MCCLELLAND BARCLAY wings necklace and bracelet, circa 1941. The brooch to this set is pictured on pages 62 & 63 in Brunialti's book, " A Tribute to America Jewelry" and in Brunialti's "American Costume Jewelry Art & Industry" on page 244. There was also an advertisement for it in Mademoiselle Magazine, September 1941, as a "McClelland Barclay" piece even though it is marked only "Barclay". The necklace is 19" wearable length and the portion with the 4 wings is 8", bracelet is 7" by 1-7/8" wide, all pieces marked "Barclay".   View  View  View  View   View   View   #X36983  

 

    McCLELLAND BARCLAY by Rice-Weiner gold and silver tone wings brooch, a big 4-3/4" wide, circa 1941. This is pictured on pages 62 & 63 in Brunialti's  " A Tribute to America Jewelry" and in Brunialti's "American Costume Jewelry Art & Industry" on page 244. There was also an advertisement for it in Mademoiselle Magazine, September 1941, as a "McClelland Barclay" piece, and it was made in more than one size.   View   #X27637

 McCLELLAND BARCLAY lilies brooch, silver with gold wash lily pin, light finish wear, 2-1/3".   View  #X22673  

McCLELLAND BARCLAY verdigris desk perpetual calendar with ivy motif, circa 1940. Included are the little pages for each month and all but one daily dates. One is missing.   View   View   #a32269      

 

 

 

   

McClelland Barclay also an illustrator and did advertising art work such as this lovely lady. Note that she wears an embroidered silk piano scarf wrapped around her body as a dress.

  


 

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