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    Max Neiger and Other. Czech jewellery from 1920's - 1930's.

    I love Czech jewellery and have always had it in the shop. I am trying to learn how to recognize a Neiger piece. If you need expert advice - look at the Neiger Club's board - where help is at hand! All the images I use are my own photographs.


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    Max Neiger and Other. Czech jewellery from 1920's - 1930's.

    Max Neiger and Other. Czech jewellery from 1920's - 1930's.

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    Czech brooch - faux turquoise & painted decoration on brass. Similar to Max Neiger but not convinced that it is his. #CzechBrooch #CzechFauxTurquiseBrooch

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    Max Neiger brooch. Although this has not been verified, there are enough Neiger components for me to be sure it is. Notice the figure - exactly the same as one of my larger brooches. Interesting snake over the head. Don't think I have this on anything else. This brooch is only just over 2 inches. Photographed by Gillian Horsup.

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    A round Max Neiger brooch with two sets of wings. Photographed by Gillian Horsup.

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    • Colleen Abbott
      Colleen Abbott

      Wow!

    Elaborate Max Neiger necklace with cord and tassel - and ladies! Photographed by Gillian Horsup

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    • Barbara Jones
      Barbara Jones

      Is this in your private collection or has it been sold?

    • Gillian Horsup
      Gillian Horsup

      Sorry Barbara - missed your comment - it is in my collection.

    • Barbara Jones
      Barbara Jones

      Very special!

    An unusual Czech necklace. Do not as yet know anything about it. Photographed by Gillian Horsup

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    Neiger Oriental style bracelet in coral coloured glass. Photographed by Gillian Horsup

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    Another wonderful Egyptian Revival brooch by Max Neiger! Photographed by Gillian Horsup. One cracked glass stones I'm afraid but still lovely!

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    Double crown necklace with blue glass beads to imitate lapis. Photograph by Gillian Horsup.

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    • Melissa J
      Melissa J

      How can a person identify whether they have a piece or not? I have a very nice glass bead necklace that I took the info from the tag & put on google and came up with Max Neiger. I don't know for sure I have one or not though. Is there a way to know for certain?

    • Gillian Horsup
      Gillian Horsup

      Melissa - send me an e-mail (You can do this from my web site) and then I can answer you.

    • Joanna Gadzina.
      Joanna Gadzina.

      I'm afraid it's not Neiger Bros work. It looks as Hugo Dahm works (similar items with lapis glass you can find in Museum of Jewellery nad Glass, Jablonec nad Nisou).

    Czech brooch with cabochon glass stones. Not yet known if it is early Neiger. Photographed by Gilian Horsup

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    Egyptian Revival earrings. Photograph by Gillian Horsup.

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    Czech pendant necklace with peking glass and mauve glass. Possibly Neiger - but cannot verified at the moment. Photograph by Gillian Horsup.

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    Max Neiger bracelet in the lapiz blue glass colour. Photograph by Gillian Horsup.

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    • Gillian Horsup
      Gillian Horsup

      Sorry - this one sold a long time ago!

    This Czech. bracelet has unusual snake pattern glass stones like the snakes brooch. The Neiger Club has so far been unable to establish a link with Neiger. Photograph by Gillian Horsup.

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    Pair of Max Neiger dress clips. Photographed by Gillian Horsup

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    Max Neiger Egyptian Revival necklace. Photography by Gillian Horsup.

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    • Colleen Abbott
      Colleen Abbott

      Thank you so much for sharing these, it's a real treat!

    • Gillian Horsup
      Gillian Horsup

      Will add more as I can!

    Max Neiger brooch in the Oriental style - on green galalith. Photograph by Gillian Horsup.

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    Max Neiger bracelet in the Egyptian Revival style. Photograph Gillian Horsup.

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    Oriental style brooch with large green glass stone. This could be Neiger but at the moment it can't be definitely verified. Photograph Gillian Horsup.

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    Egyptian Revival brooch with unusual colour glass centrepiece. Not Max Neiger. Photograph Gillian Horsup.

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    Max Neiger small Oriental style brooch. (The 4 glass stones should be a bit more orange!) Photograph Gillian Horsup.

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    Wonderful red glass stones in this brooch - but it is not Max Neiger! Photograph Gillian Horsup.

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    White glass beads Egyptian Revival necklace. Photograph Gillian Horsup.

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    Blue glass Egyptian Revival pendant necklace. Photograph Gillian Horsup.

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    Neiger bracelet in the Oriental style. Photograph Gillian Horsup.

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    Neiger at his best! Egyptian Revival brooch 1923. Photograph Gillian Horsup.

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    • Barbara Jones
      Barbara Jones

      Okay, this is VERY similar to my necklace!!! I love it!!! I'm assuming it is now in someone's private collection?

    • Karen Buenneke
      Karen Buenneke

      All these pieces are amazing! Where might one buy a Neiger piece?

    • Gillian Horsup
      Gillian Horsup

      Watch Ebay! Also be careful - lots of pieces are called Neiger that may not be.

    • Barbara Jones
      Barbara Jones

      I agree! Most listings on Ebay that state they are "Neiger", are not. Educate yourself so you know what you are buying...

    • Gillian Horsup
      Gillian Horsup

      The Neiger Collectors Club on Facebook used to be a good resource. However there has been no response here for a long time. If you are on Facebook do take a look as there is a lot of useful info here.