Old Store Stock
Especially the drops with the fused-in wire eyelet (lampwork) are very rare nowadays and are excellent for antique (or antique reproductions) doll earrings.
The sew-ons mostly have 2 sew holes. They are made from faceted glass and have either a gold or silver colored coat on the flat underside. They can be stitched in place with a tiny seed bead, which ides the thread. They can be sewn to medium buckram, and surrounded with a design of beads. After the design is completed, just cut off the buckram close to the sitching, so it is no longer visible on the right side. Stitch a tiny brooch needle in place, or attach a jump ring for a bezel to make a necklace.
Lochrosen are flat-back, crystal sew-ons with a center hole that look like glittering, cut crystal sequins. They can be stitched in place with a tiny seed bead, can be sewn onto narrow ribbon for a trim or necklace, can be fashioned into miniature buttons with a short head wire passed through the hole and the end turned with round-nosed pliers into a tiny eyelet (shank).
The possibilities for the use of these glittering treasures are limitless.