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Identification guide to costume jewelry marks, jewelry research, fashion jewelry marks, vintage jewelry signatures, jewelry history, designers trademarks, jewelry companies and articles about jewelry.
A costume jewelry identification guide to jewelry history, jewelry designers, jewelry marks, jewelry signatures and jewelry articles.
Costume Jewelry Designers & Company Information. Whether you're an avid costume jewelry collector, a beginner, or are just drawn to beautiful things, we think you will be interested in the information presented here on costume jewelry designers and companies that produced costume jewelry for others.
Quality, trend, safe/secure shopping, price, fast/free shipping offers, & customer service driven wholesale/retail store specializing in fashion accessories
Online store offering vintage rhinestone jewelry, vintage costume jewelry, sterling silver, Christmas jewelry, designer signed costume jewelry, vintage clip earrings, Weiss, Swarovski crystal jewelry, necklaces, chokers, brooches, bracelets and Christmas tree pins for sale. Vintage costume jewelry designer marks and company information.
D'Orlan Since 1960 this Canadian company has been headed by Sandra Boucher, The company offers high quality costume jewelry. Some of the pieces are Marcel Boucher's designs, many with design numbers similar to those used by Boucher. On Card. Vintage D'Orlan Dusky Rose and Blue Crystal Dangle Chandelier Earrings.
As a collector of vintage costume jewelry this is a MUST HAVE if your interested in researching and knowing how to identify Juliana, (D &E), Delizza and Elster jewelry.
Research sale prices. If the jewelry is antique or costume, use online auction sites, live auction catalogs and jewelry websites to find the selling prices of identical pieces.
American Jewelry Manufacturers [Dorothy T. Rainwater] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The identification and dating of American jewelry heretofore has been difficult because few pieces bear standard markings and the references have been diverse
There’s something transgressive about touching other people’s clothes—especially dead people’s clothes. Some would even call it spooky. As a costume curator and fashion historian, I have ...