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Vintage Costume Jewelry Designer Examples & Vintage Jewelry Designers

ANTIQUE JEWELRY CATALOGUE================NEWLY ADDED ITEMS-- 1920 to 1930's Vintage Jewelry-- Accessories-- Am. Indian/Mexican Jewelry-- Antique Cameo Jewelry-- Art Deco Jewelry-- Art Nouveau Jewelry-- Bakelite & Plastic Jewelry-- Belts & Belt Buckles-- Bracelets & Bangles-- Charms & Charm Bracelets-- Children's Jewelry-- Christmas Pins & More-- Compacts-- Crosses, Crucifixes-- Cuff Buttons/Cuff Links-- Earrings, page 1-- Earrings, page 2-- Estate Jewelry-- Figural Costume Jewelry    -- Animals    -- Birds, Bugs & Butterflies    -- Fish & Reptiles    -- Flowers & Greenery    -- Fruit    -- People    -- Things-- Handbags & Purses-- Jewelry Boxes-- Lockets-- Patriotic/Sweetheart Jewelry-- Perfumes/Perfume Bottles-- Retro Jewelry-- Rings-- Scarf Pins/Stick Pins-- Scottish Jewelry-- Sensational Sets-- Sterling Silver Vintage Jewelry-- Unsigned Vintage Jewelry-- Victorian/Edwardian, page 1-- Victorian/Edwardian, page 2-- Vintage Costume Jewelry, page 1-- Vintage Costume Jewelry, page 2-- Watches, Fobs, Chains-- Wedding Jewelry & Accessories-- Wood JewelryCARING FOR ANTIQUE CAMEOSANTIQUE CAMEOS ARCHIVESDESIGNER EXAMPLES-- Bakelite Jewelry-- Boucher's Beauties-- Coro Jewelry, CoroCraft Jewelry-- Elegant Eisenberg Jewelry-- Florenza's Fabulous Fakes-- Early Miriam Haskell Jewelry-- Kenneth J. Lane Vintage Jewelry-- Mazer, Mazer Bros. Jewelry-- Reinad Jewelry-- Trifari's Tasteful Trickery-- Vendome's Vision-- Weiss WondersDESIGNER INFORMATION-- Jewelry Designers A - H-- Jewelry Designers J - Q-- Jewelry Designers R - ZGEMSTONES IN JEWELRY-- Amber Jewelry-- Coral Jewelry-- Victorian Bohemian Garnet JewelryBOOKSHELFJEWELRYGRAMSPUZZLESREMINDER SERVICEWISH LISTCUSTOMER SERVICE-- FAQ-- How to Order-- Privacy Policy-- Return Policy-- Shipping & HandlingOUR AWARDSHOME Subscribe to RSS Feed


List of Vintage Jewelry Designers

» Jewelry» List of Vintage Jewelry DesignersList of Vintage Jewelry Designers Who doesn’t love vintage jewelry? I especially like the elaborate handmade styles like Miriam Haskell. AdvertisementAs you may have found out, it’s pretty difficult to identify who the designer is for vintage jewelry. Without studying designer tendencies and characteristics, it’s nearly impossible for the average person to tell a Samuel Kirk from a Harry Dixon. You can look for marks, but frequently the jewelry only bears the mark of the company they worked for. However, if you do find the marks, this list below of over 180 vintage jewelry and metal designers may help you identify how old they are. This list is sorted alphabetically and by country. We start with Austria and end with the United States. Some of these manufacturers go all the way back to the 1700s! List of Vintage Jewelry & Metal DesignersWorkshop or Artist NameLocationDatesTypes & More InfoCarl Otto Czescha (Czeschka)Vienna, Austria1878-1960MetalworkHagenauer WerkstatteVienna, Austria1898-1956MetalworkJosef HoffmannVienna, Austria1870-1956Jewelry, MetalworkOtto PrutscherVienna, Austria1880-1949Jewelry, EnamelWiener WerkstatteVienna, Austria1903-1932Metalwork, JewelryHenri Clemens Van de VeldeBrussels, Belgium1863-1957Jewelry, Metalwork, Bronze, SilverH. SternRio de Janiero, Brazil1945-presentGold, Diamonds, Precious GemsHenry Birks & SonsMontreal, Canada1879-presentSilver, Gold, JewelryBoucheronParis, France1858-presentJewelryEdgar BrandtParis, France1900-1930Metalwork, Brass, Iron, CopperCardeilhacParis, France1802-1951SilverCartierParis, France1847-presentJewelryCoco ChanelParis, France1920s-presentJewelryChaumet et CieParis, France1780-presentJewelryChristofleSt. Denis, France1839-presentSilver, Silver PlateEdward ColonnaParis, France1862-1948JewelryFouquetParis, France1860-1930sJewelryRene LaliqueParis, France1860-1945Jewelry, Silver, GlassAlphonse Maria MuchaParis, France1860-1939Silver, JewelryGilbert PoilleratParis, France1921-1950sLamps, IronworkGerard SandozParis, France1925-1931SilverLea SteinParis, France1957-presentCostume JewelryVan Cleef & ArpelsParis, France1906-presentJewelryMaison VeverMetz, France1821-1982JewelryPeter BehrensMunich, Germany1868-1940MetalworkTheodor FahrnerPforzheim, Germany1868-1928Silver, JewelryJ.P. Kayser SohnKrefeld-Bochum, Germany1885-1910PewterKayserzinnKrefeld-Bochum, Germany1885-1910PewterBernd MunsteinerIdar-Oberstein, Germany1943-presentGemstone cutterOrivitKoln-Ehrenfeld, Germany1900-1905Petwer, SilverFerdinand Hubert SchmitzKoln-Ehrenfeld, Germany1900-1905Petwer, SilverWurttembergiche MetallwarenfabrikGeislingen, Germany1853-presentPewter, Silver Plate, Glass, Ikora MetalArtificers’ GuildLondon, England1901-1942Silver, Copper, MetalworkCharles Robert AshbeeLondon, England1863-1942Silver, JewelryAsprey & Company, Ltd.London, England1781-presentJewelryJ.W. BensonLondon, England1874-presentJewelryBirmingham Guild of HandicraftBirmingham, England1890-presentMetalwork, Jewelry, SilverBromsgrove Guild of Applied ArtBromsgrove, England1890-1966Jewelry, MetalAlwyn C. E. CarrLondon, England1872-1940Silver, Enamel, Wrought IronCollingwood & CompanyLondon, England1817-presentSilver, JewelryComyns, William & SonsLondon, England1848-presentSilverJ. Paul CooperWesterham, England1869-1933Silver, Copper, JewelryBernard CuznerBirmingham, England1877-1956Silver, JewelryNelson DawsonLondon, England1859-1942Jewelry, Silver, Metalwork, EnamelJames Dixon & SonsSheffield, England1806-presentSilver, Silver Plate, Britannia MetalChristopher DresserLondon, England1834-1904Designed for many companiesElkington & Co.Birmingham, England1824-presentSilver, Silver Plate, Metalwork, EnamelAlexander FisherLondon, England1864-1936Silver, Jewelry, EnamelR. and S. GarrardLondon, England1802-1952Silver, Gold, JewelryGoldsmiths’ & Silversmiths’ Co.London, England1890-1952Silver, JewelryHennell, Ltd.London, England1735-presentJewelryCharles HornerHalifax, England1885-1984Mass-produced Enameled Silver, JewelryHukin & HeathBirmingham, England1875-1953Silver, Silver PlateHunt & RoskellLondon, England1844-1939Silver, Silver Plate, JewelryArchibald KnoxLondon, England1864-1933JewelryLiberty & Co.London, England1875-presentSilver, PewterMargaret MacdonaldGlasgow, Scotland1865-1933Metalwork, JewelryArthur MackmurdoHeygate, England1851-1942MetalworkHarold StablerKeswick, London1872-1945Jewelry, Metalwork, SilverHenry J. WilsonLondon, England1864-1934Metalwork, JewelryBonebakker & SonsAmsterdam, Holland1767-presentJewelryJan EisenloeffelAmsterdam, Holland1876-1957SilverBugariRome, Italy1881-presentJewelryBuccellatiMilan, Italy1919-presentGold, Precious Stones, Pearls, WatchesPaolo de PoliPadua, Italy1905-1996Enameled JewelryMikimotoTokyo, Japan1899-presentPearlsHector AguilarTaxco, Mexico1939-1966SilverFrederick DavisMexico City, Mexico1920s-1960SilverAntonio Pineda GomezTaxco, Mexico1941-presentSilverBernice GoodspeedMexico City, Mexico1940-1972SilverEnrique LedesmaTaxco, Mexico1950-1979SilverLos CastilloTaxco, Mexico1939-presentSilverIsidro Garcia PinaTaxco, Mexico1943-1986SilverSigfrido Pineda (Sigi)Mexico City, Mexico1952-presentSilverMatilde PoulatMexico City, Mexico1934-1960SilverWilliam SpratlingTaxco, Mexico1931-presentSilverMargot de TaxcoTaxco, Mexico1948-1985SilverSalvador Vaca TeranMexico City, Mexico1930s-1974SilverHouse of FabergeMoscow, Russia1842-1918Jewelry, GoldFeodor RuckertMoscow, Russia1890s-1917Gold, JewelrySigvard BernadotteSweden1907-2002Jewelry, Silver DinnerwareW.A. BolinSweden1791-presentJewelryDavid-AndersenNorway1876-presentSilver, EnamelNanna & Jorgen DitzelDenmark1920s-2005JewelryHans HansenDenmark1906-presentFlatware, Hollow Ware, JewelryGeorg JensenDenmark1904-presentJewelry, SilverHenning KoppelDenmark1917-1982Jewelry, SilverErik MagnussenCopenhagen, Denmark1884-1960JewelryAnton MichelsenDenmark1841-presentJewelry, SilverEvald NielsenDenmark1879-1958Hand-hammered SilverHarald NielsenDenmark1892-1977Jewelry, SilverJohan RohdeDenmark1856-1935SilverAcme StudiosLos Angeles, California1985-presentWhite Metal, EnamelAllan AdlerLos Angeles, California1916-2002Silver, JewelryAlvin Manufacturing CompanyProvidence, Rhode Island1886-presentSilverAaron BashaNew York City, New York1950s-presentGold, EnamelBailey, Banks & BiddlePhiladelphia, Pennsylvania1832-presentJewelryF. Carlton BallSan Francisco, California1911-1992SilverBenedict Manufacturing Co.East Syracuse, New York1900-1930sCopper, Pewter, Silver PlateHarry BertoiaDetroit, Michigan1915-1978Hammered BrassR. Blackinton & Co.North Attleboro, Mass.1862-presentJewelry, SilverBradley & HubbardMeriden, Connecticut1895-1930BrassAlexander CalderNew York City, New York1898-1976Costume JewelryHattie CarnegieNew York City, New York1918-1976Costume JewelryCinerNew York City, New York1892-presentCostume JewelryCharles ClewellCanton, Ohio1899-1955Copper, BronzeBetty CookeBaltimore, Maryland1924-presentSilver, Enamel, Wood, PebblesCoroProvidence, Rhode Island1901-1979Costume JewelryCraftsmen WorkshopsSyracuse, New York1900-1915CopperMargaret CraverBoston, Massachusetts1930s-1988SilverMargaret De PattaSan Francisco, California1903-1964SilverHarry DixonSan Francisco, California1908-1967CopperWilliam B. Durgin CompanyProvidence, Rhode Island1853-1935SilverEisenbergChicago, Illinois1930-presentCostume JewelryClaire FalkensteinSan Francisco, California1908-1997Wire, Rough GlassTheodore W. Foster & Brothers Co.Providence, Rhode Island1873-1951Jewelry, SilverGeorge GebeleinBoston, Massachusetts1878-1945SilverGorham CorporationProvidence, Rhode Island1818-presentSilver, Silver Plate, Bronze, Metalwork, Jewelry, Copper & GoldHARNew York City, New York1940s-1950sCostume JewelryJohn HardyNew York City, New York1975-presentJewelryMiriam HaskellNew York City, New York1924-presentCostume JewelryOscar Heyman & BrothersNew York City, New York1912-presentJewelryFrances HigginsChicago, Illinois1912-2004Glass JewelryHobeMt. Vernon, New York1887-presentCostume JewelryYuri IchihashiNew York City, New York1991-presentHandwoven Gold & PlatinumJaccard Jewelry CompanySt. Louis, Missouri1829-presentJewelryEugene Joseff, Joseff of HollywoodHollywood, California1935-presentCostume JewelryKalo ShopChicago, Illinois1900-1970Silver, Copper, JewelrySamuel KirkBaltimore, Maryland1815-presentSilverFlorence KoehlerChicago, Illinois1861-1944JewelrySam KramerNew York City, New York1913-1964SilverKramer Jewelry CreationsNew York City, New York1943-1980Costume JewelryKrementzNewark, New Jersey1866-presentJewelryWalter LamplNew York City, New York1921-1959Silver, Gold, CharmsKenneth Jay LaneNew York City, New York1963-presentCostume JewelryJudith LeiberNew York City, New York1921-presentCostume JewelryFred LeightonNew York City, New York1965-presentJewelryEd LevinNew York City, New York1950-presentSilverPaul LobelNew York City, New York1930s-1965SilverPeter MacciariniSan Francisco, California1937-2001Silver, Mixed MetalsMarcus & CompanyNew York City, New York1892-1950sJewelry, Copper, SilverMarshall Field & Company Craft ShopChicago, Illinois1904-1950Jewelry, Silver, Brass, BronzeMarvellaNew York City, New York1911-presentCostume Jewelry, Fake PearlsMatisseLos Angeles, California1946-1964Costume Jewelry, Copper, Enameled CopperJohn Paul MillerCleveland, Ohio1918-presentGold, silverMonetE. Providence, Rhode Island1937-presentCostume JewelryNapierMeriden, Connecticut1922-presentCostume JewelryPaloma PicassoNew York City, New York1949-presentJewelryEarl PardonSaratoga Springs, New York1926-1991Enamel, Stone, Wood, WirePotter StudioCleveland, Ohio1899-1927Brass, Copper, Jewelry, SilverFrancisco RabajesNew York City, New York1934-1967Costume JewelryReed & BartonTaunton, Massachusetts1824-presentSilver, Silver Plate, JewelryRenoir of CaliforniaLos Angeles, California1946-1964Costume Jewelry, Copper, Enameled CopperNettie RosensteinNew York City, New York1935-1975Costume JewelryRoycroftEast Aurora, New York1895-1938CopperSeaman ScheppsLos Angeles, California1904-presentGold, Precious and Semiprecious StonesElsa SchiaparelliNew York City, New York1920s-1950sCostume JewelryJean SchlumbergerNew York City, New York1946-1956JewelrySelroNew York City, New York1950s-1960sCostume JewelryShreve & CompanySan Francisco, California1852-presentJewelry, SilverShreve, Crump & LowBoston, Massachusetts1796-presentHand-Wrought SterlingArt SmithNew York City, New York1917-1982Silver, Silver Wire, Brass, CopperSpaulding & CompanyChicago, Illinois1888-presentSilver, Silver Plate, JewelryHenry SteigNew York City, New York1906-1973SilverGustav StickleySyracuse, New York1857-1942CopperArthur J. StoneBoston, Massachusetts1847-1938SilverTiffany & CompanyNew York City, New York1853-presentJewelry, Silver, MetalworkTiffany StudiosNew York City, New York1890-1932MetalworkTrifariNew York City, New York1918-presentCostume JewelryUnger Bros.Newark, New Jersey1872-1919Silver, JewelryDirk Van ErpOakland, California1859-1933CopperNicholas VarneyNew York City, New York1996-presentJewelryWebster CompanyNorth Attleboro, Mass.1869-1950SilverFrank M. Whiting CompanyNorth Attleboro, Mass.1878-1960sSilverWhiting Manufacturing CompanyNorth Attleboro, Mass.1866-presentSilverEd WienerProvincetown, Mass.1918-1991SilverJames H. WinnChicago, Illinois1866-1940JewelryHarry WinstonNew York City, New York1932-presentJewelry, DiamondsSamuel YellinPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania1885-1940IronworkDavid YurmanNew York City, New York1980-presentJewelryMarie ZimmermannNew York City, New York1879-1972Metalwork, JewelryAdvertisementAbout Paul PhippsPaul loves history. He literally read the entire 1987 World Book Encyclopedia when he was 23 years old. His expertise ranges across the entire spectrum of pop culture. He specializes in vintage clothing, sports collectibles, vinyl records and tin toys. View all posts by Paul PhippsPost navigation← Classic Car Pictures from the 2013 Terry Tuersley Benefit Car Show in Canton, OhioDating Postcards By Changes in U.S. Postal Rates →25 thoughts on “List of Vintage Jewelry Designers”Judith July 15, 2014 at 6:37 pmAre you familiar with a jewelry designer named Lakritz in the early 1940’s? Reply↓Lynette December 26, 2014 at 10:14 pmSaw naturalistic pieces estimated on “Antiques Roadshow” gold with semi and precious stones by an American designer. Pieces were somewhat chunky and included various sizes and varieties of stones. Do this sound like any designer you know of? Who? Reply↓Zondra Rapazzini February 24, 2016 at 6:26 amI have a large chunky bracelet with intense metal work almost medieval style with large glass stones. It is an impressive piece and signed by a KALIZGER…do you know anything about this designer. Reply↓Cindy FriendAugust 13, 2016 at 11:41 pmI am looking for info on Calvin K Clauer, jeweler, opt. I have a beautiful ring in tiny box. Box is marked with his name on top. He is said to have a 1911 jewelry catalog. Reply↓Twyla Jackson August 22, 2016 at 7:12 pmI have an unusual brooch with black and white beads, center is silver metal with what I believe to be rhinestones. The beads are hand sewn into a plastic back. On the back, this has a round, silver disc that is marked ‘CH. RONIS’. Under the name,it reads ‘MADE BY’ and below that is ‘N.Y’. I have researched and can find no information on the item or the Artist.


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Where to Sell Old Costume Jewelry

Where to Sell Old Costume Jewelry


Skip to main content.Small Business» Business Technology & Customer Support» Web Sites» Where to Sell Old Costume Jewelry by Kendall Olsen; Reviewed by Michelle Seidel, B.Sc., LL.B., MBA; Updated February 04, 2019 Where to Sell Old Costume Jewelry Related Articles 1 Spot Items That Are Valuable in a Thrift Store2 Sell Antique Brooches3 Start a Costume Jewelry Business4 Make Money on Antique JewelryBefore the 1900s, most jewelry was not widely available to the general public in the U.S. because it was made of precious metals and gems. This left an opening for beautiful low-cost costume jewelry to imitate the real thing – a market that exploded in the 1930s. This doesn't mean old costume jewelry doesn't have value today. Knowing where and how to sell it could be a lucrative endeavor. Yard and Garage SalesMany buyers look for costume jewelry at yard and garage sales. City-wide yard sales on designated days can bring many buyers into a community and have the added benefit of being widely advertised. Some communities require participants to pay a nominal fee; others allow residents to sell goods for free. Selling Costume Jewelry OnlineCostume jewelry can be sold online at auction sites. Auction sites help provide authenticity and assurance to buyers. Sellers can also start their own website storefronts and sell to consumers using tools provided by web hosting companies. Some vintage jewelry buyers advertise online, and sending digital photographs of jewelry pieces can sometimes result in business. Art and Craft FairsAlthough many arts and crafts fairs are comprised of artisans and artists who create new materials for show and sale, some fairs permit older or antique goods sellers to rent a booth or space. Because arts and crafts fairs are frequented by those with an eye for design or an interest in art, well-made costume jewelry could have wide appeal. Additionally, visiting arts and crafts fairs and speaking to artisans about their materials could result in a sale. Some artists rework existing or vintage products in their own recycled jewelry and might be interested in buying old pieces. Auctions, Antique Dealers and WholesalersCostume jewelry can be sold at auction, to antique dealers or to wholesalers. Trade magazines, antique catalogs and websites devoted to the sale and advertising of vintage items can often connect buyers and sellers. Local auction houses can provide details on contributing items to auctions. Antique stores may purchase items directly or may be able to provide contact information about wholesalers and dealers to work with. Vintage Boutiques and SalonsBoutiques selling vintage clothing and accessories often look to purchase clothing and jewelry from sellers. They may pay for items directly or allow for consignment of higher-priced goods. Hair salons and spas also sometimes offer small spaces to artists or sellers for a fee or a percentage of sales. Classified Ads Online or in PrintAds placed online, in small newspapers, nationwide publications and local or national magazines can generate sales. Collecting, antiques and jewelry publications often sell ad space. Flea Markets and Antique MallsAntique malls are large buildings that rent stall space to sellers. Some malls require sellers to man their own booths and handle sales; other malls may have full-time employees who handle sales, taxes and record keeping. Like antique malls, flea markets rent table space or booths to sellers. Most markets require sellers to handle their own sales. Flea markets may be held periodically, such as on weekends or designated days. These markets have the advantage of appealing to a wide variety of buyers and can bring in a lot of business for sellers. References (4) PC World: How to Start an Online Business for $100; Christopher NullEntrepreneur: How to Sell at Craft Fairs and Shows; Rosalind ResnickMississippi Auctioneers Association: Why Sell at Auction?Princeton Review: Antiques DealerAbout the Author Kendall Olsen has been writing for more than 20 years She is a University of Missouri-St. Louis Gateway Writing Project Fellow and has published instructional materials with the McDonald Publishing Company. Olsen holds an Ed.S. in educational technology, an M.Ed. in secondary English curriculum and instruction, a B.S. in elementary education and a B.A. in art history. bibliography-icon icon for annotation tool Cite this Article Choose Citation Style MLA APA Chicago (B) Olsen, Kendall. "Where to Sell Old Costume Jewelry." Small Business - Chron.com, http://smallbusiness.chron.com/sell-old-costume-jewelry-13845.html. 04 February 2019. Olsen, Kendall. (2019, February 04). Where to Sell Old Costume Jewelry. Small Business - Chron.com. 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