Pennino Jewelry Photo Gallery

Costume Jewelry Collectors Int’l
is pleased to host this photo gallery from
Researching Costume Jewelry

 originally published by Dotty Stringfield on IllusionJewels.com

 

Pennino Brothers made some of the most beautiful costume jewelry available from 1926 until 1966.  They wanted their jewelry to look like comparable fine jewelry, and because of their high standards, Pennino jewelry was always in demand.  Somewhat rare and very collectible today, it is often in very good condition even after being worn for years.
 

If you have images of Pennino jewelry you would like to donate to the gallery, please email your submissions to [email protected] (not .com). All donors are credited. All images are the property of RCJ and the persons who supplied the photos.
 


Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Jim Katz.

Courtesy Liz Bryman.

Courtesy Brenda Nurenberg.

Courtesy Brenda Nurenberg.

Courtesy Linn Alber

Courtesy Brenda Nurenberg.

Courtesy Brenda Nurenberg.

Courtesy Elizabeth Nyland.

Courtesy Pat Seal.

Courtesy Susan Williams.

Courtesy Ellen Solway.

Courtesy Jeri Steenwerth.

Courtesy Jeri Steenwerth.

Courtesy Norma Adams.

Courtesy Jeri Steenwerth.

Courtesy Eileen Holman.

Courtesy Nicole Goodwin.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Ellen Solway.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Shirley Webb

Courtesy Carole Tanenbaum
photo by Chris Curreri.

Courtesy Carole Tanenbaum
photo by Chris Curreri.

Courtesy Carole Tanenbaum
photo by Chris Curreri.

Courtesy Carole Tanenbaum
photo by Chris Curreri.

Courtesy Robin Deutsch.

Courtesy Cathy Gordon

Courtesy Linn Alber

Courtesy Georjean West

Courtesy Linn Alber

Courtesy Pat Seal.

Courtesy Susan Batterton

Courtesy Marilyn Brown

Courtesy Robin Deutsch.

Courtesy Lyn Peightal

Courtesy Dotty Stringfield

Courtesy Tracy DeLoach

Courtesy Tracy DeLoach

Courtesy Penny Bowser
Pennino mark on back

Courtesy Robin Deutsch.

Courtesy Georjean West

Courtesy ID: seeker115.

Courtesy Kelly Marks.

Courtesy Tony Weeks

Courtesy Stefanie Brawner

Courtesy Annette Young

Courtesy Linda Kent

Courtesy Carol J. Baker

Courtesy Robin Deutsch Collection

The dangles hang to the side; Courtesy Pam Kirch

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Nancy Hopper.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Sue Sinclaire.

Courtesy Lilly Vittetow.

Courtesy Robin Deutsch.

Courtesy Robert A. Dibble

Courtesy Joy Tumlin

Courtesy Linda Lange

Courtesy Lyn Peightal

Courtesy Beth Rowlands

Courtesy Diane Twilley

Courtesy Rebecca Scott

Courtesy Annette E. Young

Courtesy Gwen Houston

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Luda Tovey

Courtesy Robin Deutsch.

Courtesy Kathleen Lareaut

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Cathy Gordon

Courtesy Mary Baker

Courtesy Brenda Adams

Courtesy Linda Kent

Courtesy Carole Tanenbaum
photo by Chris Curreri.

Courtesy Jennifer Lynn’s Timeless Jewelry.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy Beth Rowlands.

Courtesy MJ DeCourley

Courtesy Dotty Stringfield
WTB mate to this earring

 

Learn more about Pennino jewelry:

 
Three Neopolitan Princes and the Legacy of Pennino

Pennino Jewelry History: The Jewelry

Pennino Jewelry History: The Legacy


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