jewelry Archive

Hedy and Hedison Jewelry History

Costume Jewelry Collectors Int’lis pleased to host this article fromResearching Costume Jewelry  originally published

CJCI Partners with

We have great news for our CJCI CONVENTION 2021 attendees, and other friends of

What is Gripoix and Poured Glass in Jewelry, and What Isn’t

by Pamela Wiggins Siegel for CJCI   First, be aware that many types of

Jewelry Displays: Organizing and Enjoying Your Collection

by Kathryn Drury Wagner – Exclusively for CJCI Don’t just cram your treasures into

Eisenberg & Ralph Singer Jewelry: A Tale of Two Companies

By Susan Klein Bagdade – Exclusively for CJCI I confess. I saw the Eisenberg

Design Cards: Eisenberg and Others by Ralph Singer Co.

Below are additional design cards and jewelry photos accompanying the article Eisenberg & Ralph

Early Canadian Sterling & Enamel Souvenir Jewelry

by Patricia Gostick – Exclusively for CJCI Most tourists like to buy souvenirs as

The Advent of Costume Jewelry and Early Period Copies by Robin Deutsch for CJCI

Jewelry from Georgian Paste to Art Deco Rhinestones and Beyond Let me start by

Monet Jewelry of the 1930s by Pamela Y. Siegel

Monocraft Before Monet Monocraft made its mark in the jewelry business by focusing on

Sixteen Ways to Wear a Dress Clip

Many years ago, collectors participating in an online listserv pooled their ideas to come