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E 5555 (example) — See BOUCHER
E.P.H. — See STERN, LOUIS
EAM — See ELGIN AMERICAN
EAM CO. — See ELGIN AMERICAN
EAR CHARMERS — See CORO
EARRITE — See BOUCHER
EBSON — See BRAUDE
EDGAR BEREBI — See BEREBI, EDGAR
EDLEE CREATIONS — NYC — at least 1949 – c. 1960’s
EISENBERG – c. 1935-present (2013)
EISENSTADT MANUFACTURING CO. — St. Louis, MO
ELITE (script) — See CORO
ELIZABETH COOKE – contemporary artist – Franklin, TN
ELOXAL — Germany c. 1940’s — ?
ELZAC — 1941 to at least 1946
EMJ — See EMMONS
EMMONS JEWELERS, INC., Newark, NY — founded by Charles H. Stuart — Feb. 1949– March 1981
EMPIRE MADE — c. 1960
The McKinley Tariff Act of 1891 required countries to mark items imported into the US with the country of origin. “England”, “Made in England” and “Made in Britian” have been used since that time.
ERICKSON BEAMON – New York, NY – 1980s to present
Entry updated 4/21/21 by Pamela Wiggins Siegel.
ESPO-FLEX MFG., INC. — Providence, RI
EVANS — North Attleboro, MA; c. 1920’s–at least through 1965
EXQUISITE — UK (Watson Ltd. c. 1900 till late1970’s?
PAT SEAL: research files
DOTTY STRINGFIELD: research files
BOBYE SYVERSON: research files.
A TRIBUTE TO AMERICA by Carla and Roberto Brunialti
AMERICAN COSTUME JEWELRY by Carla and Roberto Brunialti
AMERICAN JEWELRY MANUFACTURERS by Dorothy T. Rainwater
COLLECTIBLE COSTUME JEWELRY by Cherri Simonds
COLLECTING COSTUME JEWELRY 101 By Julia Carroll
COLLECTING COSTUME JEWELRY 202 By Julia Carroll
COLLECTING RHINESTONE COLORED JEWELRY by Maryanne Dolan
COPPER ART JEWELRY by Burkholz and Kaplan
COSTUME JEWELRY A PRACTICAL HANDBOOK AND GUIDE by Fred Rezazadeh
COSTUME JEWELRY (2nd Ed.) by Harrice Simons Miller
EUROPEAN DESIGNER JEWELRY by Ginger Moro
INSIDE THE JEWELRY BOX By Ann Pitman
LUCILLE TEMPESTA: owner-publisher of the Vintage Fashion & Costume Jewelry Magazine
MASTERPIECES OF COSTUME JEWELRY by Ball and Torem
MID-CENTURY PLASTIC JEWELRY By Susan Klein
MIRIAM HASKELL JEWELRY by Cathy Gordon and Sheila Pamfiloff
OLD JEWELRY by Jeanenne Bell
WARMAN’S JEWELRY 2nd Ed. by Christie Romero
WARMAN’S JEWELRY 3rd Ed. by Christie Romero
1922 TradeMarks of Jewelry & Kindred Trades
1934 Keystone Jewelry Trade Mark Book
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