The square and rectangular design of these pieces are classic mid-century Approx. Size: Cuff Links: .75" (2 cm); Tie Clasp 2.5" (6 cm) Condition: Very Good Mark/Label: None One of a kind vintage item. Get it before it’s gone
Heavy brushed gold metal cufflinks and tie bar. Square cut rhinestones are inset in each piece. Price for the three-piece set. Very snazzy.
This KJL necklace is a smashing combination of white faux pearls, faceted black glass beads and small black and rhinestone studded spacers.
The black spacers make each individual pearls really stand out.
A glamorous version of his famous three strand necklaces.
Vintage 1990s piece.
KJL is one of the most successful costumer jewelers of all time. He got his start designing shoes for Delman and Christian Dior, using his free time to create fun and flashy jewelry. By the late 60s, he had opened his own design house. Lane has designed jewelry across the price spectrum from unique design from Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis to Avon; from Bergdorf Goodman to QVC. His jewelry is known for high quality and incredible style range including classic pearls to ethnic tribal pieces and even over the top rococo and baroque pieces. Every woman should have at least one piece of KJL in her collection. KJL has designed for many companies over the past 50 years and the age of his pieces can be determined by the mark. Check out our blog article on Kenneth Jay Lane.
Abstract leaf vintage brooch in gold metal with a very nubby texture. Rhinestones are round and navette shaped. Stones are suspended in the middle of the mounting for extra shine. Shiny gold metal edge for extra flair.
The Emmons Jewelry Co. & Sarah Coventry. Lyman K. Stuart, son of Charles H. Stuart, founded Emmons Home Fashions in 1948, naming the company in honor of his mother, Caroline Emmons Stuart. Soon afterward, the company's name was changed to Emmons Jewelry, Inc.
Sarah Coventry jewelry was introduced not long after the Emmons brand was born, and both lines were sold at home parties. The newer line's name honored Lyman Stuart's granddaughter, Sarah Coventry Beale (although some references claim that Sarah was his daughter). Coventry jewelry was typically less expensive than the Emmons-branded designs.
Emmons contracted with jewelry manufacturers to provide the styles the company felt its customers would purchase. Jewelry for both brands was often sold in matching sets. Sarah Coventry jewelry was most popular during the 1950s and 1960s and continued to be offered at home parties for a few years after Emmons 1981 bankruptcy.
Would a perfect bridal hat for an evening wedding Approx. Hat Size: 22" (56 cm); Total Diameter: 12" (30.5); Height of Brim: 3"(5 cm) Condition: Very good. Mark/Label: Marche Exclusive; Empress Western German felt One of a kind - Get it before it's gone.
This 1950s Marche cocktail hat is a dazzler.
Cream wool felt with gold and white sequin art deco design.
This style hat with an upturned brim is called a Breton.
Has inside comb to keep the hat on your head.
Marche was a label active in the 1940s - 60s. Mentioned and/or advertised in fashion magazines in the 1940s
Cluster bead earrings are always so stylish and these are perfect for both casual or party wear. Approx. Size: 1" diameter (2.5 cm) Condition: Very good Mark/Label: None One of a kind vintage item. Get it before it’s gone.
Classic clips earrings with an array of black and crystal beads. Combination of clear faceted bead and silver metal ribbed beads. Silver metal setting.