Stylish Geometric Necklace from famed copper jewelry designer. Approx. Size: 15" (45.5 cm) long; links range up to 1" (2.5 cm) Condition: Excellent, enamel is in great condition. Mark/Label: Matisse One of a kind vintage item. Get it before it’s gone.
Beautiful red enamel on copper necklace. Geometric design with rectangular links in varied lengths that hang from a band of horizontal copper links. Fold-over clasp. Matisse, inspired by the poplar 1950s collar style, named this design Peter Pan.
Matisse was a enamel on copper line by Renoir, one of the most famous makers of copper jewelry. Founded in 1946 the company was originally named Renoir of Hollywood, named for where the company was located. The company’s marks went through several additional iterations including Renoir of California, 1948; Hand Made Renoir of California 1952-1954, and finally just Renoir. Matisse jewelry was introduced in 1952. About the same time, a sterling silver line was also introduced called Sauteur. Renoir closed in 1964.
Approx. Size: Small - Medium, but please check measurements below. Condition: Very Good Mark/Label: None One of a kind vintage item – Buy Now
Classic 1960s summer chemise maxi dress. Bold red, black and white floral print, hibiscus and daisy. Long metal zipper down the front. Perfect for those hot summer days or for a cocktail party at the pool. Sleeveless vintage dress with rounded neck. Side slits for ease of movement and fabulous summer style. This is a vintage dress so please check measurements. Recommend hand or gentle cold wash, hang to dry. #FD128
Approx. Size: Small - Medium, but please check measurements below. Condition: Very Good Mark/Label: The Lilly, Lilly Pulitzer Inc. ® One of a kind vintage item – Buy Now
The classic 1960s summer Lilly Pulitzer chemise maxi dress From her line, The Lilly, this lightweight vintage dress is a cotton/floral blend floral print in orange, yellow, green and white. Perfect for those hot summer days or for a cocktail party at the pool. Sleeveless dress with rounded neck and V neckline. White Appliqué lace down each side, front and neckline. Side slits for ease of movement and fabulous summer style. Back metal zipper. Label size 12 but please this is a vintage size so please check measurements. 65% polyester, 35% cotton. Machine or hand wash. Do not place in dryer or dry clean. #FD128
Wide black enamel cuff bracelet from Kenneth Jay Lane (KJL). Large white flower with rhinestone stamen is the focal point of this stunning vintage cuff. Black enamel on silver metal hinged cuff bracelet. Additional rhinestone decoration around the flower. Unique and dimensional piece.
Kenneth Jay Lane is on 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 jewelry. By the late 60s he had opened his own design house. Lane has designed jewelry all across the price spectrum from unique designs for Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis to Avon; from Bergdorf Goodman to QVC. His jewelry is known for it's high quality and incredible style range from classic pearls and gold metal door knocker earrings to ethic tribal pieces and even over-the-top rococo and baroque designs. KJL has designed for many companies over the past 50 years and the age of his pieces can be determined by the mark. Every woman should have at least one piece of KJL in her collection.
Be the snake charmer with this classic coiled snake bracelet from Whiting & Davis
Approx. Size: Expands to fit most. Coils are each.50" (1.27 cm) wide.
Condition: Very good
Mark/Label: Whiting & Davis Mesh Bags
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The coiled snake is is their most famous piece of jewelry with it's initial debut in the 1890s. This particular bracelet in gold metal mesh is from the 1940s.
Whiting & Davis originally opened as the Wade, Davis & Co in 1876. In 1880 Charles Whiting joined the company and worked is way up the company from errand boy to artisan to the New York sales rep in ten years. In 1892, Charles Whiting wove by hand the first Whiting & Davis handbag from gold metal mesh, creating one of the first “It” handbags. The company also created their second iconic design, the snake bracelet late in the 1890s. By 1896, Charles Whiting had partnered with company cofounder Edward Davis and the name Whiting & Davis was born. Throughout the 20th century Whiting & Davis created highly sought after metal mesh handbags, jewelry and other accessories. The company is still in existence today using modern jewelry marks to differentiate new items from vintage pieces.
Luxurious rhinestone bracelet by noted costume jewelry company Coro
Approx. Size: 6.5" x .5" (16.5 x 12.5 cm)
Condition: Very good, no dead stones
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Large round sparkling rhinestones are set in a bright floral silver metal setting. Very pretty bracelet and perfecto for your vintage wedding.
Emanuel Cohn and Carl Rosenberger started Coro in1901 as a small accessories store on Broadway in New York City. The company officially changed it's name to Coro Inc., a combination of the two names, in 1943. Coro was once one of the largest costume jewelry companies in the world and employed many distinctive designers including Adolph Katz, design director; Gene Verecchio; Oscar Placco; Robert Geissmann and Massa Raimond. The company filed for bankruptcy in the late 1970s. Coro had a large number of jewelry lines. Check out the VJSE blog for a great article on Coro and Vendome.
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Large round Coro rhinestone bracelet in pastel colors of pink, yellow, green and blue. Each round faceted stone is separated by a stylized S-shaped spacer. Silver metal and rhodium backing really set off these sparkly rhinestones. Very well made. Fold-over clasp with safety chain.
Emanuel Cohn and Carl Rosenberger started Coro in1901 as a small accessories store on Broadway in New York City. The company officially changed it's name to Coro Inc., a combination of the two names, in 1943. Coro was once one of the largest costume jewelry companies in the world and employed many distinctive designers including Adolph Katz, design director; Gene Verecchio; Oscar Placco; Robert Geissmann and Massa Raimond. The company filed for bankruptcy in the late 1970s. Coro had a large number of jewelry lines.