Favourite Vintage Costume Jewellery Designers: MONET - Monet was founded in 1929 by Michael and Jay Chernow in Providence, Rhode Island, and became one of the leading names in costume jewellery design during the 1940s. By the 1980s Monet was producing jewellery for Yves Saint Laurent, and is still a successful company today. Pictured is a fabulous Monet gold plated collar necklace we had in stock, circa 1950s.
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Favourite Vintage Costume Jewellery Designers: CINER - Ciner was founded in 1892 in New York City by Emanuel Ciner. The company is still in business today and is run by the Ciner family. Ciner is known for high quality costume jewellery, and pieces have been worn by many celebrities including Elizabeth Taylor. Pictured is a luxurious Ciner ‘Jewels of India’ necklace we had in stock, with faux diamonds, emeralds, sapphires and rubies.
Favourite Vintage Costume Jewellery Designers: CHRISTIAN DIOR - In 1946 Christian Dior opened ‘Maison Dior’ in Paris. It was not until 1950 however that Dior began to make costume jewellery to match his clothing collections. Always well made, Dior has been one of the most successful couture companies to this day. Pictured is the fabulous large gold tone and burnt orange Christian Dior brooch designed for the launch of the Dune perfume in 1987.
Favourite Vintage Costume Jewellery Designers: CARL ART - The Carl Art jewellery company began in Providence, Rhode Island in 1936, and was founded by German immigrant Carl Schraysshuen and American businessman Arthur Loercher. They manufactured fine gold, gold-filled, and sterling silver jewellery. Pictured is Carl and Hedwig Schraysshuen in the 1940s, along with a couple of pieces we had in stock, a 1940s Carl Art gold filled bracelet and a pair of 1940s Carl Art gold filled earrings.