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H. Pomerantz Co NY vintage costume jewellery

H. Pomerantz Co NY vintage costume jewellery

Gold and Faux Pearl Figural Insect Brooch. H. Pomerantz Co NY vintage costume jewellery

H. Pomerantz Co NY vintage costume jewellery

As you know, vintage ornaments are those that are more than 20 years old, but usually not yet 80. And if older, it is already antiques. Along with the beautiful design of the jewelry, the most valuable are those that were produced in the middle of the 20th century and ceased to exist several decades ago. It is these decorations that are most desired for collectors and fans of vintage jewelry. In fact, to such rarities the products of the American company H.Pomerantz & Co. New York belong. All ornaments, mostly brooches, labeled “H. Pomerantz & Co. N.Y.,” “H. Pomerantz Inc. N.Y.,” “H. Pomerantz Co.” and “H. Pomerantz” – are the rarest to date. The brand H. Pomerantz Co, NY was in business between 1880 and 1940. Unfortunately, the company ceased to exist in the 1960s.
Noteworthy, the auction value for some of the works of this jewelry company now already reaches more than thousand dollars !!! Undoubtedly, the brooch studded with clear rhinestones, and in particular, H. Pomerantz Co is a luxurious gift for a woman of any age with the most demanding taste. Striking in design beautiful costume jewelry by the brand can be a perfect choice for your fall, winter and spring wardrobe.

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Chrysoberyl cat’s eye favorable effects and properties

Chrysoberyl cat's eye favorable effects

Chrysoberyl cat’s eye favorable effects and properties

Chrysoberyl cat’s eye favorable effects and properties
Ancient Indian mages used a chrysoberyl cat’s eye to understand the language of animals. Also, with the help of this mystical stone, they predicted the future. Besides, Indians believed that the cat’s eye brings luck to its owner in financial affairs and helps to win in gambling. Noteworthy, the stone very quickly “remembers” the energy of its owner and removes negative energy from him.
Meanwhile, cat’s eye has a general health effect, able to fight liver diseases, heal blood diseases, strengthen the nervous system and fight depression.
According to Lithotherapists, all minerals that have the effect of a “cat’s eye” act in the same way. But, depending on the color of the stone, these or other therapeutic actions are intensified or diminished. For example, the cat’s eye helps ease attacks with bronchial asthma. Some folk healers believe that these stones are a good tool for treating various diseases of the throat and respiratory system. In the countries of the East, there is an opinion that, by fingering rosary made from a cat’s eye, it is possible to significantly reduce nervous tension.
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Arnold Isaacs Scaasi costume jewellery

Arnold Isaacs Scaasi costume jewellery

Gold plated emerald green rhinestone cocktail ring. Arnold Isaacs Scaasi costume jewellery

Arnold Isaacs Scaasi costume jewellery
Scaasi, in fact, is the inverted name of a Canadian fashion designer Arnold Isaacs (May 8, 1930 – August 3, 2015).
Born in 1930, the future fashion and jewelry designer Arnold Scaasi grew up in a furrier’s family. Of course, the boy often helped his father in his workshop. However, Arnold decided to become a designer after his trip to Australia to his aunt, who was a great fashionista.
Arnold Isaacs graduated from the School of Design in his native Montreal, and then enrolled in the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture (Syndicate of High Fashion) in Paris. Then he worked at Paquin House, and finally moved to New York, at the invitation of the studio of the legendary designer Charles James.
Noteworthy, his clients were ex-first ladies Mami Eisenhower, Barbara Bush, Hillary Clinton and Laura Bush, Ivanka Trump, Princess Yasmine Aga Khan, and Baroness Wendy De Vere Austin. And of course, such actresses as Barbara Streisand, Elizabeth Taylor, Catherine Deneuve and Joan Crawford. To the admirers of his talent, Arnold dedicated the book “Women I Have Dressed (and Undressed!)” . According to the designer, clothes with jewelry decorations look more interesting and more interesting to wear.
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Jewellery decorations to meet the Yellow Earth Dog

Jewellery decorations to meet the Yellow Earth Dog

Gold coin with the image of the symbol of 2018. Jewellery decorations to meet the Yellow Earth Dog

Jewellery decorations to meet the Yellow Earth Dog
Indeed, what is the best choice for meeting the main winter holiday – New Year’s Day? According to Chinese horoscope, the new 2018 belongs to the yellow earth dog. However, the very New Year’s day still belongs to the Red Rooster. So, you should respect both signs. Sunny colors and glitter of gold, jewelry and accessories should not be screaming. Meanwhile, the very combination of color and the elements of the future symbol of the year implies their presence, especially on New Year’s Eve. In short, in the priority – jewelry from gold.
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Andrew Logan multicolored mirror glass jewellery

Andrew Logan multicolored mirror glass jewellery

Work by British artist Andrew Logan multicolored mirror glass jewellery

Andrew Logan multicolored mirror glass jewellery
Famous modern British artist, sculptor and jewelry designer Andrew Logan creates amazing ornaments from used and new glass. Meanwhile, each decoration is a miniature sculpture, made by hand from a multicolored mirror glass and semi-precious stones, set in resin. According to his ornaments, the favorite motifs of the designer are fauna, flora, planets, celebrities, fashion and gods.
Andrew Logan became known in Russia since his first exhibition in Moscow, in the gallery “Rose of Azora” at the first art fair “Art-Moscow”. The exposition of works of the artist became a sensation and entered the top-lists of the fair. Noteworthy, Andrew Logan himself is a man of style. A man of legend, he is the author of the contest “Alternative Miss World” in London. The talented designer has created a stunning gallery of jewelry work, which immediately became appreciated by the fashionable audience. All glossy magazines featured works by Logan, and in particular, Logan himself, because the very image of this man is the ideal embodiment of the “esthetic” bohemia of the late twentieth century. In fact, Andrew Logan – one of those who determined the external appearance of the world in which we live.
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Masterpieces of Alice Caviness Costume Jewelry

Masterpieces of Alice Caviness Costume Jewelry

Brooch – textured metal of gold tone, artificial rubies. 1960’s. Masterpieces of Alice Caviness Costume Jewelry

Masterpieces of Alice Caviness Costume Jewelry
American jewelry designer Alice Caviness started making jewelry right after the Second World War. Based in Long Island, New York, her company continued production after her death in 1983. Meanwhile, her jewelry is very diverse: necklaces, earrings, brooches, cameos, motifs of fruits and animal figurines. For the production of these exquisite decorations used high-quality materials, in particular crystals of unusual color. Labeled “Alice Caviness”, most of them are rare and very popular among collectors.
In fact, on the design and production of these masterpieces of costume jewellery worked Caviness herself and Millie Petronzio who worked for Caviness until 1982. However, at that time Millie Petronzio became head designer for Miriam Haskell. Alice Caviness jewelry is always distinctive and unusual.
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MGM Queen jewellery lover Norma Shearer

MGM Queen jewellery lover Norma Shearer

Marie Antoinette played by MGM Queen, jewellery lover Norma Shearer

MGM Queen jewellery lover Norma Shearer
“An adventure can become a dark spot or a bright adornment in the picture of life. It all depends on what woman experienced it, “– American-Canadian actress, winner of the Oscar for the film The Divorcee Norma Shearer.

Noteworthy, Hollywood diva Norma Shearer loved and wore lots of jewellery, both in life and in films. In particular, in the Collection of Academy Award winning actress Norma Shearer was a gold, platinum and diamond necklace (est. $150/200,000). Retailed by famed Hollywood jeweler Flato, the necklace is a wonderful example of Flato at his best and most dramatic days. In fact, Norma Shearer bought it around 1941 when both she and the designer were in their heyday. Created by Flato’s talented designer George Headley as a cascade of flowers, diamond-set leaves and a bow, this jewel decorated a 1941 edition of Vogue magazine.
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