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Reja costume jewellery

Reja costume jewellery. Rare Collectable ornaments - silver broocha, book piece. marked Sterling, 1945

Reja costume jewellery. Rare Collectible ornament – silver brooch Goose, book piece. marked Sterling, 1945

The company was founded in New York City by the designer – jeweler Solomon Finkelstein in 1939. Initially, a small but promising brand was named Deja Costume Jewelry Inc., but later, in January 1941, the creators had to change the name to Reja. Solomon Finkelstein was not only the owner of Reja, but the main designer. All jewelry pieces were made mostly by hand, in small batches, and only for sale at retail. Therefore, so little jewelry of the brand have survived. In the production of jewelry was actively used rhinestone to simulate diamonds, moonstones and crystals of very high quality. One of the most popular considered series of enamel berries and birds made both in silver, and on the basis of jewelry alloys. A short, but colorful history of Reja brand ended in 1953, leaving us to remember Reja costume jewellery masterpieces.

Rare Collectable ornaments - Geese, silver brooches from the company Reja, book piece

Rare Collectable ornaments – Geese, silver brooches from the company Reja, book piece

Reja brooch and clips, vintage

Reja brooch and clips, rare collectible vintage

Reja vintage brooch 1943-1950s

Vintage brooch made in the period of 1943-1950s by jewelry company Reja

The original antique fur clip from the company 'Deja' from early collection 'Fruits', enamel, crystals, 1930-1941

The original antique fur clip from the company ‘Deja’ from early collection ‘Fruits’, enamel, crystals, 1930-1941

Vintage brooch by the company Reja

Vintage brooch by the company Reja

Reja costume jewellery

Brooch, marked Reja Sterling, dates back to 1945, materials – sterling silver, gold-plated, crystal, glass jewelry

Reja costume jewellery

Reja silver brooch, vintage, 1940s

Reja Sterling vintage brooch, early-mid 40s, sterling silver, crystal, jewellery glass

Sweet delicate flower pin from Reja. Thin sterling stems lightly covered with gold rise up to pristine aqua marine rhinestones. Long leaves curl around with small clear rhinestones on the edge

Reja Sterling vintage brooches, early to mid-40s

Reja Sterling vintage brooches, early to mid-40s

Reja costume jewellery

Reja vintage brooch of 1940s

Silver Brooch 'Emerald Pheasant' by Reja, vintage 40s

Silver Brooch ‘Emerald Pheasant’ by Reja, vintage 40s

Vintage Brooch 'black girl', carrying a jug on her head by Reja

Vintage Brooch ‘black girl’, carrying a jug on her head by Reja

Vintage brooches by Reja, 1940-1950s

Vintage brooches by Reja, 1940-1950s

Reja vintage brooch Confucius and clips. 1stdibs.com

Reja vintage brooch Confucius and clips. 1stdibs.com

Court Jester, rare vintage brooch by Reja

Court Jester, rare vintage brooch by Reja

Court Jester, Reja rare brooches made in 1945

Court Jester, Reja rare brooches made in 1945

Court Jester, Reja 1945
Manufacturer Reja Inc.
designer – jeweler Solomon Finkelstein
Set made up of gold plated sterling brooch and screwback earrings with red enameled mouth, green and pink stones and rhinestones, depicting the head of a jester on a stilt. The name “Court Jester” was used in an article that appeared in WWD, 10th August 1945, in which Reja’s fall 1945 collection was praised thus: “Particularly striking are the court jesters on long thin stilts. According to the manufacturer of the brooches – of which there were two versions: a front and a profile view – they should be worn together”.

Fly brooch by Reja

Fly, rare vintage brooch by the company Reja

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