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Ballet Jewels Inc vintage costume jewelry

Ballet Jewels Inc vintage costume jewelry

Vintage oval brooch. Gold tone bijouterie alloy, faux turquoise. 4.5 cm. 1960s. Ballet Jewels Inc vintage costume jewelry

Ballet Jewels Inc vintage costume jewelry
Before Harold P. Bass founded his own jewelry company, he successfully worked for Bass-Weiner inc. Thus, according to the patent office, he patented one of his own jewelry designs on July 7, 1942. However, in the early 1950s, Weiner and Bass parted ways. Harold founded his own company, Ballet Jewels Inc. in New York City (1952). Harold had a son, Thomas, who later became vice president of the company.
Noteworthy, such famous brands as DeLizza&Elster made jewelry for Ballet Jewels Inc.

Today, the company located at 389 5th Ave, is still operating, but its policy and its management have changed. Now it is a premier global supplier of private label costume jewelry and wholesaler of precious metal & gemstone jewelry.

Coronavirus shaped vintage brooch. Gold tone, faux pearl

This abstract design three-dimensional vintage brooch pin resembles Coronavirus. Gold tone, faux pearl, signed Ballet

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Ballet Jewels Inc vintage costume jewelry

Blue Beads Dome shaped gold tone clip on earrings

Blue Beads Dome shaped gold tone clip on earrings signed Ballet

Pansy flower clip on earrings. Gold tone textured metal, faux rhinestones

Pansy flower clip on earrings signed Ballet. Gold tone textured metal, faux rhinestones

Sunflower brooch. Gold tone, Aurora borealis rhinestones

Sunflower brooch. Gold tone, Aurora borealis rhinestones

Swirl pattern textured gold tone clip on earrings

Swirl pattern textured gold tone clip on earrings, signed ballet

Three-dimensional textured gold tone metal, diamond crystals

Three-dimensional bracelet. Textured gold tone metal, diamond crystals, signed ballet

July 7, 1942 patent H.P. Bass

Locked lips unique design of pin brooch July 7, 1942 patented by H.P. Bass