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Roberto Cavalli costume jewelry

Roberto Cavalli costume jewelry

Night hawk butterfly with wings adjustable ring. Jewelery alloy, blue enamel, hand painted. Roberto Cavalli costume jewelry

Roberto Cavalli costume jewelry
Jewelry by Roberto Cavalli – a sparkling scattering of jewelry that has conquered the whole world with its quality and magnificence of performance. Both housewives and Hollywood stars wear jewelry by a famous Italian designer.
Born in Florence, Italy, Roberto Cavalli grew up in an artistic family. In particular, Robert’s grandfather Giuseppe Rossi was a world famous artist. And Cavalli himself studied at the Florentine Academy of Arts. Cavalli opened his first fashion boutique in Saint-Tropez in 1972.
Noteworthy, in 1998, Roberto Cavalli began producing costume jewelry called “Just Cavalli”. The brand surprises us with a variety of designs including ethnic style, plant and animal motifs. Traditionally, jewelry makers use silver and gold tone jewelry alloys, Swarovski crystals, precious and semi-precious stones and beads. Also, they confidently use jewelry enamel of various colors.
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Gerard Yosca vintage costume jewelry

Coral star brooch. The coral collection, 1993. Rhinestones, gold tone jewelry alloy, coral color enamel. Gerard Yosca vintage costume jewelry

Coral star brooch. The coral collection, 1993. Rhinestones, gold tone jewelry alloy, coral color enamel. Gerard Yosca vintage costume jewelry

Gerard Yosca vintage costume jewelry
Located in New York, the Gerard Yosca workshop is a small production studio that has been creating jewelery for over 35 years. Gerard has an excellent education, he is a graduate of the famous Parsons School of Design in New York. Noteworthy, all Gerard Yosca decorations assembled only by hand. It is high-quality costume jewelry, made from the best selected materials, with the use of antique jewelry elements. Working in his New York studio, he combines a great variety of materials. Among them are enamels, colored faceted beads, wood, exotic stones, antique amulets and much more.
The designer created exclusive jewelry for such famous brands as Ralph Lauren, Oscar de la Renta, Nanette Lepore and Nicole Miller. Stars like Hillary Clinton, Jennifer Aniston, Gwyneth Paltrow, Oprah Winfrey, Taylor Swift, Salma Hayek, and many others wear his unique costume jewelry.
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Pakula vintage costume jewelry

Pakula vintage costume jewelry

Gold Poppy brooch. Textured gold tone metal, glass beads. 1980s. Pakula vintage costume jewelry

Pakula vintage costume jewelry
The American jewelry brand Pakula (Jewelry Co) originated in Chicago in 1932 and continued to produce jewelery until 1997. In fact, Pakula jewelery is extremely rare and in high demand among collectors and vintage costume jewelry lovers.
The range of jewelry was very diverse. The company offered to the public both – home-made jewelery and did wholesale sales of costume jewelry and accessories made by other companies. In particular, DeLizza, Elster and Hollycraft. But without exception, all Pakula decorations demonstrated their impeccable quality and expressive design. Traditionally, when creating jewelery, the Pakula craftsmen used jewelry alloys of gold and silver tones, faux pearls and high quality rhinestones. Also, they used fashionable material at that time – colored enamel, which, in combination with the gold surface formed an unusually beautiful duet.
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Star Staret vintage costume jewelry

Star Staret vintage costume jewelry

‘Remember Pearl Harbor’ brooch. Staret, 1942. Gold plated metal, red, white and blue enamel, rhinestones. Pearl substitutes the word ‘pearl’. 6.7 cm. Star Staret vintage costume jewelry

Star Staret vintage costume jewelry
Chicago based company Star Novelty Jewelry Co., Inc with a head office at 322 South Franklin Street, began making costume jewelry in 1925. At first, the jewelers marked their decorations (in the period 1925-1940) as “Star”. However, the company changed its name to Staret in the 1940s. So, after 1940s they began marking their pieces “Staret”. Noteworthy, the company ceased operations in 1947.
According to advertisements in Vogue (September 1940 and December 1941), Star jewelers created “Costume Brilliants”. Indeed, the use of high quality crystals, imitation of topaz, ruby, emerald, sapphire and amethyst created such impression. Traditionally, Star jewelers used gold or silver-plated, or rhodium-plated metal, also enamel of various colors. High quality handmade pieces of jewelry, exquisite design and talented work of masters make these decorations collectible. Their collections included beautiful figural and floral designs. In my opinion, no less attractive are patriotic theme brooches. According to some designs, not only Star company produced its own jewelry lines, but other jewelers of the time (for example, Rice-Weiner) also worked for Star.
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Sweet Romance vintage costume jewelry

Sweet Romance vintage costume jewelry

Flag bow patriotic pin brooch. Enamel, rhinestones, jewelry alloy. Sweet Romance vintage costume jewelry

Sweet Romance vintage costume jewelry
Amazing jewelry, inspired by the memories of the past, Sweet Romance jewelry is an old style at its best! Undoubtedly, these are collectibles, magnificent creations of the chief designer of the jewelry company, art historian Shelley Cooper.
According to Shelley Cooper, women yearn for the unique, sentimental, bizarre and charming jewels of the past. And Shelley Cooper tries to fill this longing in each of her projects, including the stylistic accent of particular historical periods. Thus, she seeks to create things that are becoming family heirlooms passed down from generation to generation.
For nearly 40 years, Shelley Cooper has been creating unique jewelery similar to antique jewelery at a factory in Los Angeles. Traditionally, her jewelry consists of a series of jewelry united by one theme. For example, insects – one of her favorite themes, stunning in their diversity and beauty. All decorations have marks “Sweet Romance USA”, however, some products, labeled for example, “Ollipop”, its branch, also belong to Sweet Romance.
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Park Lane vintage costume jewelry

Park Lane vintage costume jewelry

Fish brooch. Gold tone alloy, black enamel, crystals. Park Lane vintage costume jewelry

Park Lane vintage costume jewelry

Founded by a family couple Arthur and Shirley Levine in Chicago in 1955, Park Lane Corporation is the world’s leading direct selling (in-home) trading company. In fact, the most famous designers created decorations for this brand at different times. This perhaps, explains quite different lines of their costume decorations – from Art Deco and abstract to Egyptian motifs and nature inspired designs. However, they still have something in common – rich decor, large forms and the desire to transmit the main idea of ​​every US citizen – the “American dream”. It is from here – the abundance of gilded elements, pearls and colored crystals. Noteworthy, all decorations from Park Lane have a lifetime warranty and according to the designers, made for tomorrow.
Featured here pieces – stunning vintage decorations created in 60-80s of the last century. Traditionally, Park Lane jewelers used silver and gold tone jewelry alloy, multicolor cabochons, rhinestones and Ausatrian crystals. Also, enamel of various colors, lucite and faux pearls. Marked Park Lane, all of these brooches, earrings, and pendants – high quality decorations which price will grow every year.
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Ermani Bulatti vintage costume jewelry

Ermani Bulatti vintage costume jewelry

Bulk brooch Lizard on the leaves. Bronze tone jewelery alloy, mother of pearl. A small figure of a lizard, studded with small faceted rhinestones. Ermani Bulatti vintage costume jewelry

Ermani Bulatti vintage costume jewelry

Inspired by the mystery of the universe, the famous Dutch designer Ermani Bulatti has become the author of truly unique decorations. Noteworthy, the peak of his laconic masterpieces fell on the 70-80s of the last century. Traditionally, his designs include Art Deco style, elements of Italian and Egyptian culture, and combination of living and inanimate nature. Slender geometry of lines and unusual dragonflies and butterflies, mysterious lizards and huge crystals. The classic forms of Ermani Bulatti jewelry, except Swarovski faceted crystals, often included mother of pearl, shells, pearls, ivory, silk and semi-precious stones. The base metal – washed or oxidized in old silver, gold, tin or bronze. All jewelry – made by hand, with careful study of all small details. Marked Ermani Bulatti, products of this period were sold only in elite boutiques of London, Milan, Paris and Amsterdam.
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