Signed BED vintage costume jewelry
Signed Bed vintage costume jewelry
Traditionally, the designs of these vintage brooches and earrings incorporate a floral motif and the distinctive gold or silver-tone metal mesh used for the petals of these flowers. The double row of petals gives them more volume and a three-dimensional appearance. Aurora borealis rhinestones decorate the center of the flower. Also, many designs of these handcrafted pieces include multi-colored enamel. In general, these exquisite decorations are closer to artisan and even sculptural work.
Unfortunately, there is practically no information about an American jewelry company that produced stylish costume jewelry for a short time, around the 1950 – 1960s. They marking on the back includes capital letters BED with the copyright sign.
Noteworthy, the B.E.D. trademark for the production of brooches, pins, figurines, statues, and other products, was registered in June 2004 and existed for three years. The name of the employee who registered this trademark is Ellen J. Perkins. However, it is unknown if it has anything to do with vintage jewelry trademark B.E.D.