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Vogue vintage costume jewelry

Vogue vintage costume jewelry

Mermaids silver and gold tone brooch. Collectible rarity, before 1947. Vogue vintage costume jewelry

Vogue vintage costume jewelry
Located in New York City, Park Importing Company began producing costume jewelry under the “Vogue” label in 1936. The company owners, founders and the main designers were Harold Shapiro and his partners Jack Gilbert and George Grant. Originally, the company specialized in manufacturing faux pearl jewelry and beads. Traditionally, Vogue costume jewelry demonstrated originality, innovation of design and very high quality. This explains the popularity and demand for Vogue decorations among costume jewelry lovers.
Having worked as the main designer of Vogue jewelry, Harold Shapiro left the company. And already in 1963, he and his son Bernard founded Les Bernard, Inc.
Noteworthy, the earliest pieces have marks “VOGUE JLRY”, or “VOGUE” and they are scarce on the market. Vogue company ceased operations in 1973.

Vogue vintage costume jewelry

Fly brooch. Gold tone jewelry alloy, marcasites. Vogue vintage costume jewelry

Signed Vogue Jlry

Signed Vogue Jlry

Vogue vintage costume jewelry