Vintage Heidi Daus Jewelry Buying Guide

Those of you not as familiar with Heidi Daus jewelry are in for a visual treat. Her collection features statement pieces of the highest order, with intricate designs,

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Vintage Les Bernard Jewelry Buying Guide

Les Bernard costume jewelry was original, innovative, and very high quality and was beloved by those with exquisite taste.  Looking for vintage Les Bernard jewelry? Learn about the

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Vintage Juicy Couture Jewelry Guide

If you are looking for vintage Juicy Couture jewelry, then you have come to the right place. Here you will learn about the history, materials, jewelry marks, our

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Vintage Christmas Jewelry – History and Designers

Looking for vintage Christmas jewelry? Learn about the history, designers, and where to buy in this guide. Since Victorian times, people have worn decorative items to show their

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Vintage Kirks Folly Jewelry Guide

“Dreams Really Do Come True” Their jewelry is fabulous, fantastical, whimsical and playful. If you are looking for vintage Kirks Folly jewelry, then you have come to the

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Vintage Laurel Burch Jewelry Guide

If you are looking for vintage Laurel Burch jewelry, then you have come to the right place. Here you will learn about the history, materials, jewelry marks, our

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Vintage Carolee Jewelry Buying Guide

If you are looking for vintage Carolee Jewelry, then you have come to the right place. Here you will learn about the history, materials, jewelry marks, our favorite

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Extasia Jewelry Guide

Looking for Vintage Extasia Jewelry? Learn about history, jewelry marks, materials used, collectible pieces, and where to buy in this guide. A Brief History of Extasia Jewelry California

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Guide to Vintage Avon Jewelry

If you are looking to add some vintage Avon jewelry to your collection, you have come to the right place. In this guide you will learn about the

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Most Valuable Coro Jewelry

In 1903, Emanuel Cohn (“Co”) and Carl Rosenberger (“ro”) opened an accessories boutique and later expanded into jewelry. Neither man could design jewelry, so they hired Adolph Katz

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