Vintage Jewelry FAQ
Vintage Jewelry Glossary
Vintage Jewelry Boxes by Incolay Stone
Looking for a Vintage Jewelry Box? There are many styles and sizes to choose from, but a vintage jewelry box will always be a treasure as ...
About Vintage Jewelry Hunt
Around 1985 I purchased my first vintage jewelry treasures. Two necklaces caught my eye, which I purchased from an antique dealer. After mak...
Vintage Jewelry in Peacock Art Glass
Vintage jewelry made from art glass is one of my favorites! I acquired this demi-parure set with brooch and earrings several years ago, and ...
Polychrome Art Glass Jewelry
Polychrome art glass jewelry provides a bright and colorful choice for accessorizing an outfit. Polychrome generally refers to when three or...
Vintage Style Steampunk Jewelry
Are you wondering what "steampunk" jewelry is? Your first clue is that it's not a brand! Steampunk jewelry is inspired by desi...
Czech Out This Gold Toned Brooch
Down through the ages, many styles of brooches have been viewed as "classic" pieces of jewelry. Although their clasps, pins, and p...
Vintage Jewelry Passion
As your passion for vintage jewelry grows, so will your frustration when you miss out on an opportunity to acquire that special piece or se...
Margot de Taxco Enamel Floral Bracelet and Earrings
Margo de Taxco silver jewelry is highly collectible, and the enameled pieces are to die for! As they say, we can't have everything in li...
Yesterdays Vintage Jewelry and Tomorrows Antiques
Yesterdays vintage jewelry will one day become tomorrows antiques, but when is something considered to be 'vintage' or 'antique&...
Vintage Plastic Jewelry in Bakelite, Thermoset and Celluloid
Bakelite on Wood Plastic vintage jewelry comes in a variety of shapes, colors, and styles. Celluloid, the earliest plastic developed, was...
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