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jewelry: costume by company
American Costume Jewelry: Art & In-
dustry, 1935-1950, N-Z.
Roberto & Carla
Ginelli Brunialti. This volume, N-Z, continues
with Norma Jewelry Corp., through Rebajes,
Réja, Trifari, to Uncas Manufacturing, with
the chapter on Patriotic and Jelly Belly jewelry.
200 Years of American Manufactured
Jewelry & Accessories.
Suzanne Marshall.
Jewelry and accessories manufactured in the
United States have made their way around the
world and are found in collections everywhere.
Here are the buttons and jewelry, match safes,
cufflinks, mesh purses, and compacts, from the
early 1800s through the 1960s. Size:81/2"x11"
• 298 color photos/267 b&w illus. • Price Guide •
The Best of Costume Jewelry.
4th Edition
. Nancy Schiffer. Some of the most
beautiful pieces of costume jewelry made since
the 1940s are presented in full color photo-
graphs. The visual creations are enriched by
an introduction by Lawrence Feldman of Fior
in London. A value guide is included along with
an index to make this book a useful, beautiful
guide for collectors.
All That Glitters.
Revised 3rd Edition
. J.L. Lynnlee.
A richly illustrated review of the trends and influences
in costume jewelry from the 1920s through the 1960s.
Hundred of pieces are shown in color, along with a short
history of jewelry, the evolution of costume jewelry,
important companies, a glimpse at the industry, hints
on testing real versus costume jewelry, and a current
price guide make this a great collector’s reference.
Price Guide • 128 pp.
Costume Jewelry: The Fun of Collecting.
Revised & Expanded 3rd Edition
. Nancy
Schiffer. Colorful, large-stone jewelry is a delight
to own and wear. This fun of collecting is imag-
inatively captured in appealing photographs of
1593 pieces of jewelry. A factual text and current
price guide complete the collector’s experience.
Price Guide • 176 pp.
Costume Jewelry: The Great Pretenders.
4th Edition-revised
. Lyngerda Kelley & Nancy
Schiffer. Now in its fourth edition, this book offers
over 1000 examples of highly popular styles of
costume jewelry by important designers in 382
color photos. Chanel, Schiaparelli, Boucher,
Hobé, Miriam Haskell, Schreiner, Monet, Trifari,
Napier, Sarah Coventry, Hattie Carnegie, Nettie
Rosenstein, and Kenneth Jay Lane are included.
Price Guide/Index • 168 pp.
Fun Jewelry.
Revised 3rd Edition
. Nancy
N. Schiffer. Whimsical and playful, this jewelry
portrays animals, people, flowers, birds, fish,
insects, ingenious tremblers and duets, and
totally imaginary beasts in a style that all can
only be described as “fun.” Over 400 color
photos illustrate over 1000 pieces drawn from
many styles and times. Each is carefully described
with revised market values, and marked pieces
are identified.
Price Guide • 160 pp.
Jewelry of the Stars.
Joanne Dubbs Ball. Joseff
of Hollywood provided the extraordinary designs
for the 90% of the jewelry that appeared in the
movies of Hollywood’s golden years. In wonderful
colorphotos,his jeweledmasterpiecesarerevisited
Avalueguide is included for thecollector.
Costume Jewelers: The Golden Age of
Revised & Expanded 3rd Edition
Joanne Dubbs Ball. The art of costume jewelry
is explored in 100s of color photos and personal
glimpses of the elite core of artists responsible
for them including such masters as Chanel, Dior,
Joseff, Haskell, Boucher, Lane, Trifari, and many
more. This revised edition features new photos
and pricing information for today’s market.
Price Guide • 208 pp. ISBN: 0-7643-1084-4 •
Masterpieces of Costume Jewelry.
anne Dubbs Ball & Dorothy Hehl Torem. This
important reference takes an in-depth journey
in the phenomenal ascent of costume jewelry
through the 20th century. The costume jewelry
designers are discussed individually and their
work is displayed in hundreds of magnificent
photographs, along with significant unsigned
Price Guide • 208 pp.
Fabulous Costume Jewelry: History of Fan-
tasy and Fashion in Jewels.
Vivienne Becker.
A lavish retrospective of commercial costume
jewelry from the 18th to the 20th century. In
addition to hundreds of color illustrated pieces,
it discusses the roots of jewelry movements, the
cultural trends that influenced jewelry designers,
and the women’s movement-and the effects
jewelry has had on women’s fashions. A price
guide is included for collectors.
Size:81/2"x11"•210photos•Price Guide • 232
pp. • ISBN:0-88740-531-2•hardcover•$39.95
Amber: Jewelry, Art, & Science.
Nancy P. S.
Hopp. Discover amber and the products made
from it, especially jewelry. The easy-to-read
format and over 320 color photographs and
drawings make it both informative and appealing.
The fascinatinghistoryof thisancientandunusual
stone is explained, and identification methods,
origins, amber products, carving techniques,
and care tips .
Size: 8 1/2" X 11" • 324 color photos • values ref-
Baubles, Buttons and Beads: The Heritage
of Bohemia.
Sibylle Jargstorf. With hundreds of
illustrated examples, this groundbreaking book
explores the jewels, craftsmanship, technological
development, and history of Bohemia. Gorgeous
color photos show the area’s artistry, its most
significant designers and manufacturers, and
their contributions to the art of jewelry, button,
and bead making.
Size:81/2"x11"•384colorphotos•Price Guide •
176 pp.•ISBN:0-88740-467-7•softcover•$29.95
jewelry: costume by company
Identifying Avon Jewelry.
Sandra Sturdivant.
3200 glittering jewelry items distributed by
Avon Products, Inc. from 1965 to 2006. An
authoritative guide to identifying each design
by its official name and date of release, based
on the original company brochures, along with
current market values. Also explores Avon
packaging and all the variations that are so
desirable among collectors today.
Avon® Collectible Fashion Jewelry and
Monica Lynn Clements & Patricia Rosser
Clements. Avon has been a major supplier of cos-
tume jewelrysincethe1970sandmuch is found in
pieces includingpopularholidaycreations, replicas
of historic masterpieces, men’s watches, children’s
160pp.• ISBN:0-7643-0523-9•softcover•$29.95
Hattie Carnegie® Jewelry: Her Life and
book showcases the fabulous Carnegie jewelry–
from glamorous rhinestone bracelets to exotic
Oriental pins. Showcased are earrings, necklaces,
sets, pins, and bracelets produced from the
1920s to the 1970s. Historical background,
jewelry marks and signatures, current values,
and collector tips are all included.
Price Guide • 160 pp.
Identifying Sarah Coventry Jewelry, 1949-
Sandra Sturdivant & Shirley Crabtree.
Explore, identify, and revel in Sarah Coventry
costume jewelry from 1949 to 2009. This in-
depth look at the history of the collection and
its various pieces contains more than 1,000
color images, and engaging text. This is a great
resource for collectors of costume jewelry, his-
torians, and fashion designers.
Size: 8 ½” x 11" • 1,063+ color images • Index
Jewelry From Sarah Coventry® and Em-
Kay Oshel. Showcases the popular
and fashionable jewelry by Sarah Coventry®
and Emmons® from 1949 - the early 1980s.
Shown are sets, brooches, earrings, necklaces,
rings, and bracelets. Captions provide item
names, production dates, original pricing, and
current values. Also includes company overview,
information on marks, collector hints, catalog
images, glossary, and index.
Sarah Coventry® Jewelry.
Kay Oshel. Sarah
Coventry jewelry, made from 1949 to 1984, is
very popular with today’s collectors. This beau-
tiful book provides detailed information about
dates of manufacture and company names for
Sarah Coventry brooches, earrings, necklaces,
bracelets, rings, and sets. Includes current market
values, original catalog material, interviews with
former employees, collector tips, glossary, index.
Price Guide/Index • 160 pp.
Fine Fashion Jewelry from Sarah Coven-
Jennifer A. Lindbeck. Over 400 stunning
color photos, with company history, original cata-
log pages and advertisements, retail and current
values, and an index will help you rediscover the
fine fashion jewelry and accessory lines from
Sarah Coventry. Included are bracelets, pierced
and clip earrings, pins, pendants, necklaces,
rings, belts, original packaging and much more.
Price Gude • 176 pp.
Sarah Coventry® Jewelry: An Unautho-
rized Guide for Collectors.
Monica Lynn
Clements & Patricia Rosser Clements. From the
1950s through the 1980s, women purchased
this unique line of costume jewelry exclusively at
the fashionable designs along with their current
market values. Rediscover the timeless appeal of
this increasingly popular line of collectible jewelry.
Price Guide • 160 pp.
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