Making Jewelry is a time consuming process, requiring perfection from a team of artists and craftsmen from the original design to the production of the finished piece
The creation of the jewelry is a three part process: the original design, the making of an original model and the execution of a finished piece.
The motivation of the original design is inspired by nature, imagination and the desire to create the best piece of jewelry possible. Initially the designer has a mental visualization of the piece. Sometimes designs take no time at all but sometimes hours are spent massing the idea into a valid design.
The second step is the most time consuming part of this process. Without a perfect model, a perfect piece is not possible. Perfection comes with the investment of up to eighty hours per model to create. This attention to detail is vital, without it, the design would just be ordinary. The model is then cast, painstakingly finished and expertly molded.
Reproducing the original design is the last step and requires a focused and patient craftsmen through the whole process. As many as eight different individuals with specialized talents will be involved and only perfection is permitted through every step.
This type of piece is what we seek and find for YOU.
This guide shows how the designers are categorized in regards to pricing by highlighted color. This is only a guide, as it all depends on size, condition and desirability of the piece of jewelry.
Yellow indicates the most expensive items.
Green indicates the next most expensive; those in the mid price range.
Pink indicates the least expensive of these designers.
David Anderson Norway-or any Norway
Czechoslovakia (most signed on tiny spring clasp-lots not signed)
CIS Countess Cis Zoltowska,
Georg Jenson (Most expensive)
Hankell (Miriam) (most expensive)
Hobe (most expensive)
Hollywood (Joseph of)
Jewels by Bogoff
Joseff of Hollywood
Juliana-unsigned-no marks many pieces-used Marquise rhinestones & 7 section bracelets, prongs)
KJL-Kenneth J. Lane
KP Knoll & Pregizer
Kenneth J (KJL)
KTF (see Trifari)
Marcel Boucher (Phrygian cap)
Ming's (any) (most expensive)
Miriam Haskell (most expensive)
Original by Robert
Schiaperelli (most expensive)
Schreiner (most expensive)
YSL Yves St. Laurent (most expensive)
Bell Trading Post
Cellini (Florence, Italy)
DeLizza and Elster (tags were used which is Juliana Jewelry-most Juliana jewelry can be documented in books & research links)
Duette (see Coro)
From (Nsils Erik)
Jewels by Trifari
Jomaz (see Mazer Bros)
Judy Lee 1949 - 1980
Monies Gercia Lynnggard
Bond Boyd (Halbe) Mark
New Englan Glass Works
New England Glass Works
W&D Whtng & Davis