GGs Vintage Jewelry

Vintage Jewelry

Names Facts and Time-lines


A Few Names

Am Lee From 1946 to Unknown

Art 1940s to 1970s

Atwood & Sawyer  Founded in England 1956 to present

Barclay, McClelland 1930s to 1940s

Barclay Jewelry Inc. Since May 1948

Boucher, Marcel 1930s to early 1970s

BSK  (Steinberg, Slovitt & Kaslo) 1948 to 1980s

Cadora 1940s to 1970s

Carnegie, Hattie 1920s to 1980s

Carolee 1973 to present

Castlecliff 1940s to 1960s

Caviness, Alice 1945 to present

Chanel, Gabrielle "Coco" 1920s to present

Ciner 1892 to present

Coro  (Cohn and Rosenberger) 1901 to present

DeLizza & Elster  D & E  Juliana 1940s to 1980s

DeMario, Robert 1940s to late 1950s or early 1960s

De Nicola Late 1950s or early 1960s to 1970s

DeRosa (Ralph DeRosa) 1935 to 1955

di N, Mimi 1962 to present

Eisenberg Late 1920s to present

Florenza Late 1940s to late 1970s or early 1980s

Gerry's  c.1950s to unknown

Givenchy Early 1950s to present

Hagler, Stanley 1950s to 1996

Haskell, Miriam 1920s to present

Hobe 1887 to present

Hollycraft 1940s to 1970s

J.J  (Jonette Jewelry) 1937 to present

Joseff  (during 1940s and 1950s limited retail line)

Juliana (DeLizza and Elster) 1940s to 1980s

Korda, Alexander (Thief of Bagdad, Korda) 1940s

Kramer 1940s to 1970s

Karu Arke 1940s to 1970s

Lane, Kenneth J. 1960s to present

Ledo-Polcini 1911 to present

Les Bernard (Originally 1936 was Vogue in 1963 changed to Les Bernard)

Marvella 1911 to present (now owned by Crystal Brands Jewelry)

Mazer/Jomaz 1939 to 1951

Moini, Iradj 1980s to present

Monet 1937 to present (now owned by Crystal Brands Jewelry)

Napier 1875 to present

Panetta 1945 to early 1980s

Pennino 1926 to unknown was very popular in 1940s

Rader, Pauline 1962 to unknown

Reja 1940 to unknown

Robert (Levy) 1949 to 1960 under Fashioncraft, then Robert Originals,  finally from 1980s to present Ellen Designs

Rosenstein, Nettie Early 1930s to 1960s

Saint Laurent, Yves 1960s to present mid 1960s Monet produced for them in early to mid 1980s

Sandor (Sandor Goldberger) 1930s to 1970s

Schiaparelli, Elsa Late 1920s to mid 1950s or early 1960s

Schreiner 1950s to 1970s

Swarovski (jewelry) 1985 to present

Trifari (TKF) 1918 to present (now owned by Crystal Brands Jewelry)

Volupte 1926 to late 1950s or early 1960s

Weiss 1940s to early 1970s

Whiting and Davis 1876 to present


 Vintage Jewelry a Brief Time line

Late Georgian Jewelry c. 1760-1837

Early Victorian (Romantic Period) c.1837-1861

Mid Victorian (Grand Period) c.1861-1880

Late Victorian (Aesthetic Period) c.1889-1901

Arts and Crafts c.1890-1920

Art Nouveau c.1895-1910

Beaux-Arts and "Neo-Renaissance" c.1890-1920

Edwardian c.1890-1920

Mid-Century Modern American Studio Jewelry c.1945-1965

The "Modern" Era c.1919-1970s

Contemporary c. 1970's-Present Day