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Many designers created costume jewelry during the 20th century, from Napier to Sarah Coventry and more. Just a few brands to collect include: Hattie Carniegie was an immigrant to the U.S. from Austria. Her jewelry designs feature Swarovski crystals, gold mesh, florals, and animals.What are the most collectible names in costume jewelry?
While these names are some of the most collectible names in costume jewelry, they certainly aren’t the only collectible names. More collectible names include Art, Lisner, Napier, Trifari, Boucher, Miriam Haskell, Carnegie, Florenza, Kramer, Sarah Coventry, Schreiner, Van Dell, Whiting & Davis, Bogoff, as well as others.Is vintage costume jewelry collectible?
Vintage costume jewelry has become a highly collectible niche in the antiques and collectibles world. Here are some of the most collectible names in vintage costume jewelry and some background on them.What are the best vintage jewelry brands?
They are known for their delicate, yet sturdy construction, and high quality craftsmanship. Coro is a great brand to start your vintage jewelry collection with. They used over 100 styles of marks and stamps, and also produced jewelry under other brand names such as CoroCraft, Cellini, Vendome, and Francois among many others.