Judy Lee Jewelry Info
This info on Judy Lee jewelry is from Fred Rezazadeh's book, "Costume
Jewelry A Practical Handbook & Value Guide":
"Judy Lee is the trademark belonging to the Blanch-Ette Company,
founded in the late 1950s. The company employed marketing and
distribution methods similar to Emmons and Coventry. The jewelry is of
average quality and not very common in the market. Some of the pieces
have interesting traditional designs set with top quality rhinestones.
Although collectible, Judy Lee jewelry has not yet captured the
interest of many collectors. Some dealers put a high asking price on
their Judy Lee jewelry, but most of it can be purchased at average
prices. Judy Lee jewelry is usually marked Judy-Lee (in use
since 1958), but another mark, Judy-Lee Jewels, may also be used."