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Guidelines for Conditions:

Mint As New

Excellent + Minor use, but no repairs and no major wear

Excellent - Used with moderate wear - may have repairs done properly (including stone replacement with good matches)

Good Heavy wear but still looks good - some stone discoloration may need stone replacements/minor repairs.

Fair Heavy wear but restoreable to excellent condition

Poor Unlimited possibilities - good for parts or stones


Hallmarks or Markings

The following markings are among the most frequently seen marks on costume jewelry. These names or marks are stamped inside the jewelry and sometimes you need a magnifying glass to see look never know!

Other Names to look for on collectible jewelry:
Accessocraft, NYC ART (Designer Div. of Capri Jewelry) Bar-Jam
Bergere Boucher Bogoff
Hattie Carnegie Carolee Cassell
Castlecliff Alice Caviness Chanel
Ciner Coro CoroCraft
Wm deLillo R. DeRosa Dior
Dujay Eisenberg (1945-1950) Emmons
Eugene Florenza Givenchy
Goldette Leo Glass Har
Miriam Haskell (1924-present) Hobe Hollycraft
House of Joy Jordan Jomaz
Kramer of NY ( -1980) Kreisler Lady Vogue Jewelry
Laguna Lalique LaMode
Kenneth J. Lane (1963-present) Ledo (by Polcini) (1911-1962) Lisner
Marvella Mazer McClelland-Barclay
M & S Napier (1875-present) Paristyle New York
Rebajes Reja Regency
Reinad Renoir/Matisse Richelieu
Robert (Originals by) Roget Nettie Rosenstein
S.A.L. Schiaparelli Schreiner New York
Staret Trifari Van Dell
Van S Vendome Vogue
Weiss (1942-1971)

Also highly collectible is Unsigned OLD Deco in heavy casts, lots of rhinestones! Unsigned GREAT Retro with lots of colored pronged rhinestones 1940's...Gold Filled! Signed or Unsigned Austrian and Czech Beads and Enamel.

If you know of any others or have any information on costume collectible jewelry, I would love to have that information so that I might share it with others. Feel free to email me whatever you have!