Stunning 1960s Vintage Demi Parure with hammerback earrings.
All Vintage Jewelry outlined within the descriptions will state the provenance, circa date (if known), condition, and repair history. Metal ware, findings and hardware on brooches, clasps and backings will be stated. Rhinestones with yellowing and darkening will be annotated. If I am able to repair a piece in question, I will do so. However, I will impart that information within the description.
The Vintage Jewelry within my boutique have been personally hand picked by me from Estate Sales, Antique Malls or Heirloom pieces from various Estates from around the world. As a Collector it is imperative to understand not only the provenance, but the history of each piece that is presented for sale or to add to your collection. I deal and specialize in high end jewelry from designers and manufactures such as Miriam Haskell, DeLizza&Elster, Hattie Carnegie, Boucher, Trifari and Eisenberg.
When purchasing Vintage & Antique Jewelry always ensure all details are outlined within the description, and clear pictures are presented of the jewelry in question. Utilize the Ask a Seller a Question feature or email the seller if you require additional information not shown within the description.
Vintage Jewelry is not new jewelry. Many of these pieces are over 20 to 30 years old and may have a natural patina that is highly desirable with collectors. However, broken findings, missing rhinestones, and metal ware are NOT in anyway apt descriptions for the piece being in Vintage condition. This is a sign of ware and should be stated as such. I will outline as many details as possible to help with the decision making process in adding to your collection, or beginning collection for first time buyers.