Kim Loves Vintage costume jewelry, bakelite, Juliana, rhinestone jewelry, figural, Kim Loves Vintage
Kim Loves Vintage is happy to announce her new location at both of Thaila's American Eagle Antique Malls in Dade City, Florida. Stop by and visit with Kim on Special Event weekends. Dade City has so many organized city wide activities that it has bcome a destination for antique shoppers all over central Florida Make an appointment and Kim will assist you personally. Brides, make your appointments early for the best selection.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Rhinestone : Pre 1970 item #1174375 (stock #1124jjc)
Kim Loves Vintage
*****SOLD****************$375.00
This impressive Juliana Peacock Rhinestone bracelet is verified to have been produced in or around 1968. Juliana Jewelry Reference by Ann M. Pitman (my bestie jewelry friend) shows all the companion pieces in her book on page 196. This style of etched hinged clamper was typical for the time period. Peacock stones are highly desirable and this bracelet is a knock out! There is some wear to the inside of the clamper as would be consistent with a bracelet that was lovingly worn. There is also one blemish on the back side of the central feature of the bracelet as shown in the photo of the back. Very, Very wearable!
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Unsigned : Pre 1950 item #1169072 (stock #s101812)
Kim Loves Vintage
$175
Incredible 38 inch simulated pearl sautoir with elegant rhinestone embellished dangles. Hand knotted pearls,Very good condition, unsigned but stunning. Pearls are more white in appearance than in the photos. What a fun way to add to your stacked pearls, wear the dangles tied to the back for a dramatic look!
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1960 item #1169066 (stock #VJ101812)
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SOLD******$300.00
This incredible Valjean (unsigned) necklace is described by Valjean as a "Cascading ropes of simulated pearls with a Pseudo-diamond clasp". Please see the vintage ad for an almost identical necklace with identical clasp. Gorgeous white hand knotted pearls. Also shown are suggested ides for wearing the necklace, an awesome reference. This necklace has a 2 5/8" wide clasp, A generous 18 inch opening and the longest dangle is 9 inches. An incredible necklace.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1980 item #1089872 (stock #719TXCO)
Kim Loves Vintage
$400
This sculpted sterling cable bracelet is signed Hecho in Mexico, 925 and what appears to be T-S, 57 - which indicates that it was made in Taxco by an artist whose name began with S, he would have been the 57th silversmith with the name beginning with an S. If you look at the new David Yurman cuff bracelets you will think he has taken his inspiration from the early 20th century Mexican silver artisans. This cuff is a full 2 inches at its widest point and can be adjusted to fit 6 to 8 inch wrists comfortably.It is quite heavy and extraordinarily well made.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Bakelite : Pre 1940 item #1089871 (stock #917GRPB)
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$950
Beautiful and Rare Green Prystal Bakelite reverse carved bracelet. 7/8 inch wide and 3/8 inch thick this bracelet can stand alone or be worn with a few other vintage beauties. The repeating pattern has 4 deep carved floral centerpieces and 4 foliate carvings in between. Beautiful rare prystal green can only be made better by adding original vintage reverse carving.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Unsigned : Pre 1970 item #1089839 (stock #719UNSEM)
Kim Loves Vintage
$850
Spectacular Emerald Green rhinestone parure. This set has a 23 inch necklace that is adjustable, a 7 inch bracelet and huge 1 full inch earrings. Condition is very good. This is a very uncommon set. This Parure will make a statement. Emeralds are very popular with the most famous movie stars right now. Make your own statement with this spectacular runway sized parure. This one is not for the faint of heart.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1960 item #1089834 (stock #719WEISS)
Kim Loves Vintage
$1,000
Beautiful 7 inch Weiss bracelet. This bracelet is just gorgeous. Some wear to the back as shown in the photos. Color combination of purples and auroras is stunning.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1980 item #1089830 (stock #719JMZC)
Kim Loves Vintage
$175
This little Jomaz Clown is adorable. Clown pins of this quality and interest are highly collectible and difficult to find. This little clown is 2.75 inches tall. His enamel is in very good condition, there is some missing around the top of the hat, but I think it is deliberately left gold as part of the clown costume. Signed Jomaz with a copyright symbol on the back. Jomaz was the signature of Joseph Mazer of Mazer Brothers from 1946 - 1981. This clown has been attributed to the late 1960's, but there is no documentation. I am guessing that is based upon the florentine brushed finish on the back.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1980 item #1089817 (stock #719AKCK)
Kim Loves Vintage
$425
ALEXIS KIRK modernist geometric enamel choker with Black Enamel and Imitation Pearls. This harkens back to the Dynasty Era. This necklace makes a statement! Alexis Kirk was only sold in the finest department stores and is highly desirable. Niemans, Sax, and very high end boutiques. His work was seen on lots of movie stars back in the 1980's, as he did commision work for many stars. This 17-18 inch necklace is articulated so it has a curve that fits the collarbone perfectly. The central feature is a 3/4 inch domed imitation pearl that rises up 3/8 of an inch. This lovely piece is in excellent scarcely worn condition.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1980 item #1089809 (stock #719MCK)
Kim Loves Vintage
$75
This is classic Monet. This classic choker consists of 20 segments 3/4 inches each. The enamel is in excellent condition as is the finish on the back. Don't miss out on this one, when the new Monet book comes out this will surely go up in value!
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1960 item #1089807 (stock #719BGRC)
Kim Loves Vintage
$125
Bergere always advertised "The Look of Real Jewelry". This bracelet is probably from the early 1950's. The Enamel is in excellent condition, the back of the bracelet shows lots of wear, but this is still a highly collectible and wearable bracelet. 7.5 inches long this segmented bracelet is also very comfortable on the wrist. This bracelet was someone's favorite!
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Unsigned : Pre 1960 item #1089804 (stock #719GVR)
Kim Loves Vintage
$175
This is a very lovely unsigned 7 inch bracelet that features a fabulous beveled cut and faceted back center Givre stone. The bracelet is 1 and 5/16 inches wide. The colors are very earthy and would match almost any color. The back of the bracelet shows some wear, that tells me that it was a favorite of its original owner!
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1970 item #1089800 (stock #719MBGF)
Kim Loves Vintage
$175
Chunky White plastic Monet bangle features 3 lovely gold foliate embellisments on the outside of the bracelet. The bracelet is 1 full inch wide and almost an inch thick! Incredibly good condition and very unusual. Signed on the inside with an embedded plaque. Dating this is difficult, but there is a new Monet Jewelry book coming out soon, so I am certain it will only go up in value.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1980 item #1089797 (stock #719KJLRW)
Kim Loves Vintage
$200
Kenneth Jay Lane fine english bone china bracelet by Royal Worcester. Kenneth Jay Lane designed a line of exquisitely hand painted porcelain bracelets, pendants and collars in "best times" he had walking the samples through the processes by hand himself. These porcelain pieces are somewhat rare as they are difficult to find in perfect condition as they are porcelain. I suspect most people bought them as collectibles rather than for wearing. I am including some photos of the necklaces and hang tags. Necklaces and hang tags are NOT included only the bracelet which came with a similarly styled pair of earrings, they are not attributed to KJL, but I will include them for you as a gift, they are a nice companion pair. Last documented sale of one of these rare porcelain pieces is 2001 Christies sold a necklace for $470. This is a prized bracelet for any collector of KJL. Bracelet has a circular cut on the inside, this would be the stilt mark where the bracelet was held during the kiln firing, this is not a flaw. This bracelet is 3/4 inches, the companion bracelet is 1 inch wide. See my other listing for the companion bracelet. Purchase both and receive a substantial discount!!
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1950 item #1089793 (stock #719FLZN)
Kim Loves Vintage
$150
Wonderful Florenza Necklace features wonderful Arrow shaped stone These have what is known as a "special" stone, a watermelon topaz and green arrow shape. The necklace is hallmarked on each segment. This necklace is in good vintage condition. It has some slight fading and the finish has normal wear for the age. This is circa 1949-1955. About Florenza...Dan Kasoff started producing jewelry in the early 1930's. The Florenza name was first used in the late 1940's and the company ceased operation in 1981. This necklace is in great wearable condition and difficult to find.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1960 item #1089789 (stock #719HCNER)
Kim Loves Vintage
$225
This most unusual Hattie Carnegie necklace and earrings at first appear to be genuine turquoise and carnelian. They are not, they are some type of plastic. They have an incredible look and are a very unusual style. The necklace is unsigned, but the earrings are signed quite clearly and are a perfect match. The clasp is typical of Hattie Carnegie jewlry. This necklace is a generous 23 inches long. I believe this is probably from the mid 1950's. Lovely very wearable set from one of the most famous costume jewelry designers of the 20th century.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1970 item #1089780 (stock #719PRC)
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SOLD
Pauline Rader was the daughter of a jeweler and began designing her own jewelry around 1962. Her designs were influenced by her study of and love for the jewelry of antiquity. Her designs often showed mystical Greek or Italian influences. She used heavy antique gold tone, gold wash or silver tone metal for the base and in the case of this necklace to simulate coral, she used a coral colored enamel that imitates a bezel set stone. Her designs were chunky and large. This necklace is 30 inches long and can be easily worn doubled. The necklace features varied sized coins and a square hang tag with Pauline Rader in block letters. She designed for select clientele and elite boutiques, therefore, her jewelry is difficult to find and is very collectible due to the very limited quantities produced. Pauline rader ceased production in the mid 1980's.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Costume : Designer : Pre 1980 item #1089775 (stock #717VDCGR)
Kim Loves Vintage
$150
Vitorrio jewelry was a division of Danecraft of Providence, Rhode Island. Vitorrio was in production from 1993 until 2002. This necklace features reproduction Graeco Roman coins that are set in a silvertone setting. The necklace is a generous 18 inches and features a central medalion that is 1.75 inches wide. This necklace is in nice condition, there is some tarnishing on the back as shown in the photos. I have included a photo of the Vittorio trademark logo as it is difficult to read on the medallion.