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Credited with being the first Art Nouveau jeweler to use horn, the French designer dazzles with his collection of hair ornaments made from the material.
How Kenneth Jay Lane, a remarkable man who called himself a 'fabulous fake', made genuine costume jewelry for the celebrated and the ordinary alike.
Identifying unmarked costume jewelry is one of the biggest mysteries collectors face. With a little know-how, savvy collectors can turn sleepers into keepers. Here's how.
Lalique, Tiffany and others created stunning pieces inspired by the insect's graceful beauty.
How a self-made fashion icon wowed the costume jewelry crowd with creative and quirky pieces.
Uncommon quality makes Ciner costume jewelry shine with collectors. Here's how to identify and date vintage styles.
The monarch of mourning made memorial jewelry fashionable, and in the time of COVID-19, there is renewed interest in Victorian pieces made for remembering loved ones.
The actress was famous for having two striking love affairs in her life: one with men and another with jewelry. Her relationship with Avon Costume Jewelry leaves collectors breathless.
Cameos are often carved from shell, hardstone, and even glass. Learn the history of cameo jewelry, and what makes some cameos more desirable than others.
Coco Chanel introduced costume jewelry to her famous collections, turning something considered cheap and tacky into a symbol of modern style. Here's what you should know.
Promoting their rhinestone jewelry as Ice, Eisenberg remains as distinctively cool today with collectors as when it was first offered in the 1930s.
A symbol of majesty, the oak tree has been a common motif for tiaras.
What’s colorful and fun, and collectible year-round? Christmas costume jewelry!
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An uncommon delight, Selro and Selini costume jewelry sparkles in unfamiliar ways for many collectors.