Visit our store in Berlin or browse through our online shop. Gesner Estate Jewelry is a family owned firm that has been in business since Flower Child has been keeping Cleveland and Columbus cool with great 20th century gear, including items from the 's up to the 's.
Please note that I am not acquiring additional inventory at this time. I do not provide appraisals or identification services, nor do I answer specific questions about your jewelry. I invite you to learn about vintage costume jewelry by visiting these pages.
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Please take your time and enjoy all the beautiful jewelry we have available. If you can dream it, we can make it! Our experienced design staff specializes in bringing unique ideas to life.
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I especially like the elaborate handmade styles like Miriam Haskell. You can look for marks, but frequently the jewelry only bears the mark of the company they worked for. However, if you do find the marks, this list below of over vintage jewelry and metal designers may help you identify how old they are.
This guide provides both vintage and contemporary collectible jewelry marks, and includes dating information if known. Links to examples of each designer or manufacturer's jewelry are included below the mark when available. NOTE: Some information included with photos in this gallery ChanelCinerand others will link to a sub-article where numerous marks from different time periods for the same company or designer can be viewed. References for this guide include: Research compiled by Pamela Y.
John Wind discovered these 'sorority' gal script initials on a dusty sample board in a New England jewelry factory. They have become our best-selling initial, year after year, and are perfect for adding charms or wearing on their own. This bracelet style is inspired by Grace Kelly in Rear Window.
The jewelry industry is filled with designers who work in fine materials and position their lines as the collectibles of tomorrow. But how do you choose the rare talents with staying power, who create pieces you will want to wear for years to come when you are bombarded by new designers every day on Instagram? How do you select which aesthetic best suits yours when ads pop up on your computer and while surfing the fine jewelry websites, you become so overwhelmed that you are on sensory overload and need to log off and bake cookies?