August 30, 2016
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Now and Then: Judith Hendler Jewelry

Thirty-nine years ago,  the jewelry designed by Judith Hendler  (Acri-Gems) was considered très chic and avant-garde. Then, as now, bestowed the name, “Queen of Acrylic,” her jewelry designs are the perfect accessory for the Fall […]
August 16, 2016
Three Easy Steps to Create a Successful Relationship

Three Easy Steps to Create a Successful Relationship

This morning I received a text message from a girlfriend saying, “You need to train me on training our younger men … .” That may sound manipulative to some, or perhaps deceitful to others, but […]
March 25, 2016
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Is it Selro or Florenza? No, it’s J. Braunstein!

For years now, costume jewelry collectors have sought after mystical costume jewelry bracelets with Devil faces or other odd-looking, human-like motifs. These coveted bracelets have long been attributed to Selro or Florenza with minimal documentation. […]
December 1, 2014
The Jewelry Stylist Cyber Monday Sale 20% Off Coupon Code

Cyber Monday At The Jewelry Stylist

Cyber Monday At The Jewelry Stylist Everyone loves a sale and we do too! Please join us as a small business in promoting our 20% off all non-sale items with coupon code: cybermonjewels2014 this Monday, […]
September 11, 2014
Coco Chanel 1920s

The Madame Of Fashion Visits America

  In the 1920s, American women were enthralled by the sophisticated designs that emerged from Europe. Europe, and in particular Paris, France, was the epicenter of all that represented fashion. Consumers were hungry for the […]
August 16, 2014
Napier Cocktail Ring

Fashion and Jewelry Trends of the 1960s

The Sleeveless Dress The sleeveless dress, deemed the “little nothing dress,” of the early sixties called for jewelry to adorn the arms and ears of women. Both tailored and glittery jewelry fashions were presented in […]
August 16, 2014

Colt’s Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Co. & Synthetic Stones

Colt’s Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Co. of Hartford Conn. began to manufacture synthetic (plastic) stones to fill the stone shortage brought on by the war in 1939. Does anyone have any examples of “Coltstones” they’d […]
June 24, 2014
Giorgio di Sant' Angelo Aluminum Jewelry. Image credit Conde Nast.

Aluminum Jewelry in Fashion: Giorgio Sant’ Angelo

Jewelry made of aluminum was not as common in 1968 but was a metal of choice for some designers such as Giorgio Sant’ Angelo. Paco Rabanne used the metal in his dress designs as a […]
April 21, 2014

Jewelry Terms in History – A researcher’s log from archive resources

Here you will find jewelry terms as they appears in vintage articles discovered through the research of jewelry historian Melinda Lewis. This will be an on-going list. L’art nouveau, The New York Times, 1900 “’L’art […]