Morning Glory Antiques & Jewelry
at the

ANTIQUE CONNECTION MALL
and on the internet since 1996
12815 Central NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87123  USA
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Jane Haley Clarke, owner
Copyright 1994-2017 All rights Reserv
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Welcome to the beauty, history and art that is vintage jewelry. We buy and sell vintage rhinestone, costume, designer, bakelite and antique Georgian & Victorian jewelry, purses and accessories.
To be alerted when NEW ITEMS are added to the site, please e-mail jane@morninggloryantiques.com and we will be glad to add you to the contact list.
All jewelry is in excellent vintage condition unless specified otherwise.  All items are subject to prior sale.
We work constantly to offer extensive jewelry research, pictures and information in our reference, " Jewel Chat " and gallery " Morning Glory Collects ". 
We share our reference material free of charge and work hard to make it accurate, but as with any research, mistakes can be made. We are not responsible for the use you make of the information here or the honest mistakes that may occur from time to time.
We do not offer identification, valuation or appraisal services. 

TO PURCHASE: You are on a reference page of Morning Glory Antiques & Jewelry. Most of these items were photographed from private collections, and are for reference only.
Jewelry that is available TO BUY can be accessed by clicking HERE
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Morning Glory Antiques & Jewelry presents
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JEWEL CHAT
Costume Jewelry Magazine

 

 


JEWELRY ADVERTISING

Miscellaneous Jewelry
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One of the most exciting reference sources for attributing and dating vintage jewelry are the advertisements in vintage magazines from years past. These wonderful old advertisements illustrate how vintage costume jewelry was worn, when it was made, and how it coordinated with the styles of the time. We have also found ads that tell us who made some of the unsigned pieces we all love. You can click on each photograph for a larger view.

Many of these ads were shared courtesy of Julie Scarlett, who sold vintage ads under the seller name papercharm on ebay. An added thanks to Pat Seal, who was the source of the dates for many of them.

Click on each picture for a larger view.

 

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ANTHONY Originals "Cascade" and "Peacock"
Harper's Bazaar 1946

  ANTHONY Aqualino Original rare sterling vermeil peacock brooch with cream, red and black enameling and clear rhinestone accents, circa 1946, 2-5/8". The advertisement in this picture came from a Harper's Bazaar Magazine in 1946, and it shows both the Anthony "Cascade" and "Peacock" brooches.    View   #X36888

  ACCESSOCRAFT "How wonderfully Victorian" crown pin. 1947

 Jewelry ad for Alpha Craft Inc. "Shells Bells"  1947

 

 

  BALLOU
"Brooches of popular breeds" showing dog jewelry. Animal jewelry has always been a favorite.

 BEN HUR Hair Accessories
"At the Head of Hair Fashion hair accessories"
1947

BERGE
Charm bracelets
Vogue 1953 

 

 

BERGERE "Woven Gold"
1956

BERGERE "Ears that sparkle"
1953

BERGERE "The look of real jewelry"
Vogue 1948

BERGERE "Bejeweled charms"
Vogue 1953

 

BERGERE "Jeweler's Lace"
Vogue 1948

BERGERE "Cuffs, cuffs, cuffs" showing lovely wide bracelets.
1953

BERGERE "Bracelets high, wide and handsome" showing wide lovely stacks of bracelets.
Harper's Bazaar 1952

BERGERE  " Pink Crystals & Beads"
Vogue 1955

 

BERGERE "Crystals & Beads"
Vogue 1959

BERGERE "Headlight Jewels"
1959

BERGERE "Ostrich Leather"
1953

BERGERE "Fireworks"
1968

 

BERGERE "Red Crystals & Beads"
Vogue 1958

BERGERE "Sculptured gold cuffs"
Harper's Bazaar 1952

BEGERE  "Fireworks" showing starbursts in jewelry.
Harper's 1969
Courtesy of Evelyn Yallen

CAROL DEB
1953
Courtesy of Bobye Syverson

 

CAPRI "Love Bugs"
1955

    CARNEGIE Oct.1951, Vogue           
    Glistening collar for evening. Actually four necklaces massed together, Gilt mesh, gilt chains, glittering jewel colors, cabochon stones. Altogether $60.00, by Hattie Carnegie. Bonwit Teller.
Courtesy of Dan Day, Queen's Jewels

  CASTLECLIFF "The talked about jewelry"
1945

   CASTLECLIFF "Talisman"
1945 

 

CASTLECLIFF star motif jewelry.

CASTLECLIFF "Fashion Fauna" animal jewelry.

 CASTLECLIFF
1946 

 CASTLECLIFF
Vogue 1946 

 

      CASTLECLIFF jeweled bangle bracelets.  1947

  CASTLECLIFF "Ambershell"
1948

CASTLECLIFF "The Animal Theme"

CASTLECLIFF "Bramble Branches"

 

 CASTLECLIFF earrings

CASTLECLIFF

CASTLECLIFF "Talisman"
1954

CASTLECLIFF "Golden Jaguar" animal bangle
1954

 

 

  CASTLECLIFF  "Rue de la Paix" beaded bracelets.
1955

   CASTLECLIFF green glass beads and clear rhinestone clasp bracelet.
Courtesy of Robin Deutsch

    CASTLECLIFF "Royal Cluster" poured glass jewelry,
1956

 

 

CHANEL 1956
"Fabulous Fakes"

CINER 
1946

   CINER
Vogue
The model may be Maud Adams,  a well-known model and one of the "James Bond" girls.

 CINER
Vogue

 

CINER pearl necklace
Vogue  

 CINER pearl and rhinestone encklace.
October 19__

CINER brooches

COPPOLA TOPPO
Vogue 1949
Courtesy of Evelyn Yallen

 

COPPOLA TOPPO
"New Jewellery Designed in Italy"
Vogue 1949
Courtesy of Evelyn Yallen

DACHE   November 1961 Vogue
"Daytime dazzle" priced then at $16.50
Courtesy Dan Day, Queen's Jewels

DALSHEIM "Pansy Petal"
1944

DANECRAFT "Silver Wheat"
1952

 

   DANECRAFT sterling
wingback earrings
Vogue 1955 

Wingback earrings, showing the backs.

    DANECRAFT "Primavera" sterling silver pendant ad. In 1964, this pendant sold for $12.00.

   DANECRAFT sterling floral brooch, 3-1/4".   View    #N23006

 

DANECRAFT "Primavera"
Vogue 1966

DANECRAFT "Primavera" jewelry
Vogue 1966

DANECRAFT "Primavera" cameos
Vogue 1965

broochesDANECRAFT "Primavera"

 

DELTAH "PEARLS" ad
Jarmila Novotna, opera singer 
1950

   DELTAH plastic fan-shaped necklace box, 8" by 8-1/2" when closed.   View   View   #a28505

DELTAH  "PEARLS"
Nancy Davis Reagan 
1951

Ad for DELTAH Jewelry 
1954

 

DIOR shiny gold tone grapes motif necklace and earrings.

DIOR pendant and earrings.

 DJER KISS compact from the 1929 Ladies Home Journal magazine ad.

  DJER KISS  silver plated compact with fairies and flowers motif, 2" by 1-5/8" thick, with powder and rouge compartments and mirror, patent dated 1925.   View   View   View    #P28831

 

 

  ELGIN

ELGIN watches ad 1935
"She said it for a lifetime."

 ELGIN 14k white gold case watch on an older flexible band that is so comfortable. Engraved "BMD  1927" on the back.    View    #w584

 

 

ELGIN wristwatches from the 1940's.

ELGIN
"If a friendly service is worth recognizing ~ recognize it fittingly."

ELGIN AMERICAN compact
Christmas 1948

ELGIN AMERICAN 1950
"For her heart and head"

 

EMMONS jewelry FORSTNER Chain Corp., Irvington, NJ
 
FORSTNER jewelry
Christmas
FORSTNER jewelry

 

FORSTNER "Snake chain cascade" FRANCOIS "Pins a Paris" leaf and flower brooches. FRANCOIS FRANCOIS

 

HOBE
"The Fashion of the Gay 90's entirely hand made"
10 East 49th Street, NYC, Beverly Hills, Chicago

    HOBE lavender, yellow, blue, pink and clear rhinestone bracelet, 6-5/8" by 1-1/4".   View   #O22887 

   HOBE
A Hobe portrait and artificial pearls necklace worn by Bette Davis

HOBE jewelry in
Photoplay Magazine
"Introducing Jewels by Hobe"
worn by Ava Gardner

 

 

HOBE Fortuna & Bona Dea

HOBE "hand made in their entirety, gold and sterling.
10 E. 49 Street, New York"

HOBE Le Dernier Cri

 

 

    HOBE unsigned purse with beaded and embroidered body, aqua, pink, clear and green rhinestone frame. It is 9" wide at the bottom and 7" top to bottom.   #P23864 Ad for this purse. The stitched and beaded body was made by well-known purse maker Josef, and the frame by Hobe, circa 1950. At the bottom, the ad says, "... evening bags by Josef... jewelry to match, bracelets $79.50, pin clips $35.00, earrings $19.75."    View
Courtesy of Pat Seal
 Mark inside one of the pouches.    Josef of Paris made fabulous handbags. They were beaded in France and then imported. In 1946, when this ad came out, the price of the purse was $125.00.
Courtesy of Pat Seal

 

   


   
  IMPERIAL Mexican Jade    

 

 

Bobye Syverson says, "The 20% added charge was a federal tax, created to pay for WW2.  It was called a luxury tax and was charged for things that were not 'necessities', such as jewelry!  The law was set up to be in effect for "the duration plus 6",  which meant until the end of the war, plus six months."
 

JAY KEL "The Magic Mill"
Sold for $7.00 plus 20% federal tax in 1949
1949
  GEORG JENSEN jewelry
Silver brooches
1947
JOSANNA  1947

 

 

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PLEASE NOTE: Regretfully, it is no longer possible to respond to individual questions regarding jewelry history, identification or value, or to offer written or verbal appraisals or opinions. The demand for this kind of information is absolutely too overwhelming for one dealer to fill. 
I love jewelry, but appraising and selling are two entirely different businesses, and I choose selling as my business.

Instead, articles are added on a regular basis to JEWEL CHAT on line Magazine, a wonderful reference for  information on many makers and styles of vintage jewelry. 
For information on valuing your jewelry, click HERE.