Thursday, February 12, 2009

Vintage Jewelry Designers - Who am I?

I thought it would be fun to have a series written as a guessing game which features different vintage jewelry designers. I'll give you some clues and a picture of two, and you can see if you can guess who the designer is. Each clue will also have a link to a page where I discuss the designer in more detail.

Ready? Here are todays clues.
  • I was very popular after World War II
  • My company was founded in New York
  • Other designers with similar styles were Florenza and Hollycraft
  • I made a lot of Christmas pins
  • My pieces are undervalued right now
  • Some of my designs were also produced by Delizza and Elster
  • The founder of the company is Arthur Pepper
Here are some pictures of the designer's jewelry designs:

Photos couresy of ebay sellers kfbi, trocket34 and sweetthingsvintage

For more information and the answer to the riddle, you can go to the designer page of the resource library on my website Vintage Jewelry Lane. (answer is also shown reading backwards at the bottom of this blog post.)

I'll be doing more of these riddles over the next weeks and months. Have fun with the series.

ANSWER: (read it backwards): trAedoM sa nwonk osla - trA

1 comment:

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