Newly Listed Vintage Jewelry. Weiss closed its doors in So when you buy real Weiss jewelry, you know you are adding to your vintage costume jewelry collection--right?
Weiss was an exceptionally talented designer who also had an eye for classic designs and appealing color schemes, and his Weiss vintage costume jewelry pieces have withstood the test of time. Many experts give Albert Weiss credit for setting trends in the costume jewelry industry during the years he was designing jewelry. Most vintage Weiss jewelry used very good materials, such as Austrian rhinestones, and it was made very well, and has thus held up well over time.
Values shown in this price guide reflect the actual selling price in the venue stated in parenthesis after the value. Prices realized for similar collectible jewelry sold in other venues may be higher or lower depending on market fluctuations and geographical region. Crystal necklaces were like strands of pearls, everyone had one in the s.
Vintage Weiss Jewelry is costume jewellery created by Weiss, a New York-based company which specialised in costume jewellery and ceased trading in Weiss was founded in by Albert Weiss, formerly of Coro Jewelers. They produced a wide range of costume jewelry, targeted at both the higher and lower ends of the market. They also incorporated a wide range of designs embracing many of the popular art styles of the time, most noticeably Art Deco.
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We treat our customers respectfully and treat all our consignors with prompt attention and timely payments. We hold worlds records in almost every area in the collectibles field, yet we do not hesitate to handle moderate to lower end items as well. Rising fees have caused the increase.
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 on our reference site " Jewel Chat " and gallery " Morning Glory Collects ".