Dating necklace clasp
We are not responsible for the use you make of the information here or the honest mistakes that may occur from time to time.GEORG JENSEN sterling bracelet with mark dating post-1945, designed in about 1953 by Bent Gabrielson for Jensen, a discontinued design.They have an extensive library of jewelry marks located here: Researching Costume Jewelry.
Trifari Vintage Jewelry Marks Resource: I’ve published a brief guide with photos that discusses various signagures for Trifari vintage jewelry.Resources Page with All Links: If you’d like to have all of the resources mentioned in this article in one place, check out my Resources page: My Classic Jewelry Resources Page Another way to learn more about vintage jewelry is to read vintage jewelry books.In addition to learning about the history of vintage jewelry or particular designers, they also include wonderful photos, often with the vintage jewelry marks.As a general rule, signatures without a copyright symbol indicate the piece was manufactured prior to 1955. Jewelry companies would often use up their supply of pre-stamped clasps and findings after switching to a new signature, so some pieces made soon after 1955 might not have copyright symbols.
A detailed study of vintage jewelry marks could fill multiple books, but to give some guidance we can use the Trifari company as an example.This style is seen in Janet Drucker's book "Georg Jensen" on page 154. View View #N23862 GEORG JENSEN old sterling child's boxed set chain bracelet and bar brooch with bird on branch motif, bracelet marked "925 GJ' and 5-1/2" long with 1/2" charm, bar pin marked "Georg Jensen 292 sterling Denmark" and 1-1/4" wide, box as is and marked "Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Denmark" inside.