Joan Crawford’s jewelry collection

24 March, 2015
Most of the Joan Crawford’s jewelry collection was auctioned right after her death. Although other part had already gone before she left us, Joan Crawford (...)

Chaplin’s vintage jewelry

27 January, 2015
It’s said Paulette Goddard’s passion with jewelry started in the early 30’s, right after she got secretly married with Charles Chaplin. Then it became (...)

Merle Oberon and the most photaphed Catier’s necklace

7 October, 2014
Merle Oberon was the alias of Estelle Merle O’Brien Thompson, a British actress who was born in Tasmania by the beginning of the 20th century. She is (...)

Your dreamy vintage wedding dress… Now in our new window

6 June, 2014
We’ve just realeased a new shop window design! Since we are in the favourite time of the year for couples to get married, we’ve decided to add a touch (...)

Mazer & Company Inc.

7 April, 2014
In the very early years of the 20th Century, the brothers Mazer – Joseph and Louis- began running a jewelry business in Philadelphia. It was 1917. After (...)

Types of earring fastenings

24 May, 2013
With this simple blog entry we are going to review the different types of earring fastenings. PUSH ON CLIP FASTENING This is the most commonly used fastening (...)


12 April, 2013
Although Lisner’s pieces weren’t really appreciated by collectors until recently, the prices have been increasing lately and they’re gaining (...)


29 January, 2013
The Eisenberg Company was founded in Illinois, Chicago, in 1914 by Jonás Eisenberg, an Austrian immigrant who arrived to the United States around 1880. (...)

Will the Tradition for Veiled Brides Return?

25 April, 2012
The tradition of the bride entering her wedding ceremony with a veil covering her face, so habitual in the Fifties and Sixties, disappeared little by little, (...)

Coro, the “Duet’s” Master

Coro & Corocraft was born from the hands of Emanuel Cohn and Carl Rosenberger, establishing itself in Broadway,New Yorkas a boutique in 1901 by the (...)