Exquisite vintage costume jewelry for women with far from ordinary tastes
TruFaux Jewels offers elegant and unique necklaces, earrings, bracelets, brooches, clips, and accessories by notable American and European designers, from the flapper style to the early days of Mad Men.
These impeccable pieces are thoughtfully curated by vintage jewelry collector, historian, and writer Barbara Schwartz.
Quickview Vintage Earrings, 1950s Jewelry, Hattie Carnegie JewelryThese aurora borealis earrings with iridescent sapphire-blue stones are dazzling late-1950s chandeliers by Hattie Carnegie. They will certainly get you noticed! The faceted round and pear-shaped AB stones flash shades of blue and purple. The setting is gold-tone metal with clip-backs. These luxuriously long earrings add movement and sparkle to your off-duty jeans or little black dress.USD$175.00
Quickview Vintage Brooches & Pins, 1950s Jewelry, Hattie Carnegie JewelryMultiple layers of jade green glass beads, faux pearls and diamanté cascade in this stunning dangling 1950s brooch by Hattie Carnegie. The setting is rhodium-plated metal with a roll-over safety clasp. Wear this statement piece on a lapel, sash, or purse, or as a pendant. The last photo shows the brooch as the centerpiece on a white gold and diamond chain. (This necklace is not included.) This large brooch is not for the faint-hearted!USD$495.00
Quickview Vintage Bracelets, 1950s Jewelry, Hattie Carnegie JewelryLarge diamanté in a gold-plated setting bordered by smaller diamanté with pearl and clear crystal bead dangles form this fun 1950s bracelet by Hattie Carnegie. It closes with a hidden tongue-in-groove clasp with a safety chain. Another delightful confection with lots of movement from this imaginative maker. Scroll down to see one of her necklaces that looks great with this piece.USD$225.00
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TruFaux Jewels founder Barbara Schwartz is a passionate collector of vintage costume jewelry, who shares her love through her collections, through her writing, and directly with the women she helps adorn. She believes jewelry is meant to be worn, not stored in a drawer or bank vault. Barbara wants every woman who buys her pieces to feel extraordinary while wearing them.