A fascinating look at many of the most beautiful costume jewelry pieces made since the 1940s is presented with over 250 color photographs. In chapters arranged chronologically, the jewelry is seen to reflect the changing retail market and manufacturing changes in materials, techniques and colors. An introduction was written by Lawrence Feldman of Fior in London. The effect of popular heroes and competition are seen to have shaped the costume jewelry industry.
The jewelry of such well-known manufactures as Boucher, Coro, Christian Dior, Grosse, Jomaz, Kramer of New York, Mitchell Maer, Trifari, and many Others are included.
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