Vintage Guide

 Vintage Guide

Vintage Jewellery Guide

If you are a fan of vintage jewellery then now is a great time to look for quality pieces as the market is buoyant, and with a little bit of background research you can  find some great vintage necklaces, earrings, bracelets, or vintage brooches to add to your collection.
There are pieces  to suit every style  and taste, and  you can find a wide variety of choice in terms of  value and significance. With so many buying options available, it’s a great idea to know what to look for when buying vintage , and, if possible, understand a bit of the history behind each piece.

Designer Vintage Necklaces, Earrings, Bracelets and Brooches

Designer vintage is always popular and if the condition is good then these pieces will often keep their value in future years. Names to look out for are Christian Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, Sara Coventry and Trifari amongst many others. Knowledge is power and it is a great idea to read up on this subject before making any major purchases. Knowing exactly what to look fo puts you ahead of the game and will ensure you get the best designer vintage bargain.  Some examples of designer vintage jewellery,including vintage necklacesvintage bracelets ,vintage earrings and vintage brooches are shown below.

Nina Ricci Vintage Necklace                        YSL cabochon bracelet           Dior Amethys Crystal Earrings


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