Vintage Rhinestone Bracelet

Rare Vtg 7x3/4 Signed Weiss Green Glass Jellly Cabochon Rhinestone Bracelet A68

Rare Vtg 7x3/4 Signed Weiss Green Glass Jellly Cabochon Rhinestone Bracelet A68
Rare Vtg 7x3/4 Signed Weiss Green Glass Jellly Cabochon Rhinestone Bracelet A68
Rare Vtg 7x3/4 Signed Weiss Green Glass Jellly Cabochon Rhinestone Bracelet A68

Rare Vtg 7x3/4 Signed Weiss Green Glass Jellly Cabochon Rhinestone Bracelet A68   Rare Vtg 7x3/4 Signed Weiss Green Glass Jellly Cabochon Rhinestone Bracelet A68
Rare Vintage 7x3/4 Signed Weiss Emerald Green Glass Jellly Cabochon Rhinestone Bracelet A68. Excellent condition - Rare Collectable Piece - Matching Earrings Listed in my Store.

Please note that I leave the cleaning of all vintage jewelry to the new owner. This amount will be added to your invoice.

All the jewelry listed in my store is authentic vintage. Here is some information on the history of Weiss Jewelry that I copied from the internet.

Weiss jewelry is one of those and one of the designers any serious collector of vintage jewelry should try to own. Albert Weiss was the originator of the company. He gained much experience working as an apprentice for the Corocraft Company during the 1930s. He honed his skills there and had a very fine eye for detail. In 1942, he opened his own jewelry business, and also his factory which was dedicated to the manufacture of hand set pieces only. One of the hallmarks of early Weiss jewelry was the use of quality stones and he got many of his supplies from Austria, since these stones had a higher lead content and gave his pieces a particularly dazzling appeal.

His company was small but grew steadily so that in the 1950s and 1960s he had to contract work out to be manufactured by Hollycraft, in order to keep up with the demand. Inverted rhinestones were being used in pieces about this time period and proved very popular. About this time, a smokey rhinestone which was often referred to as "black diamonds" had started a trend in high end jewelry.

After the success of this line, he introduced a line of Christmas tree pins which were also being made in Germany, but which carried the Weiss logo. Weiss jewelry designs are all very collectible today. It is still possible to get reasonably priced items, but that depends on the demand and how lucky one is in their search. The "black diamond pieces", Inverted Rhinestones pieces and Christmas tree designs are the most valued. Condition is all important, as usual, but even Weiss pieces in not so great condition have value over other designers.

This information was written b y Carol Speake from Finishing Touch Vintage Jewelry. The item "Rare Vtg 7x3/4 Signed Weiss Green Glass Jellly Cabochon Rhinestone Bracelet A68" is in sale since Tuesday, July 31, 2018. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Costume\Designer, Signed\Bracelets". The seller is "deb43017" and is located in Dublin, Ohio.

This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Metal: Silver Plated
  • Main Stone: Rhinestone
  • Material: Glass
  • Style: Statement
  • Brand: Weiss

Rare Vtg 7x3/4 Signed Weiss Green Glass Jellly Cabochon Rhinestone Bracelet A68   Rare Vtg 7x3/4 Signed Weiss Green Glass Jellly Cabochon Rhinestone Bracelet A68