Native American jewelry has a rich history in American culture. The colorful beads and designs tell stories of generations past. Jewelry was an important part of most Native Americans heritage, with beautiful pieces dating back thousands of years. These same styles and designs are still popular and in high-demand today. Protect yourself when purchasing diamonds by keeping written documents of your... FULL ARTICLE…

Native American jewelry has a rich history in American culture. The colorful beads and designs tell stories of generations past. Jewelry was an important part of most Native Americans heritage, with beautiful pieces dating back thousands of years. These same styles and designs are still popular and in high-demand today. Protect yourself when purchasing diamonds by keeping written documents of your... FULL ARTICLE…

Sonnet 48: But thou, to whom my jewels trifles are/Most worthy of comfort, now my greatest grief

Sonnet 48: But thou, to whom my jewels trifles are/Most worthy of comfort, now my greatest grief

BAKELITE BALLOON MAN 3-1/2 inch pin... always good for a smile! The balloon man is my all-time favorite bakelite pin, circa 1935-40. Seen in Christie Romero's "Warman's Jewelry, 2nd Ed, page 149. The man-with-suitcase version of this is seen in Burkholz' "The Bakelite Jewelry Collection" on page 50. This piece is in the book "Bakelite Pins" by Karima Parry, page 125.

BAKELITE BALLOON MAN 3-1/2 inch pin... always good for a smile! The balloon man is my all-time favorite bakelite pin, circa 1935-40. Seen in Christie Romero's "Warman's Jewelry, 2nd Ed, page 149. The man-with-suitcase version of this is seen in Burkholz' "The Bakelite Jewelry Collection" on page 50. This piece is in the book "Bakelite Pins" by Karima Parry, page 125.

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