Egyptian Revival necklace circa 1920’s, gold, lapis, enamel.

JEWELRY CAPTURES LIFE

LETTER FROM THE ASJH PRESIDENT

Dear jewelry friends:

No matter what’s going on in the world, our passion for jewelry seems to be bottomless, and we know we’re not alone. Our non profit organization devotes time to all things jewelry related: the history, the collectors, the stories, the stones, the metals, the designers, the business, the trends. The sources of inspiration we see are literally endless, and we’ve recently been posting what we affectionately refer to as “nibbets of knowledge” on our instagram page (@jewelryhistorians). The nibbets show up daily, and include subjects both familiar and arcane, from the ridiculous to the sublime. We’ve just sent out our most recent newsletter, which we offer to members three times a year. Although each issue is spectacular and memorable in its own right, we’d like to share this most recent issue with potential new members. This way, you can get an idea of who we are and what we do. Please click on this link to read it, and if you’d like to join our group of jewelry afficionados for fun, factual information, and friendships, simply click on this link to access our membership page. We look forward to hearing from you and meeting you in person.

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Art Nouveau choker plaque, circa 1901, made by Levinger and Bissinger for the French market.
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