Tag: 1930s necklace

Autumn 2019 Mystery Jewelry Maker Update

Not many ‘new’ Mystery Jewelry Maker examples have surfaced in recent months, but there have been a few; they include two newfound colorways of the dainty “lotus flower” necklace.   Two shades of the MJM’s favorite blue, on silvertone. Length is 16.25” as are all of this necklace’s colorways.   This russet red version is…

Mystery Jewelry Maker Winter 2019 Update, Including Patterned Mesh and A Small Hope Dashed

It’s been a while since my last MJM update, so this instalment contains two ‘new faces’ as well as newfound colorways of previously-discovered designs. Let’s check out the newcomers first. The circle-with-balls center station on this crossover design is new; I expect that it was probably produced in a silvertone finish as well. It’s 16”…

Several New 1930s Mystery Maker Finds

I’ve recently found several “new” designs by my elusive and mysterious 1930s jewelry maker, including a chain never seen before as well as a new pairing of design elements.   This fascinating piece is one of two “finds” by a reader (thank you so much for the photos, Sarah!) and is the first time I’ve…