Offering Exquisite Vintage Jewelry to You
Our Service PledgeI respond to all orders within 24 hours, and guarantee the authenticity of all my items. If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, I will refund your full purchase price. You, the customer however are responsible for return postage and insurance.
I give this guarantee because I understand that buying over the internet is a different experience than being able to see and hold a piece in your hand, and I want you to be able to buy with confidence and to be happy with your purchase.
I strive to accurately describe all items, and only put up for sale those pieces that are in very fine vintage condition.
Your purchase will be carefully wrapped in a cardboard jewelry box wrapped in bubble wrap and included in a bubble mailer or priority box. A gift card can be included.
About UsTo see vintage and antique jewelry suitable for weddings and more formal occasions, please type "Wedding' into the shop search engine in the upper left-hand corner. A gorgeous Hawaiian destination wedding was featured in Martha Stewart Weddings, Summer Issue 2011, DIY. And guess what? The beautiful bride wore an Art Deco Sterling and Rhinestone necklace, earrings and bracelet set purchased from Link2Jewels.
I adore unique 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s unsigned pins and dangling necklaces, Miriam Haskell, Boucher, Eisenberg, Weiss, and Kramer vintage costume jewelry. These are particular favorites, but I love and appreciate all eras of vintage jewelry, and you will see a variety of pieces in my store from Victorian, Edwardian and Czech glass to 1940s Trifari and 1960s Juliana. I am always looking to purchase Joseff of Hollywood jewelry, and am pleased to report that you will usually find a Joseff piece in My Ruby Lane store. I also have a small selection of Victorian antique 14K - 18K gold rings
I particularly love enameled pieces and specialize in 1930s German Machine Age jewelry by Jakob Bengel, French modernist (by Andree Bazot) and German matte enamel pieces by Scholz & Lammel and Wilhelm Leyser. Then there are the American enamellists: Kaye Denning, California artist Ruth Buol, and jewelry from the late 1950s and early 1960s made by Los Angeles company Renoir (Matisse) of California. To see more of my collection, please go to my Link2Jewels albums on ImageEvent.
I have been a Collector of fine vintage jewelry for over 30 years, and have been in business since 2001. I sell at the Del Mar Antique Show in Del Mar, CA and at the Vintage Clothing and Textile show in Burbank, CA. I have been involved in various jewelry clubs and have given convention presentations on German Machine Age jewelry.
I am a member of the following online clubs: Costume Jewelry Collectors International and Jewelry Ring.