By Danielle Olivia Tefft, jewelry writer
This is a photo blog featuring some of my favorite fall-color jewelry from decades past. Enjoy!
O.k. I know I said this was going to be all about vintage jewelry with fall colors. So just shoot me. I just had to include this antique circa 1910 Bohemian etched glass brooch. (After World War I, the area where this brooch was made became known as Czechoslovakia.) Jewelry and other items are considered to be antique if they are a 100 years old or older.
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Danielle Olivia Tefft is a professional writer with a lifelong passion for gems, jewelry and fashion. She is a GIA accredited jewelry professional and the owner of online antique and vintage jewelry shop, Treasure Box Antiques. Current projects include ghostwriting jewelry and fashion blogs for clients worldwide. When she is not writing, she spends time in the garden, spoiling her cats and traveling with her fiancé. Would you like to hire her? Visit her website danielleoliviatefftwrites.com for clips, terms and more information.
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The Found in the Jewelry Box Blog is my attempt to teach others about the wonderful world of gems and jewelry, past and present. Please enjoy!