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Vintage Jewelry Lovers

Shop our curated collections of vintage, antique, estate & modern silver jewelry.
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Craftsmanship in Vintage Costume Jewelry

Vintage jewelry: where artistry meets durability. Our estate vtg jewelry collection boasts genuine Swarovski crystals, gold, sterling silver, gemstones, and rhodium plating. These treasures aren't just for show - they're heirlooms that'll stand the test of time. Treat yourself or someone special to the gift of vintage magic. Say "I do" to timeless elegance! Estate jewelry is the ultimate bridal accessory, with its rich history and enduring beauty. Wear a piece that tells a story and becomes a cherished family heirloom.

- photo by Alexxa Grace Photography with Sherman jewelry from our collection.

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Our Vintage Jewelry Collection

Our uniquely curated vintage and antique jewellery collection in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, is specially selected to bring you the best in design, quality, and condition in preowned costume jewels and gems. We carry a variety of styles and eras of vintage costume jewelry such as vintage rhinestone jewelry, as well as vintage and antique gold jewelry. Our collection includes items from many eras including Victorian, Edwardian, Art Deco, Midcentury Modern, Brutalist, 50's and 60's glamour, modernist styles, and 80's power fashion. We feature vintage designer jewelry from designers such as Boucher, Sherman, Trifari, Coro, Juliana (D&E), David Andersen, Ciner, Cini, Florenza, Renoir, and so many more!

Our reference pages on collectible costume jewelry include a 1950s jewelry information page with original advertisements, a Sherman jewellery history guide, Sherman jewelry gallery pages, an overview of the history of vintage and antique jewelry, and a fur clip guide! Bookmark and follow us as we have many more vtg jewelry resources coming soon!

Our jewelry can be shipped from either Edmonton, Alberta or Montana, USA for your convenience, saving you on shipping fees!

- photo by Larysa Luciw