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Learn about the beautiful designs of Hattie Carnegie jewelry and why you should add them to your collection.
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Hattie Carnegie was a clothing and jewelry designer from the 30’s, 40’s, 50’s and 60’s. Her stuff was seen on people like Joan Crawford and The Duchess of Windsor and vintage jewelry including designers are still collecting her stuff. Fashions come and go but Hattie’s wacky colorful creations stay in style forever.
People are willing to spend top dollar on Hattie Carnegie designs and it is not because that their precious gem stones, it’s because of the design. This crazy combination of Betty Johnson meets Bob Mackie meets Emilio Pucci.
In the 60’s, how do you made colorful glass beads that you made into matching necklaces and earrings and they are still very, very popular among collectors and easiest to get. You can probably buy something like that for a hundred dollars. The one of a kind pieces that Hattie made earlier, the pins and pendants are little harder to come by so they will cost you up to $200 for one of those pieces.
So, good luck on your collection of Hattie Carnegie jewelry. I am sure that you will find some great one of a kind pieces.