Thursday, August 20, 2020

Juliana (D&E) Fancy Stone Jewelry - Transfer Painted Fox Hunting Cabochons

In the mid to late 1980's D&E used two variations of a transfer painted fox hunting designed cabochon.  It was done in both round and oval shapes.  

In Mr DeLizza's book on page 153 D&E he talks about how they made a group of jewelry Mr DeLizza calls a riding group.  It featured these cabochons and some other equestrian themed charm designed jewelry.  One of the big sellers of this design was Dottie Smith but I am sure they were also sold to others.  D&E also used these cabochons in their pleated ribbon designs.  They made earrings, clamper bracelets, pendant necklaces, brooches, and scarf rings.

These cabochons were something D&E purchased so you will see them used by other designers.

Some of these designs are shown in my book Juliana Jewelry - The Last Generation on page

218 and on page 149 of Mr DeLizza's book Memoirs of a Fashion Jewelry Manufacturer.

These designs can also be seen in the online database of confirmed Juliana Jewelry. 

If anyone has any Juliana Jewelry that we do not yet have on the database we would love to add your items to the database.  Contact me with a front and back photo of your items and they will be added. 

You can purchase these designs in my store: Juliana Fox Hunting Cabochons

 All of my jewelry can be seen in my store at: Our Vintage Rose Jewelry