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Miriam Haskell, 1930-60’s




Morning Glory Antiques & Jewelry

presents
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JEWEL CHAT

Costume Jewelry Magazine



JEWELRY ADVERTISING


MIRIAM
HASKELL




One of the most exciting reference sources for
attributing and dating vintage jewelry is the advertising in magazines from
years past. These wonderful old ads illustrate how jewelry was worn, when it
was made, and how it coordinated with the styles of the time.

Some of these ads were shared courtesy of Julie
Scarlett, who sells vintage ads under the seller name papercharm on
ebay.


Click on each picture for a larger view.

Original Art Work for
Advertising
1930-40’s




HASKELL Hess
chartreuse, burnt sienna and tan flattened glass beads and gold tone leaves expansion
bracelet, 3-1/4" front, and matching 4" clip. #H26051

HASKELL Larry Austin
original watercolor advertising illustration for Haskell flattened bead and
leaves bracelet and clip,
numbered "815" on back in pencil, 8" by 10".
View #H26053

HASKELL early
unsigned Frank Hess design from the 1940’s. This 4" dress clip is made up of
chartreuse, coral and tan
flattened glass beads. View
#H23939




HASKELL
early unsigned Frank Hess chartreuse and green glass beads and wooden
leaves brooch with gold tone lily pads, circa 1935-40, 4".
View #H26052

HASKELL Larry Austin
original watercolor advertising illustration for Haskell flattened bead and
metal leaves bracelet and clip with foil "Miriam
Haskell" sticker, 8" by 10", framed so back is not visible.
#H24365

And this
HASKELL is a
brooch, not a clip.
View #H21112




HASKELL Larry Austin original
watercolor advertising illustration for Haskell white glass bead and leaves
bracelet and clip with foil "Miriam Haskell" sticker, 8" by 10", written in pencil on the back "
#1032". #H23629

HASKELL early unsigned
Hess 3-1/2" white beads and glass leaves pin.
View #H22889

HASKELL original gouache for a
circa 1940s advertisement with foil "Miriam Haskell" sticker. "Austin" and the
number "1269" written in pencil on the back.




HASKELL
Larry Austin original watercolor advertising illustration for Haskell
bracelet and clip/necklace of pastel blue glass leaves and beads, marked in
pencil on the back "930A" and "left", 8" x 10". #H27268

HASKELL
early Hess unsigned pin made of baby blue glass beads and poured
glass leaves, 3-5/8" by 3".
View
View
View
#H16620

HASKELL
Larry Austin original watercolor advertising illustration for Haskell pink
glass beads and leaves bracelet and clip, foil "Miriam
Haskell" sticker, 8" by 10", written in pencil on the back
#615. #H24366




HASKELL Larry Austin original
watercolor advertising illustration for Haskell aqua glass bead and
rhinestone pave leaf cluster wrap necklace #H23378, foil "Miriam Haskell"
sticker, 8" by 10", written in pencil on the back #554.
#H23631

HASKELL early unsigned aqua glass beads wrap
and clear rhinestone leaves wrap necklace, 21" long with 2" each clips.
View
View #H23378

HASKELL early unsigned aqua glass bead and
artificial pearl dress clips, set of 2. View
#Y23940




HASKELL
Larry Austin original watercolor advertising illustration for Haskell glass
flowers necklace, bracelet and clip, with foil "Miriam Haskell" sticker,
numbered #667. #H24367

HASKELL Larry Austin original
watercolor advertising illustration for Haskell blue bead bracelet and
necklace with foil "Miriam Haskell" sticker, 8" by 10", signed in
pencil on the back "Austin" and numbered "1259". #H23353

HASKELL
Larry Austin original watercolor advertising illustration for Haskell
bracelet and clips/necklace, lady in furs, written in pencil on the
back #1160. #H27270





HASKELL
original advertisement copy on textured parchment paper circa
1940, a copy of a gouache art work illustrating Hess clip and coil bracelet
in cranberry glass beads and gold tone leaves, tan matte is 8" by 10". This
is the original 1940s ad and matte. Haskell used three types of these ads:
the original gouache art work by Larry Austin, the glossy copies of that art
work, and the parchment copies like this one. #H36299


HASKELL
original glossy advertisement circa 1940, a copy of a
gouache art work illustrating a Frank Hess designed clip and coil
bracelet, 3-5/8" by 4-5/8" glossy, hand signed, partial sticker on the
back, blue matte 6-1/2" by 5-1/4". This is the original 1940s ad and
matte. Haskell used three types of these ads: the original gouache art
work by Larry Austin, the glossy copies of that art work, and the
parchment copies like this one. #H27271

HASKELL original advertisement a
glossy, hand signed piece illustrating a Frank Hess clip and bracelet, it is
3-1/4" by 5-1/4" and matted in a salmon 5" by 7-1/4" matte. This is the
original 1940s ad and matte. Haskell used three types of these ads: the
original gouache art work by Larry Austin, the glossy copies of that art
work, and the parchment copies like this one. #H27277




HASKELL
original advertisement illustrating a Frank Hess clip and
bracelet a woman wearing a brown suit and hat with a clip and bracelet made
of brass leaves with pale aqua beads, Miriam Haskell hand signed, matted in
salmon. The glossy size is 3" by 5" glossy and the matte size 5" by 7",
slight damage to glossy finish upper left corner, hard to see. This is the
original 1940s ad and matte. Haskell used three types of these ads: the
original gouache art work by Larry Austin, the glossy copies of that art
work, and the parchment copies like this one. #H27282


HASKELL
original advertisement illustrating a Frank Hess clip and
bracelet, a woman wearing a brown suit and hat and a bracelet and clip
with golden dangling balls. Matted in aqua, the glossy is 4" by 4-1/2"
glossy and blue matte 6-1/4" by 7-1/4" and shows light stains. This is
the original 1940s ad and matte. Haskell used three types of these ads:
the original gouache art work by Larry Austin, the glossy copies of that
art work, and the parchment copies like this one. #H27284

Magazine Ads
1940s





HASKELL "Portrait Jewels"
Town & Country 1946

HASKELL "Creations of Beauty"
Town & Country 1946

HASKELL "Jewels of the Hour"
1946

HASKELL "Portrait Jewels"
at Saks Fifth Avenue
1946





HASKELL "Portrait Jewels"
1946

HASKELL "Portrait Jewels"
1946

HASKELL "Lapel Jewels"
1946

HASKELL "Jewel Symphony"
Town & Country 1946





HASKELL
1947
HASKELL necklace and earrings, shown in 1947
ad at left.
Courtesy of Cathy Gordon
HASKELL
1947
HASKELL
Vogue 1947





HASKELL
Harper’s Bazaar 1947

HASKELL
Harper’s Bazaar March 1948

HASKELL
Harper’s Bazaar 1948

HASKELL
Vogue 1949





HASKELL
Vogue 1949

HASKELL
1949

HASKELL
Harper’s Bazaar 1949

HASKELL bow necklace, shown in 1949 ad at left.
Courtesy of Cathy Gordon


JEWELRY ADVERTISING

Haskell
Jewelry
Ads
1950’s and 1960’s



One of the most exciting reference sources for
attributing and dating vintage jewelry is the advertising in magazines from
years past. These wonderful old ads illustrate how jewelry was worn, when it
was made, and how it coordinated with the styles of the time.

Many of these ads were shared courtesy of Julie
Scarlett, who sells vintage ads under the seller name papercharm on
ebay.



Click on each picture for a larger view.





HASKELL 1948

HASKELL 1950

HASKELL
Harper’s Bazaar
November, 1950

HASKELL
Harper’s Bazaar 1951




HASKELL October 1951, Vogue
"Jewelled "buttons. Two pins $35.00 each, Necklace,$60.00. Elongated fake
pearl earrings $20.00. All by Miriam Haskell. Saks Fifth Ave.
HASKELL green glass beads and artificial pearls necklace. HASKELL
Vogue 1951





HASKELL, Vogue Magazine November 1951
Original price $180.00. Same necklace as on page 127 of the Cera Haskell
Jewelry book.
Courtesy Dan Day, Queen’s Jewels
HASKELL red glass beads and
clear rhinestones brooch and earrings, circa 1951, part of set shown in ad at left.
#H15870
HASKELL
Harper’s Bazaar 1952
HASKELL 1954





HASKELL
Harper’s Bazaar
November 1954
HASKELL "Bacchanalia"
1955
HASKELL "Gardenia"
1955
HASKELL "Infanta Fringe"
Vogue 1956





HASKELL "Queen Blue"
1957
HASKELL
blue "moonstone" looking cabochons glow with color from every
angle and are surrounded by blue rhinestones. View
View View
View View
#H10460
View of "Queen Blue" set as seen on cover of VOGUE HASKELL "Cascade"
Vogue 1958





HASKELL
December 1958
HASKELL "White Tie"
Vogue Magazine, 1959
HASKELL
Harper’s Bazaar 1959
HASKELL
March 1959




HASKELL "Juliette"
1960
HASKELL 1961 HASKELL "Chantilly"
Harper’s Bazaar, 1962