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Vintage costume jewellery

03-03-2011 12:40 PM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

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Nothing livens up an outfit more than a piece (or pieces) of vintage costume jewellery which I found out when I wondered into Chilton’s Antiques at Bondi (they’re also located in Miranda) and walked out with costume jewellery from a bygone era. I felt like I had stepped back in time to the early twentieth century with my new vintage necklace and earrings, and I was reminded of my childhood when I went through my grandmothers jewellery and tried everything on.


The helpful and knowledge staff at Chilton’s really knew what they were talking about as I learnt that vintage costume jewellery comes from an era in jewellery design and manufacturing that was concern with mass production as it was jewellery for the masses and only designed to be in fashion for a short period of time. Little did those designers and manufacturers know that to this day people are still searching for vintage costume jewellery as it is unique, stands out from the rest and in most cases reasonably priced.

As I had never purchased jewellery or any other products from an antique store I was very excited with my purchase – my first investment in vintage costume jewellery. I was quickly reminded that when it comes to vintage costume jewellery it wasn’t designed for investment, only fashion. My slight disappointment faded when I looked back to my purchases and realized it was a fashion investment.

I would happily recommend Chilton’s Antiques to anyone looking to “invest” in vintage costume jewellery, so take a look at their website at www.chiltonsantiques.com.au or visit one of their two stores in either Bondi or Miranda. Enjoy the jewellery of the past and imagine the stories they could tell.

I would happily recommend Chilton’s Antiques to anyone looking to “invest” in vintage costume jewellery, so take a look at their website at www.chiltonsantiques.com.au or visit one of their two stores in either Bondi or Miranda. Enjoy the jewellery of the past and imagine the stories they could tell.

Chilton’s Antiques 579 Kingsway Miranda NSW Australia 2228
Phone- 02 9524 0360
Fax- 02 9525 6625

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