Pieces are typically stamped "Czech" or "Czechoslavakia" on the findings (really tiny on the c-clasps) or on the back of pin hardware. There is a lot of unsigned or "attributed" Czech jewelry as well. Be sure to purchase from a reputable seller. Look for original enameling and colorful and unusually cut stones and you won't be disappointed in owning this fabulous style of jewelry!
Here are some absolutely gorgeous examples of Czech jewelry from reputable sellers on Etsy. All pieces are available for purchase, so click on the link below the pic to be directed to the listing!
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Ok... take a deep breath... this next necklace is absolutely and extraordinarily over-the-top Czech!!
This piece features super rare and stunning "robins egg" glass accented with deep blue lapis glass... and don't get me started on those fabulous dangles and brass filigree... let me pick my jaw up off the floor! BUY THIS PIECE!!!
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Etsy has so many different Czech pieces available, from brooches to bracelets, lavaliers and necklaces, from the super extravagant to the more dainty and understated "everyday wear" pieces. Search "Ecochic Czech" to see all the Ecochic team has to offer!
Recommended reading... Fabulous Fakes by Carole Tanenbaum. This book has the most stunning collection of jewelry, awesome info, and even more astounding photographs! There are no values, but if you really love to look at amazing jewelry, this book will make you drool.. It's like a wish list for collectors!
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