5 As a rule, Judith Hendler pieces are not signed. They come with hang tags, and sometimes with soft pouches. The previously owned jewelry doesn't always have a tag, so I hope this album will help you to identify the jewelry.
6 Judith will sign her jewelry for you at a trunk show. She will be on the premises, and is happy to sign for you. The only two pieces in this album that are signed are the Mink Ice, and the black and white. They are both signed on the neck ring.
8 Earrings are probably the hardest to identify as real Judith Hendler. They are not signed, and the designs are not hugely different from other earrings.
10 This by pass has sterling end caps. NOT Hendler.
13 These pieces are called the Champagne pieces because of the bubbles. "Goodness! This is stunning!" View Comments...
15 This color is mink ice. Judith has said that this set was the only one of this style in this unique color that was made. The color was too hard to keep constant. The set design was made in different colors, just not the Mink Ice. Taken from the Lush Life web site, which is where I bought this set. Thank you Erik!
17 Just did get these. I think these pinks will go with any of the Hendler pinks that I have. I'm not one that has to have the exact match....these will also be great all by themselves.
20 These earrings and the earrings in the next photo are pretty distinctive to Judith Hendler's designs.
26 Here you can see the difference in the tube sizes. The Champagne bubble bracelet to the right is a Hendler.
27 Yes, Hendler on the top....not Hendler on the bottom.
28 The following are photos of the simple clasp that is used in the Judith Hendler design.
29 This is the closed side of the purple neckring.
30 This is the open side of the neckring. Just a very simple hook that works well. The Hendler pieces are quite fragile in this area. The hooks and other metal inserts can come loose if you are not careful with them.
31 Not Hendler. The tubes are the narrow ones, and they are bent in more intricate bends than the Judith Hendler bracelets. Here is what Judith said when asked if this one was hers. "There was someone working several years after I started that tried to copy the line and this is probably one of those pieces. They had very poor success and stopped after a very short while."
Judy Totally amazed at your collection. I recently stumbled across this designer and fell in love with her designs. I just won my first ever piece at auction and am so excited to receive it!! Seeing your pieces only makes me want more. So edgy and modern. Thx for sharing. Nikki - Nikki, Fri, 24 Aug 2012 5:59PM
I have a Judith Hendler necklace and earring set. It is about 25 years old and I would like to sell it. It is in mind condition. Does anyone have ideas? Thank you. - ginger lassy, Wed, 8 Aug 2012 5:27PM
Amazing collection ! I believe you may have bought the #6 lavender necklace from me at the SF Deco to Modernism Show a few years ago. I found my second piece ever, today !! Its a pink triangular tube bangle. I was reading an article about Hendler in the current Modernism magazine while at work today in the antique collective I sell at. I walked by another dealer's case and there it was ! How's that for a quinky dink. lol. I'm hooked now,so my search begins in earnest... - Ken West, Fri, 7 Jan 2011 10:50PM
Wowowowow !!!!!! I love every single piece...this is amazing jewelry...so pop art and different...Thank you so so much for opening my eyes to this amazing designer...very very cool, best wishes, Linda - Linda Caricofe | http://www.rubylane.com/shops/rcantiques, Thu, 24 Jun 2010 9:19AM