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Thank you for your extensive dedication to this site. It’s been instrumental in helping me learn more about vintage designers. I actually have a Reja necklace from my mother in laws estate that I’m restoring. (Replace stones and seed pearls etc.) Thankfully the finish, a mix of silver and gold tone, is still in excellent condition. Thanks again for all your work!
- David Stone, Sat, 4 Sep 2021 9:36AM
I have posted a pic to the above website box. Hoping you can give me your opinion on this piece - if it is a Reja - it is not signed but sure looks as if it could be from same family. Thank u - beautiful work!
- Julie Holcomb | https://share.icloud.com/photos/0ViRihIYEtruBpg2y214IwC-A, Thu, 28 May 2020 7:01PM
Thanks, I used your site to identify my wife's brooch. It is the 1947 willow tree with moonstones and the red rhinestones. She was given it as a gift years ago. It is beautiful and we are curious as to a value?
- Eldon McWhorter, Mon, 8 Sep 2014 7:54PM
Hello Kathy, I recieved your response to my post regarding a lovely REJA Brooch I acquired in a lot in Pasadena, CA. years back. I relayed the story of what I believe to be quite the stylish couple on the town. Bejeweled from head to toe with
A lovely collection of stylish designed pieces elegant and lovley,others whimsical and cheerful. You sugested checking a few websites for pricing my REJA Brooch. From the Gardenesque Series,it is the piece pictured at the very top left of the Full page display #19. It seems to be the largest one with all of the adornments including the green enameling on the long leaves.The condition is nearly perfect. One tiny clear stone
missing. Almost invisible to the eye and also tiny pit on black pot.Thes are not even a distraction from the brillance and colorful display of this 'WOW' Flowerpot Brooch. It is marked 'REJA STERLING' (Gardenesque Series / Ad 1947)
I have a basic idea of the value in this fine condition.perhaps you might know of a store that has this piece as I only have seen other smaller less ornate and missing stones or needing repairs. I am sending you some pictures of this delightful and unique art piece. I'm really anxious to get your feedback.
Also, I would very much like to give you the first chance to see it and if you are interested I would be more that thrilled to have it go to a person with your passion and appreciation
for these wonderful pieces of art and fashion history. I would
be completely open to working to an amount that pleases us both. I've been recently laid off my job as a in-house costumer in the business of Motion Picture and T.V. Production
Wardrobe Rentals and figured it was time to let go of some of my favorite things. I soo appreciate your time and hope you will consider taking a special interest in this sparkling
array of floral splendor. WOW, That even exited ME
One more thing to add : I have other pieces you might
appreciate seeing (being a bit unusual.) Thank-you,Thank-You,
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- DEBRA WATT, Thu, 28 Apr 2011 11:15AM
Thank you for the learning experience. It really helped in my research on an antique brooch
- Miss Donnas Antiques, Fri, 12 Mar 2010 2:30PM
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