Vintage Designer Jewelry
Semi Tokar Purse
Designer Jewelry
Designer Dresses
Designer Jewelry
Vintage Designer Dresses
Designer Necklace

Along with our amazing selection of vintage, Victorian, and custom items, we also carry amazing artists from around the globe. Some of the many jewelry and clothing artists represented at Vintage Mirage include:

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Alex-NY Artificial (USA)
Alexa Lecomte (France)
Alice Caviness (USA)
Angela Caputi-Guggiu (Italy)
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Babylone (Christine Laaban- France)
Baroca Bijoux (France)
Boucher (Marcel) (USA)
Bridgland Glass Studio (USA)
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Carlo Zini (Italy)
Carol Miller (USA)
Chanel (France)
Charles Albert (USA)
Clotilde Silva-Unger (Italy)
Coro
Cynthia Lloyd (Cyzuki Industries, USA)
D
Dior (France)
Dominique Aurientis (France)
Dominique Denaive (France)
De Mario (Robert) (USA)
‘De Rosa (Ralph) (USA)
Draugsvold (USA)
E
Eisenberg (USA)
Elsa Schiaparelli (France)
Erez Epshtein-Silver Mind (USA, Israel)
Erica Zap (USA)
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Felicia Goldberg (USA)
Fernando Aldazabal (Spain)
Florenza (Italy)
G
Givenchy (France)
Gloria Astolfo (Italy)
H
Harkiss (Africa)
Hattie Carnegie (USA)
Hobe’ (William) (USA)
Hollycraft (USA)
I
Iris Lane (USA)
J
James Fedenheimer (Native American, USA)
Joan Dulla (USA)
Jolene Bird (Native American, USA)
JOMAZ (USA)
Joseph Bailon (Native American,USA)
Juliana (DeLizza & Elster) (USA)
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Kathryn Stanko (USA)
Kenneth J. Lane (KJL, USA)
Kramer NY (USA)
Krystal London (UK)
Kylah Haskins (USA)
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L. Bruce Hodgins (Native American, USA)
L. Tracey (Native American, USA)
Laguna
Lanvin (France)
Lee Wolfe
Linda Harjo (Native American, USA)
Leru (USA)
Lisner (USA)
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Manifest Design (Canada)
Makeshift Accessories (USA)
Marion Godart (France)
Martine Manardo (France)
Marvella
Maya Designs (USA)
Mazer, Mazer Bros (JOMAZ)(USA)
Medusa Heirlooms
Mio Studio (USA)
Miriam Haskell (USA)
Monet (USA)
Mony Art (Italy)
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Nanni (Italy)
Napier (USA)
P
Pannetta
Pell
Philippe Ferrandis (France)
Poggi (Patrick Battaglia, France)
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Ramos Pacheco (Native American, USA)
Regency
Renoir
Richelieu
Roberts
S
Sansegundo
Sarah Coventry (Sarah Cov) (USA)
Schiaparelli
Schrager
Schreiner (USA)
Selma Karaca (USA)
Semih Tokat (USA)
Shane Hendren (Native American, USA)
Soloval
Starborn
Swarovski
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TL (Native American, USA)
Tamsin Howells (British)
Tataborello (Italy)
Taxco (Mexico)
Toney O’Teo Mitchell (Native American, USA)
Trifari (USA)
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Vargas (USA)
Vendome (USA)
Vogue (USA)
W
Warner (USA)
Weiss (USA)
Whiting & Davis (USA)
Y
Yochi NY (USA)

 

Handmade Jewelry: Featured Artists and Designers

ALEX-NY ARTIFICIAL – Vintage findings from swimsuits plus vintage beads and pearls make these long necklaces unique and very shimmery.
BRIDGLAND GLASS STUDIO – Each glass pendant or large bead necklace is created with hand blown glass at the West Coast art glass studio.
CAROL MILLER -These genuine leather purses, hand-made in New York, no less, are refined and classic, with beautiful zippers and other metal features. The designs range from cross the body bags, travel bags, clutches, and unique 3 in 1 purses. A large selection of color and textured purses are available.
CYNTHIA LLOYD-CYZUKI INDUSTRIES – Each garment is composed of parts from old fabrics or reused garments which have been purposefully cut into geometric shapes and re-stitched with binding stitches to make a raw-edged, pieced look. Each item is one-of-a -kind.
DOMINIQUE DENAIVE (France) – Dominique Denaive has created costume jewelry of all kinds in resin since 1981 in small quantities by hand. The history and tradition of resin is a current expansion of the French tradition of the 19th century called Galalith.
MELISSA DRAUGSVOLD-DRAUGSVOLD JEWELRY(USA) – Melissa Draugsvold designs unique, one-of-a-kind jewelry combining semi-precious stones, feathers, vintage metal pieces, chains, and beads to create texture, contrast, geometry of shape, density of color, and bold combinations. Melissa states: “I find inspiration in found objects and thrive in creating wearable one of a kind art objects.”
EREZ EPSHTEIN-SILVER MIND – Sterling silver, gem stones, and authentic Roman coins are the materials for the unique jewelry cuff links, necklaces, and pendants with hand made chains and surrounds.
ERICA ZAP – Woven sterling silver threads formed into chainmail tubes and metal beads are finished into varying shades of metal jewelry, earrings, necklaces, belts, and bracelets.
FELICIA GOLDBERG – Jewelry made from wood and sea shells embellished with gem stones and crystals make for an elegant earthy look.
HARKISS – A non profit organization offering African women creative skills and work in their respective villages, making a large selection of jewelry and home accessories.
JAMES FEDENHEIMER – An award winning Native American jeweler working with sterling silver. Crystals, gem stones, and shapes identifiable from the reservation and surroundings, such as horses.
JOAN DULLA – An artist who crochets with sterling silver wire and then dyes the wires vibrant colors, adding gem stones and pearls to enhance the chainmail look. Often the shapes are spherical, woven bright-colored balls tied together, forming the earrings, bracelets, and necklaces.
JOLENE BIRD – A Southwest Native American award winning jewelry artist whose work is created out of mosaic pieces of gemstones. These geometric mosaics are then formed into large beads, supported/attached to wood or horn frames to form bracelets or necklaces.
IRIS LANE – Designer of unique jewelry and purses, employing various metals, beads, wire, and pearls. The jewelry pieces or purses explore the solid and empty air/positive and negative space in the wearing, so the pieces stand out and then disappear on the wearer.
KATHRYN STANKO – An innovator whose ‘metal lace’ crochet of sterling silver, copper, and gold wire took the handcrafted community by storm. The shapes are filigree and shimmery with pearls, crystals, gemstones-earrings, bracelets, and necklaces.
KYLAH HASKINS – A decoupage artist who embellished vintage purses, shoes, hats, and jewelry with antique decals and travel theme images from Paris, France, and other destinations. Each item is one-of-a-kind and classy.
LBH – Native American jeweler from the Southwest works with sterling silver, turquoise, coral, and other gemstones. The organic shapes and items emphasize the form naturally offered by the gems, necklaces, and cuff bracelets.
L TRACY – A Southwest Native American female artist who creates forms such as personal container pendants which are worn around the neck and engraved sterling silver one-of-a-kind pieces.
LINDA HARJO – A Native American jewelry artist whose necklaces are unique, a combination of large double pearls, crystals, and beads.
MAKESHIFT – DEVIN JOHNSON – Creates jewelry from recycled, salvaged, and antique industrial materials with inventiveness. The bracelets and earrings are made from cut up various metal materials and labels. The patterns and textures of the jewelry are unique.
MANIFEST DESIGN—VIRGINIE PLANAS – A Canadian artist who hand-colors aluminum
with watercolor-like transparency, bends tubing, and embellishes the light pieces with beads and crystals. Earrings, bracelets, and rings.
MAYA DESIGNS – Large brass and mixed metal findings serve as the anchors for large gemstones, pearls, and beads in rich hues for over-the-top necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and purses.
MARION GODART – This well-known Parisian jewelry designer creates wonderful, embellished, and modern jewelry from resins, following in the traditions of Galalaith, mid century modern Europe and USA, paralleling the Bakelite traditions. New twists include marbelling and two sided shapes and hues take the pieces into a contemporary and artistic wearable direction. Earrings, necklaces, pins, bracelets offer extensive shapes, embellished with crystals, beads, neon colors and marbles. Chains, bangles, dangling earrings, belts, and necklaces.
MIO STUDIO – Ultra-modern and geometric, these artists from the North East create jewelry combining aluminum and ebony. Large cuff bracelets, dangling earrings, and geometric necklaces play off the juxtaposition off of the shimmery surfaces of the silver aluminum and deep black wood. Although these pieces appear heavy with shape, they remain lightweight and easy to wear.
SELMA KARACA – Award winning New York City Turkish hat and clothing designer who works with bands of lace, fabric, pattern, and ribbon material combined to change the architecture of clothing and wearability. One-of-a-kind garments, stretchy, washable, see-through, and opaque pieces which can be combined in many layers or worn see through to the underneath of skin.
SEMIH TOKAT – New York City Turkish master leather artist creates one-of-a-kind leather pieces and accessories, including musical instrument cases, dance bags, purses, wallets, backpacks, clutches, and belts. A creative colleague and collaborator for the NYC arts community for many years, Semih combines works with over 40 different colors and textures of leather, forging the current trend for fashion in NYC. Purses, belts, and backpacks are one-of-a-kind, special order-silver, gold, neon pink, blue, fringe, faux leopard, zebra, and oh so many more.
SHANE HENDREN – A Southwest Native American award winning jewelry artist whose 10 precious metal jewelry sets a unique and creative direction. Sterling silver and more precious metals are formed in layers and then engraved and pierced to expose a rich multi-layer of tones and shapes. The cuff bracelets, belt buckles, earrings and necklaces are refined and unique- sterling silver, precious metals, turquoise, coral and geometric and organic forms present a unique expression for a traditional sterling silver artist.
TONEY O’TEO MITCHELL – Award winning master Native American jewelry artist and master teacher of the native jewelry artist community working in sterling silver. Toney pioneered the trend of hand making sterling silver chains and architecturally engraved/shaped jewelry-cuffs, earrings, pins, rings, and belt buckles. Large gem stones and turquoise all direct the form and content for these statement pieces, each one encouraged and created uniquely. Inside or on the reverse side of each piece is a story/narrative engraved.