Napier Jewelry Featured in WWD 1955.

Napier’s Textured Surfaces Are Noted in 1995

Fashion notes in 1995 by Women’s Wear Daily indicated that textured metal surfaces were the incoming mode. However, smooth surfaces were expected to make a comeback. The Napier necklace featured in this editorial satisfied both by combing hand-textured metal flanked by highly-polished surfaces on crescent-shaped links.
Shown here is the matching bracelet to Napier’s necklace featured in the WWD 1955 article. This was part of Napier’s collection featured by Amos Parrish. Amos Parrish was a renowned fashion expert who’s company held fashion clinics for the leading department stores. Click here to purchase the bracelet. https://napierbook.com/product/vintage-napier-1950s-amos-parrish-bracelet/ #napierjewelry #napierhistory #napierbook #blog #braceletforsale #amosparrishfrom The Napier Book https://ift.tt/3cnbS9h

Author: Melinda Lewis

Jewelry historian, Melinda Lewis is co-founder of Costume Jewelry Collectors Int’l (CJCI) and author of The Napier Co.: Defining 20th Century American Costume Jewelry.