Question by  Josh31 (28)

Where can I find Emmons jewelry?

I think Emmons jewelry is beautiful and I collect it.


Answer by  alison123 (85)

Emmons jewelery is no longer in business. Emmon jewelry if in good condition is very collectible.The necklaces are lovely and so are the earrings, if you can find them.One good place to find Emmons Jewelry is on the internet and possibly auction houses.I found my pieces of jewelry in those places.


Answer by  BrendaG (6111)

This jewelry can be purchased on different online stores including Sharon's Vintage Store, Jewels of Yesteryear, and Evie Jewelry, among others.


Answer by  Tracy81 (16)

If you Google Emmons jewelry you'll get a site called Vintage Costume Jewelry For You and they have some Emmons bracelets. Jewels of Yester Years also sells Emmons brooches/pins & earrings. When I searched on eBay using the keyword Emmons Jewelry I got 482 matches, that would be your best bet for finding lots of options in one place.


Answer by  taibakhan (15)

Emmons jewelry company was started in 1949 and closed in 1981 so it will difficult to find pieces because it is like antique. Maybe it can be found in thrift stores or some good online stores or it can be found in old jewelry shops of New York.


Answer by  Ssally (191)

There are numerous websites of vintage jewelry that may carry Emmons. You can also check at garage sales, thrift stores and consignment shops. It's like treasure hunting! Good luck and happy shopping.


Answer by  Anonymous

Try Ruby Lane. There are hundreds of individual shop owners selling vintage and antique collectibles. Also try their sister site Ruby Plaza


Answer by  linsm (898)

Emmons jewelry is difficult to find. There are a few websites such as: Jewelsofyesteryear,and E-Bay where Emmons jewelry can be found and bought. Try dealers in vintage jewelry as well.


Answer by  y3636363 (1380)

Well if you like it then you go on ebay and buy some off that website and another thing buy directly from the store itself. Just search it online on google.


Answer by  mrbiga (1)

We have a un-used Emmons # 1514 fan shaped pin in original capsule container. Fan shaped w/"dearest" label. Fan shape pin with 36 simulated stones. Can anyone tell us the history of this?

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