Throughout the changes they have always produced affordable and fashionable costume jewelry.The Monet Company always wanted to add a special touch to their jewelry creations.
In 1937, the Chernow brothers changed the company's name and began marketing the jewelry under the name Monet.
Over the years the Monet Company has been sold several times.
Through the years Monet designers stayed abreast of the times changing their styles and designs to keep their jewelry stylish and in fashion.
In addition they were responsible for many leading developments in the jewelry field including the barrel clutch for women with pierced ears and the friction ear clip, a very comfortable option for women with non pierced ears.
In the early years of Monocraft, much of the first jewelry produced was similar to the monogrammed plaques. Monet jewelry of the 1940s was found in almost every department store of the times. In the 1950s the jewelry made by Monet reflected the changing times in their designs.
The jewelry designed with classic simplistic beauty was often embellished with sparkling Austrian crystals or rhinestones. Among their many popular designs were figural pieces such as poodle dog pins, bow pins, charms and charm bracelets.
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Kent (1976-1980) Louis Feraud 1984, Celia Sebiri 1987, Jose and Maria Barrera 1989-1996, Shaill Jhevari 1993-1994, Elizabeth Taylor 1993-1997, Coreen Simpson 1994-1998, Billy D. David jewelry right now.) Bell Trading Post (Also Bell Copper) - In business since 1935 to the late 1980s.
Using the same gold-plating techniques they used on the monograms, they created beautiful jewelry designs.