Posted 7 months ago
This is an oldie but goodie. Don’t you just love Amber jewelry? D & E Keystones started showing up in 1958, long before the “Juliana” line. The word keystone is used as the main stones look like old fashioned key- holes in antique doors. Another term is tapered baguette, I like keystone better. I’m gonna hunt down the earrings to this piece, though hard to find, being 62 years old! The open-back design makes these stones glow! And remember...All Juliana is D & E, but not all D & E is Juliana.