REFLECTION JEWELRY: THE STYLE OF Trabert & Hoeffer-Mauboussin

“Deep in the heart of every woman is the conviction that there is something about her that is 'just a little different,’ an individual charm which serves to make her personality stand out from the commonplace crowd.” So observed a March 1935 issue of Jewelers’ Circular Keystone. The American jewelry house of Trabert & Hoeffer-Mauboussin took this observation to heart during the late 1930s and early 1940s, and made a significant contribution to 20th century jewelry design with its typically American concept called “Reflection – Your Personality in a Jewel.” In Reflection jewelry, standardization and individuality were uniquely combined for the first time. Technical advances leading to mass-production brought the quality and selectivity associated with custom-designed jewelry – previously reserved for the very rich – to a wide-spread audience. Reflection jewels

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