One of the appealing aspects of collecting Christmas jewelry
comes with the affordability of the hobby. There are still lots of vintage items from the 1940s-1960s on the secondary antiques market available for less than $25 apiece, and some that are even less expensive than that. Contemporary Christmas jewelry can be equally as collectible, and some of those items are very reasonably priced as well. Even the most expensive pieces won’t cost much more than $200-300 each, and those falling into this upper echelon are quite rare.
But this is also a fun collection, and it’s wearable. Both attributes that attract many devoted holiday jewelry fans. Some people even wear a different piece each day between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Others decorate with this type of jewelry pinning it on pillows, hanging it on trees and just generally expressing their creativity with wearable art.
Learn about What to Look for in Christmas Jewelry on page 2.