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DeLizza & Elster was a costume jewelry manufacturer for more than
40 years. This was a company well-known to insiders but not the general public. Their name was the name behind many companies selling
costume jewelry from 1947-1990, and includes a company they created for retail sales, Juliana Jewelry.
The list of companies purchasing jewelry from DeLizza & Elster during that timeframe, reads like a star-studded guest list. Companies
like Capri, Alice Caviness, Coro, Kramer and Weiss to company moguls - Les Bernard, lHattie Carnegie, Pakula, Joan Rivers, and Kenneth
J. Lane. There were home party and catalog companies like Sarah Coventry, Tara and Park Lane as well as large corporations such as
Surprise! Walt Disney and an innovative retail concept company, Bijoux Terner.
Mr. DeLizza has written a new book titled, Memoirs of a Fashion Jewelry Manufacturer (DeLizza & Elster). The book which is scheduled for release this month (February 2007) includes copies of the original black and white design sketches along with color photos of various styles of jewelry the company made. Mr. DeLizza writes, "Buy the book to read, read the book to learn and share the book with others to remember what used to be".