Jewellery from Miranda's Choice

Individual & handmade VINTAGE & ROCKABILLY JEWELLERY

Jewellery is not just jewellery. It is an expression of style, individuality and character. Jewellery is joie de vivre, experimentation and a declaration of love. Jewellery is affirmation and a statement. And sometimes all of this can be put in the limelight in an eye-catching way. That's why our jewellery can also be called statement jewellery - eye-catching and original.
 

Fancy earrings vintage, tiki, exotic - eye-catching & stud earrings
Necklaces and colliers with fruits and sweets
Earrings, necklaces and fascinator in a set
Corsage Flower - Flowers Brooch
Elegant fans made of wood & fabric

Earrings with grinchies head with grinch jewelry
Earrings with grinchies, perfect for xmas
You probably know the funny story about the little green guy who steals the Christmas presents... Due to great demand we have now produced our own interpretation in laborious manual work. Formed out of polymer clay, painted by hand and with a small cap, each head is unique. We wish you a grinning Christmas!
 
from 36,90 EUR
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Triple flowers with pearl - Pearl necklace Triple flowers with pearl - Pearl necklace
Triple flowers with pearl - Collier in vintage style in pastel colours
Filigree worked flowers in pink, white and yellow in a small bouquet adorn a large pearl. Lined up on a pearl necklace, the pendants look particularly noble. 
35,90 EUR
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Earrings with pink Christmas tree Earrings
Earrings with Christmas tree
With this earrings, Christmas spirit is brought to life. The decorative Christmas tree with a fine pearl hanging and a big pearl at the bottom will decorate you perfectly for the feast of love! By the way: decorating the tree was yesterday! Decorate yourself!
from 18,90 EUR
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Cinnamon star earrings for Christmas earrings on head
Cinnamon star earrings for Christmas
The scent of marzipan, fir and cinnamon fills the air and it's clear to everyone: Christmas is just around the corner. We love the contemplative time and we love baking and celebrate it with these wonderful earrings.
from 16,90 EUR
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Fan with blossoms - black
Such a fan can do wonders. In the hot summer sun, he gets as cool as after a hot dance on the floor.
Here comes a playful version with blossoms
 
11,90 EUR
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
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ROCKABILLY JEWELLERY - COLOURFUL 50S ACCESSORIES

Fancy earrings vintage, tiki, exotic - eye-catching & stud earrings

Earrings

Our range of earrings is huge and varied, but yes, we still make everything ourselves. In doing so, we are always on the lookout for special materials. Many of our jewellery pieces are vintage inspired, so we use clay flowers or acrylic resin that is close to the bakelite of the 50s. We like to use old collector's toys to make extraordinary statement earrings. Bamboo and rattan are used as well as sparkling gemstones or plastic fruit.
Necklaces and colliers with fruits and sweets

Necklaces

If we're going to make earrings, then we can't do without matching necklaces. Whether as a pendant on a pearl necklace or dangling from a link chain, our colliers (they tend to be worn short) set great accents.
Earrings, necklaces and fascinator in a set

Jewellery Sets

You can save real money when you buy our sets. The earrings come beautifully packaged with either a fascinator or a necklace. Here, too, you can choose which clasp your earrings should have. Our mini fascinators and matching earrings make the perfect gift.
Corsage Flower - Flowers Brooch

 

Flower Brooche / Corsage

Our great flower corsages let a blaze of colour blossom on your lapel. You are spoilt for choice between large flower bouquets and small bouquets. They all have one thing in common: they are multifunctional and can also be worn as hat flowers and/or hair flowers.
Elegant fans made of wood & fabric

 

Fans

Unsere Fächer sind ein hübsches Accessoires für den Sommer. Wir haben sie in vielen Farben in einer außergewöhnlichen Muschelform. Sie sind stabil und bei heißen Temperaturen mehr als nützlich. 
Nadine mit Hüten

 

HANDMADE ACCESSORIES 

More from Miranda's Choice: Complement your accessories with an accessory from our hair accessories collection. How about elegant half hats or a easy urban? Or go for the Jackie Kennedy look with a pillbox hat or beret. Everything is handmade with love for you. Discover the world of Miranda's Choice.

Frequently asked questions

What are the ear hooks

According to our material merchant, they are nickel & cadmium free. But we offer you almost all earrings with 925 silver ear hooks. By the way, you can also order the earrings as clip or stud earrings.

I prefer to wear the necklace a little longer

Our necklaces end with a link chain at one end, depending on which one you clip the carabiner into, it will be shorter or longer.

Can I return ordered jewelry?

You can cancel your purchase within 14 days of delivery and return your items to us (learn more here). We will then disinfect the earrings and refund the purchase price.

50S JEWELLERY - A SMALL RETROSPECTIVE

Die Geschichte des Schmucks ist so lang wie die Menschheit selbst. Schon in der Steinzeit zierten Menschen sich mit Muscheln, Schneckenhäusern oder Knochen. Es ist überraschend, aber in der uralten Zeit wurden Ohrringe hauptsächlich von Männern getragen. Der kirchliche Klerus, Adlige, Könige und die gut betuchte Oberschicht schmückten sich stets mit Zierrat aus Gold, Silber, Platin, Perlen, Elfenbein und Edelsteinen. Besonders zu Kriegszeiten und Wirtschaftskrisen wurden Schmuck und Edelmetalle auch als Zahlungsmittel verwendet.  Im Nachkriegs-Deutschland wurde Schmuck von Privatpersonen von den Alliierten als Reparationszahlung eingefordert. Schmücken wollten sich die Damen dennoch, aber es musste erschwinglich sein. Neue Materialien in der Schmuckverarbeitung hielten bereits in den 1920er Jahren Einzug in die Modewelt – es entstand Modeschmuck (damals war es noch kein Begriff, der für eher minderwertigen Schmuck stand). Noch bevor die legendäre Coco Chanel den Modeschmuck wirklich salonfähig machte, waren es die großen französischen Juweliere, die mit ausgesprochen avantgardistischen Entwürfen herausragende Kreationen hervorbrachten und auch nicht vor der Verwendung von neuen Kunststoffen Halt machten. 

BAKELIT

Kunststoffe ermöglichten so die Herstellung von Schmuckstücken aus Bakelite, Lucite oder Softplastik. Softplastik wurde zwar in Deutschland hergestellt, erfreute sich aber vor allen Dingen in Amerika großer Beliebtheit. Es waren keine Prunkstücke, die Frau in jenen Jahren neu kaufte, es waren Accessoires, die vor allem das Gefühl vermittelten, etwas Neues zu haben, modisch wieder mithalten zu können. Mit dem Wandel der neuen, modernen Zeit trugen Wagemutige auffällige, große Ohrschmuckkreationen. 

RETRO & EARLY MERCHANDISING

The history of jewellery is as long as humanity itself. Even in the Stone Age, people adorned themselves with shells, snail shells or bones. It is surprising, but in ancient times earrings were mainly worn by men. The ecclesiastical clergy, nobles, kings and the well-heeled upper class always adorned themselves with ornaments made of gold, silver, platinum, pearls, ivory and precious stones. Especially in times of war and economic crises, jewellery and precious metals were also used as a means of payment.  In post-war Germany, jewellery from private individuals was demanded by the Allies as reparations. Ladies still wanted to adorn themselves, but it had to be affordable. New materials in jewellery processing entered the fashion world as early as the 1920s - costume jewellery was born (at that time it was not yet a term that stood for rather inferior jewellery). Even before the legendary Coco Chanel made costume jewellery really socially acceptable, it was the great French jewellers who came up with outstanding creations with decidedly avant-garde designs and did not even stop at the use of new plastics. 

BAKELITE

Plastics made it possible to produce jewellery from Bakelite, Lucite or soft plastic. Although soft plastic was produced in Germany, it enjoyed great popularity, especially in America. These were not showpieces that women bought new in those years, they were accessories that above all conveyed the feeling of having something new, of being able to keep up with fashion again. With the change of the new, modern era, daring people wore eye-catching, large ear jewellery creations. 

RETRO & EARLY MERCHANDISING

A major factor in the popularisation of costume jewellery was Hollywood films. The leading female stars of the 1940s and 1950s often wore these pieces to help sell them. When Bette Davis wore a necklace in "The Private Lifes of Elizabeth and Essex", a copy could be purchased. Stars such as Vivien Leigh, Elizabeth Taylor and Jane Russell became advertising icons for the jewellery industry and large department stores such as Woolworth made it possible for ordinary women to own and wear such jewellery.
 
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Fancy earrings vintage, tiki, exotic - eye-catching & stud earrings

Earrings

Our range of earrings is huge and varied, but yes, we still make everything ourselves. In doing so, we are always on the lookout for special materials. Many of our jewellery pieces are vintage inspired, so we use clay flowers or even acrylic resin that is close to the bakelite of the 50s. We like to use old collector's toys to make extraordinary statement earrings. Bamboo and rattan are used as well as sparkling gemstones or plastic fruit.

Necklaces and colliers with fruits and sweets

Necklaces

If we're going to make earrings, then we can't do without matching necklaces. Whether as a pendant on a pearl necklace or dangling from a link chain, our necklaces (they tend to be worn short) set great accents.

 

Earrings, necklaces and fascinator in a set

Jewellery sets

You can save real money when you buy our sets. The earrings come beautifully packaged with either a fascinator or a necklace. You can also choose which clasp you would like your earrings to have. Our mini fascinators with matching ear jewellery make the perfect gift.

Corsage Flower - Flowers Brooch

Corsages/ Brooches

Our great flower corsages let a blaze of colour blossom on your lapel. You are spoilt for choice between large flower bouquets and small bouquets. They all have one thing in common: they are multifunctional and can also be worn as hat flowers and/or hair flowers.

 

 

Elegant fans made of wood & fabric

Fan

Our fans are a pretty accessory for the summer. We have them in many colours in an unusual shell shape. They are sturdy and more than useful in hot temperatures. 

Nadine with hats

Rockabilly & vintage accessories

More from Miranda's choice: Complement your accessories with an accessory from our hair accessories collection. How about an elegant half hat or a turban? Or go for the Jackie Kennedy look with a pillbox hat or beret. Everything is handmade with love for you. Discover the world of 

50s jewellery - a small retrospective

The history of jewellery is as long as mankind itself. Even in the Stone Age, people adorned themselves with shells, snail shells or bones. It is surprising, but in ancient times earrings were mainly worn by men. The ecclesiastical clergy, nobles, kings and the well-heeled upper class always adorned themselves with ornaments made of gold, silver, platinum, pearls, ivory and precious stones. Especially in times of war and economic crises, jewellery and precious metals were also used as a means of payment.

In post-war Germany, jewellery was demanded from private individuals by the Allies as reparations. Ladies still wanted to adorn themselves, but it had to be affordable. New materials in jewellery processing entered the fashion world as early as the 1920s - costume jewellery was born (at that time it was not yet a term that stood for rather inferior jewellery). Even before the legendary Coco Chanel made costume jewellery really socially acceptable, it was the great French jewellers who came up with outstanding creations with decidedly avant-garde designs and did not stop at the use of new plastics.

BAKELIT

Plastics thus made it possible to produce jewellery made of Bakelite, Lucite or soft plastic. Although soft plastic was produced in Germany, it enjoyed great popularity, especially in America. These were not showpieces that women bought new in those years, they were accessories that above all conveyed the feeling of having something new, of being able to keep up with fashion again. With the change of the new, modern times, daring people wore eye-catching, large ear jewellery creations.

RETRO & EARLY MERCHANDISING

A major factor in the popularisation of costume jewellery was Hollywood movies. The leading female stars of the 1940s and 1950s often wore these pieces to help sell them. When Bette Davis wore a necklace in "The Private Lifes of Elizabeth and Essex", a copy could be purchased. Stars such as Vivien Leigh, Elizabeth Taylor and Jane Russell became advertising icons for the jewellery industry and large department stores such as Woolworth made it possible for ordinary women to own and wear such jewellery. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)