ORNAMENT, JEWELRY & ACCESSORY
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H  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR HOUSE OF CLASPS, NEW YORK SINCE 1962

H  *INSIDE A STAR MARK FOR ALVIN H. HANKIN, SEATTLE, WA. SINCE 1920

HAW  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR H.A.WILSON CO., NEWARK, NJ SINCE 1935

HB  *JOINED LETTERS INSIDE MODIFIED 4 LEAF CLOVER - MARK FOR HERMANN
        BRANDES, NEW YORK SINCE 1962

HB  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR HUTZLER BROS., BALTIMORE, MD. SINCE 1934

HBF  *JEWLERY TRADEMARK USED BY B.J.HIRSCH, NEW YORK SINCE 1934

H&C CO.  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR HOPKINS & CARLISH, NEW YORK SINCE 1934

H.G.E.  *JEWLERY TRADEMARK FOR UNCAS MFG., PROVIDENCE RI SINCE 1965

HH  *WITHIN A DIAMOND SHAPE WITH HEART AND "X"-TRADEMARK FOR HELLER
        *HELLER, NEWARK, NJ SINCE 1945.

HL  *JOINED LETTERS - JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR HENRY LANDIS, NEW YORK SINCE       1961.

HL  *JOINED LETTERS - JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR H. LEKOWITZ, INC. NEW YORK, SINCE 1939

H.L.P.  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR NIASH REFINING CO.,/HIS LORDSHIP PRODUCTS
   CO.,   NEW YORK SINCDE 1953. (MENS ALSO)

HMH  *JOINED LETTERS - TRADEMARK FOR THE H.M.H. CO., PROVIDENCE, RI FOR  RELIGIOUS JEWELRY SINCE 1944

HMT  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK USED BY HOWARD M. TAFT, PLYMOUTH, NH SINCE 1950

H&O  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR HAVEY & OTIS, PROVIDENCE RI SINCE 1904

HR  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR HERBERT ROSENTHAL JEWELRY, NEW YORK SINCE  1962

HRH  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR MARTIN HERSCH, NEW YORK SINCE 1961

HABILLEE  *ART APPLIQUE FORM WHERE ACTUAL PIECES OF FABRIC ARE PASTED  ONTO A PICTURE TO REPRESENT CLOTHING OR                OTHER TEXTILE MADE  ITEMS.

HABILIMENT  *THE DECORATION OF GARMANTS, ETC. WITH BORDERS OF GILT THREADS,
                             SEED PEARLS, PASTE WORK, ETC.

HADLSEYITE  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR HADLEY CO., PROVIDENCE, RI FOR BRACELETS  SINCE 1931

HADDAD, AMEEN F.  *PERFUMER;NY NY; C. 1890'S; "MIDHAT PASHA", "SULTAN'S FAVORITE"

HAEMATITE  *SEMI PRECIOUS STONE; BLACK WITH A SHINY METALLIC LUSTER.


HAGLER, STANLEY  *JEWELRY DESIGNER  1953-PRESENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE "HASKELL" STYLE
   JEWELRY. PIECES ARE HAND-WIRED AND ARE USUALLY ENCRUSTED WITH COMBOS
   OF BAROQUE PEARL, AND EXQUISITE STONES. HE CREATED COLLECTIONS FOR
   LORD & TAYLOR, BERGDORF GOODMAN AND SAKS FIFTH AVENUE AS WELL AS
   OTHERS BOTH HERE AND ABROAD.  HIS CREATIONS HAVE BEEN WORN BY ROYALTY
   AND THE RICH AND FAMOUS. STANLEY HAGLER LIVED AND DESIGNED IN FLORIDA
   UNTIL HIS DEATH IN 1996.


HALEY              *USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH A SHIELD - TRADEMARK FOR RAYELL CO., NEW YORK   SINCE 1946.


HAIR JEWELRY   *THIS JEWELRY WAS POPULAR DURING THE VICTORIAN ERA AND WAS A POPULAR
                                PARLOR PASTTIME FOR YOUNG LADIES.  HAIR JEWELRY WAS POPULAR AS A
                                TYPE OF MOURNING JEWELRY USUALLY MADE FROM THE LOCK OF HAIR OF A LOVED
                                DECEASED. HOWEVER, NOT ALL HAIR JEWELRY WAS MOURNING JEWELRY. SOME WAS
                                ACTUALLY MADE FROM HORSEHAIR BECAUSE IT WAS COARSE AND EASY TO WORK WITH.
                                IF ONE DID NOT WANT TO MAKE THEIR OWN JEWELRY THEY COULD SEND THE HAIR OFF
                               TO ANY NUMBER OF PLACES TO HAVE A SPECIAL DESIGN MADE. THERE WERE JEWELRS
                               IN NEW YORK AND LONDON THAT SPECIALIZED IN MAKING THIS TYPE OF JEWELRY. a
                               YOUNG LADY WOULD PRESENT HER BEAU WITH A NECKCHAIN OF HER HAIR  - THAT WAY
                               A PART OF HER WOULD BE WITH HIM AT ALL TIMES........HMMMMM. THIS QUOTE FROM
                               GODEY'S IS TYPICAL OF THE FEELING TOWARD HAIR JEWELRY:
                                    "HAIR IS AT ONCE THE MOST DELICATE AND LASTING OF OUR MATERIALS, AND
                                  SURVIVES US, LIKE LOVE. IT IS SO LIGHT, SO GENTLE, SO ESCAPING FROM THE IDEA OF
                                DEATH, THAT WITH A LOCK OF HAIR BELONGING TO A CHILD OR FRIEND, WE MAY ALMOST
                                 LOOK UP TO HEAVEN AND COMPARE NOTES WITH THE ANGELIC NATURE -MAY ALMOST
                                         SAY "I HAVE A PIECE OF THEE HERE, NOT UNWORTHY OF THY BEING NOW.".


HAIZMANN, RICHARD  *JEWELRY DESIGNER/ARTIST BORN 1895 (D 1963) IN GERMANY.

HALGREEN   *JEWELRY TRADEMARK USEDBY HALGREEN, INC., NEW YORK SINCE 1945

HALL, LAURIE   *CONTEMPORARY STUDIO JEWELRY DESIGNER/ARTIST WORKING IN THE COLLAGE
                               AND AMERICAN CULTURAL THEMES - SOME SERIOUS AND SOME HUMOROUS
.
HALLMARK   *JEWELRY TRADEMARK USED BY HALLMARK RING. CORP., CHICAGO, ILL. SINCE  1951

HALPERN   *GRAPHIC BUTTERFLY MARK USED BY HALPERN, NEW YORK SINCE 1962

HAMLET, SUSAN H.  *CONTEMPORARY STUDIO JEWELRY DESIGNER/ARTIST CREATING IN ABSTRACTION
                                         AND MORE RECENTLY IN SILHOUETTE DESIGNS.

HAMPDEN   *JEWELRY TRADEMARK USED BY SABIN MFG., PROVIDENCE RI SINCE 1928

HAND   *SEE JEWELRY - SYMBOLISM.

HAND OF FATIMA  *A FIGURATIVE AMULET OR PENDANT MADE OF METAL OR GLASS.

HAND OF FRIENDSHIP *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR RHINECRAFT CO., BROOKLYN, NY SINCE 1958

HAND KRAFT  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR DAVID KARP CO., NEW YORK SINCE 1950


HANDBAG  *ACCESSORY CARRIED TO HOLD THOSE ITEMS OF DAILY NEED SUCH AS MONEY,
   CREDIT CARDS, COSMETICS, ETC. PROBABLY ORIGINATED C. 13-16TH CENTURY
   WHEN AN AULMONIERE, SMALL LEATHER POUCH, WAS SUSPENDED FROM A MAN'S
   WAIST TO CARRY ALMS FOR THE POOR. IN THE 18-20TH CENTURY WOMEN CARRIED
   A SMALL BAG CALLED A "RETICULE". VARIOUS TYPES OF HANDBAGS, PURSES OR
   POCKETBOOKS BEGAN TO BE NOT ONLY A NECESSITY BUT A FASHION ACCESSORY.
   THE MANBAG WAS INTRODUCED IN THE 1960'S FOR THE FASHION CONSCIOUS MAN!

  TYPES OF HANDBAGS:
    ACCORDION - EXPANDABLE FILING ENVELOPE STYLE
    ATTACHE - SEE BRIEFCASE
    BACK PACK - USUALLY NYLON WITH STRAPS FOR OVER THE SHOULDERS AND BACK
      CARRYING. APPEARED IN THE 1970'S
    BARREL - SHAPED LIKE A CYLINDER USUALLY WITH A ZIPPER CLOSING
    BASKET - USUALLY MEANS WOVEN OF VARIOUS MATERIALS
    BEADED - ORNATE BEADS USUALLY ON SATIN, ETC. FOR EVENING FORMAL USE
       SOME WERE HAND CROCHETED AND TASSELED OR HAD METAL FRAMES.
    BELT - HAVING A SLOT THROUGH WHICH A BELT CAN BE THREADED
    BOOK - SLIM OBLONG NOTEBOOK SIZE CINCNED AROUND THE CENTER WITH LOOP
    BOX - RIGID FRAME SIMILAR TO A SMALL TRUNK OR LUNCHBOX.
    BRACELET - USUALLY HAS ONE OR MORE RINGS TO FIT OVER THE WRIST FOR CARRYING
    BRIEFCASE - BUSINESS CASE LARGE ENOUGH FOR PAPERS, FOLDERS, ETC.
    CANTEEN - CIRCULAR STYLE WITH SHOULDER STRAP AND ZIPPER USUALLY CANVAS.
    CARPET - MADE OF PATTERNED CARPETING OR TAPESTRY. DERIVED FROM THE CARPET
      BAGS USED FOR TRAVEL AFTER THE CIVIL WAR.
    CHANGE PURSE - SMALL PURSE SOMETIMES CARRIED INSIDE A LARGER ONE. FOR COINS
    CLUTCH - MADE IN ENVELOPE STYLE AND CLUTCHED OR TUCKED UNDER THE ARM
    CORDE - MADE FROM ROWS OF GIMP STITCHED TO A BACKGROUND FABRIC. C. 1940'S
    DRAWSTRING - HAVING A PULL CORD AND USUALLY POUCH TYPE.
    DUFFEL - LARGE CANVAS SOMETIMES WITH DRAWSTRING. ORIGINALLY USED TO CARRY
      CLOTHING BY SAILORS.
    ENVELOPE - LONG NARROS WITH A FOLDOVER CLOSURE.
    FEED - CYLINDRICAL LEATHER OR CANVAS WITH FLAT BOTTOM AND TOP HANDLES.
    FLIGHT - SOFT CANVAS, LIGHTWEIGHT FOR TRAVELING.
    FRENCH PURSE - FOLD OVER WALLET FOR BILLS INCORPORATING A CHANGE PURSE
    GREEK - SQUARE OR RECTANGULAR WOOL OPEN TOP BAG. HAND WOVEN.
    KIKUYU - OPEN TOP STRAW TOTE MADE IN KENYA. HAND WORVEN
    LUNCHBOX - IN THE SHAPE AND CLOSURE OF A LUNCHBOX SOMETIMES WITH A COLLAGE
       MOTIF. INTRODUCED IN ITALY.
    MESH - TINY LINKS OF METAL WOVEN OR LINED TOGETHER. POPULAR IN EARLY 1900'S.
    MINAUDIERE (MIN ODE EE AIR) - SMALL METAL EVENING BAG USED TO CARRY COSMETICS
       ETC. USUALLY CARRIED IN THE HAND OR WITH SMALL CHAIN. SOMETIMES ORNATE.
    MINI - TINY BAGS MADE TO GO WITH THE "MINI" SKIRTS OF THE 1960'S
    MOROCCAN - TOOLED LEATHER SOMETIMES IN ELABORATE DESIGNS. MADE IN MOROCCO
    MUFF - USED MOSTLY TO KEEP HANDS WARM BUT SOMETIMES HAVING A CONCEALED
       COMPARTMENT.
    NEWSBAG - TOTE BAG WITH SEPARATE SECTION ON OUTSIDE FOR NEWSPAPER
    PANNIER - HAS ZIPPER COMPARTMENT IN CENTER AND TWO OPEN COMPARTMENTS ON
      EITHER SIDE.
    PIANTA  -  SMALL EVENING BAG C. 1960'S . SQUARE OF FABRIC WITH CORNERS G ATHEGRED
      AND PULLED TO THE CENTER TO FORM A POUCH.  ORIG. IN ITALY.
    POKEY - SMALL DRAWSTRING BAG USUALLY OF SUEDE. ORIGINALLY USED TO CARRY "GOLD
      NUGGETS" BY THE 49ERS'.
    POUCH - BASIC STYLE USUALLY DRAWSTRINGED. VARIOUS MATERIALS.
    SADDLE BAGS - PAIR OF SOFT LEATHER BAGS JOINED WITH A CENTRAL HANDLE.
      ORIGINALLY USED THROWN OVER A HORSE AS A CARRYALL.
`    SAFARI - DOUBLE HANDLE BAG USUALLY CANVAS AND WITH SMALL POCKETS OR COMPART-
      MENTS. POPULAR 1960'S. ALSO CALLED CARAVAN
    SALLY JESS - MADE OF FABRIC IN TOTE DESIGN WITH FABRIC HANDLE AND TWO CUT OUT
      CRESCENT SECTIONS ON THE TOP. DESIGNED BY ENGLISH DESIGNER SALLY JESS IN
      THE 1960'S.
   SATCHEL - LEATHER WITH A RIGID FLAT BOTTOM. SIDES USUALLY SLOPED TO A TOP METAL
      FRAME.
    SHOULDER - ANY SHAPE WITH LONG ENOUGH HANDLES TO BE WORN OVER THE SHOULDER.
    SIGNATURE - HAVING DESIGNERS INITIALS OR SIGNATURE. ORIGNATED WITH LOUIS VUITTON
       IN PARIS, NOW USED BY HERMES, SAINT LAURENT, MARK CROSS, GUCCI, AIGNER, ETC.
    SPORRAN - SHOULD BAG W/METAL FRAME AND STRANDS OF HORSEHAIR. SCOTTISH.
    SQUAW - AMERICAN INDIAN USUALLY DOESKIN WITH FRINGE.
    SWAGGER POUCH - DOUBLE HANDLES AND TWO OPEN SECTIONS ON EITHER SIDE
      OF ZIPPER COMPARTMENTS.
    SWINGER - WALLET LIKE WITH LOOP HANDLE.
    TOOLED LEATHER - WESTERN LEATHER WITH HAND TOOLED DESIGN.
    TOTE  - UTILITY TYPE LARGE ENOUGH TO CARRY MAGAZINES, PKGS., ETC.
    TRIPLEX - TRIPLE FRAME BAG WITH 3 CLASPS.
    UMBRELLA TOTE - HAS POCKET FOR HOLDING AN UMBRELLA
    VANITY - STIFF BAG USUALLY FITTED WITH MIRROR, ACCESSORY COMPARTMENTS.
    ZODIAC - HAS CABLE YARN HANDLE WITH INDIVIDUAL ZODIAC SIGNS.


ANOVER  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR C.H. STUART, NEWARK, NY SINCE 1961

HANSEATIC  *REFERRING TO ARTICLES PRODUCED IN THE 14TH CENTURY IN THE
  GERMAN HANSEATIC TOWNS AND OFTEN USING ANIMAL MOTIFS AND
  EMBELISHED WITH GEMSTONES.

HAR  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR HAR OF CALIFORNIA 1950-60'S.
 

HARAL  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR LEHOM NOVELTY MFG., NEWARK, NJ SINCE 1949

HARDNESS  *IN JEWELRY - A WAY TO IDENTIFY GEMSTONES. THE MOH'S SCALE
  OF HARDNESS WAS DEVELOPED IN 1822 AND IS SCALED AS FOLLOWS
  FROM SOFTEST TO HARDEST.
  1.  TALC         2.  GYPSUM      3.  CALCITE       4.  FLUORSPAR
                                                                       5.  APATITE   6.  FELDSPAR   7.  QUARTZ        8.  TOPAZ
                                                                       9.  CORUNDUM    10.  DIAMOND

HARLEQUIN  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK USED BY CORO, INC., NEW YORK, SINCE 1928

HARMAN  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR HARMAN WATCH CO., NEW YORK SINCE 1936

HARMON, HUBERT  *1940--50'S SILVER DESIGNER IN TAXCO, MEXICO MOST NOTED FOR HIS ANGELIC
    AND WHIMISICAL STYLES.  HIS PIECES ARE MARKED WITH BARE FEET AND
    WINGS.  HE ALSO INCORPORATED SEMI-PRECIOUS STONES IN HIS JEWELRY.

HARMONY  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK USED BY MEYER JEWELRY, KANSAS CITY, MO SINCE
    1942

HARMOR   *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR HARRY MORRIS ASSOC., CHICAGO, ILL. SINCE
    1947

HARPER  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK USED BY PERRY NOVELTY CO., PROVIDENCE, RI
                    FOR ORNAMENTAL OBJECTS AND JEWELRY SINCE 1944

HARPER, WILLIAM  *AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY STUDIO JEWERLY DESIGNER/ARTIST BORN IN OHIO. HIS
                                      WORKS HAVE A WIDE ASSOCIATION  IN COLOR AND ABSTRACTION.  MALE-FEMALE DESIGNS.

HARTLEY'S  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK USED BY HARTLEY'S, MIAMI, FL SINCE 1938

HARWOOD  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK USED BY W&H JEWELRY, PROVIDENCE, RI. SINCE 1937


HASKELL, MIRIAM  *1899-1981             . JEWELRY DESIGNER IN NEW YORK WITH  REMARKABLE  ARTISTIC
1924-PRESENT                                            ABILITY TO  DESIGN  SUCH BEAUTIFUL COLLAGE JEWELRY SO HIGHLY
(FROM 1924-1948                                        LOVED AND COLLECTED TODAY.  HER PIECES ALWAYS SHOWED IMAGINATION
MOST PIECES UNMARKED)                   USING  FAUX PEARLS, TURQUOISE, SHELLS, BAKELITE AND CORAL AMONG
                                                                       HER UNIQUE AND MOSTLY HAND WIRED FILIGREE FINDINGS.
                                                                       SHE SOLD THE COMPANY TO HER BROTHER, JOSEPH, IN 1950 AND THE NAME
                                                                      "HASKELL  JEWELS" WAS USED SINCE 1956.  HER MARK  IN THE 1930-40'S
                                                                      WAS  THE NAME  "MIRIAM HASKELL" IN A HORSHOE MARK.
                                                                      AFTER 1948 THE OVAL TRADEMARK WAS USED BOTH ATTACHED TO THE BACK
                                                                      OF PIECES OR AS A METAL TAG ON NECKLACES.  SOME OF HER VERY EARLY
                                                                      PIECES WERE NOT SIGNED BUT ARE IDENTIFIABLE BY COLLECTORS.
 
                                                                     HINTS ON HASKELL - THE PIN BACK ONLY GOES 1/2 WAY BACK; BEAD TIPS
                                                                     WERE USED AFTER 1973; THE TAG SHOULD BE THE SAME COLOR AS THE
                                                                     REST OF THE METAL; USE OF HALIBUT SCALES FOR FAUX PEARLS
                                                                    THE COMPANY CONTINUES TO PRODUCE HER DESIGNS TODAY.


HASSENPFLUG, PETER *JEWELRY DESIGNER/ARTIST BORN 1932 IN GERMANY.


HAT  *ACCESSORY WORN ON THE HEAD EITHER FOR WARMTH OR FASHION. ORIGINATED
    IN APPROX. 10TH CENTURY AND DESIGNED TO SHOW THE WEALTH OR IMPORTANCE OF
    THE WEARER. MADE OF MANY VARIOUS MATERIALS IN MANY DIFFERENT STYLES.
    WOMEN RARELY WORE HATS UNTIL THE LATE 16TH CENTURY EXCEPT WHEN TRAVELING
    AND NOT IN CHURCH OR ON SUNDAY UNTIL AROUND 1875.

   TYPES OF HATS:
    ALPINE - USUALLY PILE OR FUR WITH PEAKED CROWN AND UPTURNED BRIM. SWISS
    BEACH - USED AS A SUNSHADE. USUALLY STRAW W/WIDE BRIM
    BEEFEATER'S - WORN BY YEOMEN OF THE GUARD IN ENGLAND.
    BOWLER - HARD FELT WITH DOMED CROWN AND NARROW BRIM TURNED UP AT SIDES.
      USUALLY BLACK AND ORIG. WORN BY LONDON BUSINESSMEN. FROM DESIGN OF WM.BOWLER
    BRETON - WOMAN'S OFF THE FACE WITH ROLLED BACK BRIM. WORN ON BACK OF HEAD.
    BUBBLE BERET - BOUFFANT BERET WITH NO BRIM.
    BUBBLE - PUFFED OUT FELT, STRAW OR FABRIC. 1960'S PERCHED ON TOP OF HEAD
    BUMPER - THICK ROLLED BACK BRIM
    BUSBY - TALL CYLINDRICAL BLACK FUR OR FEATHER MILITARY HAT W/COCKADE. WORN
      BY HUSSARS, ETC.
    CANOTIER - FRENCH SAILOR HAT
    CAPE - HALF HAT CROSSING FROM EAR TO EAR
    CAPELINE (CAP LEEN) FITTED SKULL CAP W/LARGE BRIM
    CARTWHEEL - EXTRA WIDE STIFF BRIM AND LOW CROWN, USUALLY STRAW
    CHEFS - TALL WHITE FULL CROWNED FABRIC USUALLY STARCHED. THE TALLER THE
      HAT, THE MORE IMPORTANT THE CHEF!
    CHUKKA - dOMED HAT WITH SMALL BRIM. SIMILAR TO POLO HAT
    CLOCHE - DEEP CROWNED HAT WITH NO OR VERY NARROW BRIM. FITS HEAD CLOSELY.
      WORN PULLED DOWN. C. 1920'S FLAPPER STYLE. NAME COMES FROM FRENCH FOR "BELL"
    COOLIE - CHINESE HAT OF STRAW IN VARIOUS FORMS.
    COSSACK - FUR OR FABRIC, NO BRIM BU T BAND OF FUR OR FABRIC TURNED UP AROUND
       THE EDGE. WORN FOR WARMTH ; COPIED FROM USSR HATS.
    COWBOY - LARGE WIDE BRIMMED FELT W/CREASED CROWN. ALSO CALLED TEN GALLON
    CRUSHER - COMPACT HAT THAT CAN BE CARRED IN POCKET
    DERBY - STIFF BLACK OR BROWN FELT HAT W/NARROW BRIM CURVED UP AT SIDES AND
       HIGH ROUNDED TOP. SEMIFORMAL. NAMED FOR EARL OF DERBY.
    DOLL - MINI HAT WORN ON BACK OF HEAD ATTACHED WITH PINS OR COMBS. POPULARIZED
       BY JACQUELINE KENNEDY.
                                   ENVOY - MAN'S WINTER HAT SIMILAR TO COSSACK.
    FEDORA - CLASSIC FELT WITH NARROW BRIM AND HIGH CROWN.
    FEZ - RED FELT HAT SHAPED LIKE TRUNCATED CONE WITH LONG BLACK SILK TASSEL.
       TURKISH
    FRENCH SAILOR - LARGE NAVY BLUE OR WHITE COTTON TAM WORN PULLED DOWN ON FOREHEAD
    GARBO - SLOUCH HAT WORN BY GRETA GARBO C. 1930'S
    GAUCHO - WIDE BRIMMED BLACK FELT W/MED. HIGH FLAT CROWN. FASTENED UNDER CHIN
       W/LEATHER THONG. ORIG. SOUTH AMERICAN COWBOY.
    HOMBURG - MAN'S HAT OF STIFF FELT W/NARROW ROLLED BRIM AND CREASE IN CROWN.
       C.1870'S. FORMAL. MADE FASHIONABLE BY PRINCE OF WALES WHEN VISITED BAD HOMBURG
       IN GERMANY.
    LEGHORN - MADE FROM LEGHORN STRAW. BROAD BRIMMED WOMAN'S HAT
    MATADOR - SHAPED LIKE THE TOP OF A BULL'S HEAD. WORN BY BULLFIGHTERS IN SPAIN & MEXICO
    MOUNTIE - WIDE BRIMMED W/HIGH CROWN & SMALL TOP PEAK.
    OPERA - MAN'S TALL SILK HAT W/COLLAPSIBLE CROWN. FORMAL. DULL RATHER THAN SHINY FABRIC.
    PADRE - SHOVEL SHAPE HAT WITH TURNED UP BRIM ON SIDE.
    PANAMA - MADE OF FINE EXPENSIVE STRAW OF THE JIPIJAPA PLANT IN SO. AMERICA.
       SOMETIMES USED TO REFER TO ANY MAN'S SUMMER STRAW HAT.
    PICTURE - LARGE BRIM HAT THAT FRAMES THE FACE.
    PILLBOX - CLASSIC ROUND BRIMLESS HAT.
    PLANTERS - WIDE BRIMMED WHITE OR HANDWOVEN W/HIGH DENTED CROWN.
    PORK PIE - CLASSIS SNAP BRIM MAN'S HAT, FLAT TOP W/EDGE CREASE.
    PROFILE - WOMAN'S HAT WITH TURNED DOWN BRIM ON ONE SIDE. 1930'S
    PURITAN - BLACK STIFF TALL AND FLAT CROWN MAN'S HAT. 17TH CENTURY.
    REX HARRISON - MAN'S SNAP BRIM HAT OF WOOL TWEED I.E. MY FAIR LADY
    SAFARI - LIGHTWEIGHT STRAW OR CANVAS SHAPED LIKE A BOWL WITH A BRIM.
    SAILOR - WORN BY NAVAL ENLISTED USUALLY OF WHITE DUCK FABRIC W/UPTURNED BRIM
    SCOTTIE - BRIMLESS HAT W/NARROW RECESSED CROWN. VEILING, RIBBON
    SKIMMER - SAILOR HAT W/EXAGERATED SHALLOW CROWN AND WIDE BRIM.
    SOMBRERO - MEXICAN HAT W/TALL TAPER CROWN AND LARGE UPTURNED BRIM.
    SOUTHWESTER - RAIN HAT W/DOME SHAPE CROWN AND BROAD BRIM. YELLOW OILED
       SILK ORIGINALLY.
    STETSON - TRADE NAME FOR MAN'S HAT BUT USED TO DESCRIBE A WIDE BRIMMED
       WESTERN STYLE HAT IN COWBOY OR TEN GALLON STYLE.
    SWAGGER - INFORMAL SPORTS HAT, FELT, MED. BRIM TURNED DOWN IN FRONT.
    TOP - MAN'S TALL HAT OF SHINY SILK OR BEAVER CLOTH W/NARROW BRIM.
       DIFFERS FROM AN OPERA HAT IN THAT THE OPERA IS COLLAPSIBLE. ALSO CALLED
       A HIGH HAT OR A TOPPPER.
    TURBAN - DRAPED HAT OR HEAD COVERING WITH NO FORM.
    WESTERN - HIGH CROWNED HAT W/FLAT TOP AND WIDE BRIM. SEE GAUCHO, STETSON,
    WIG - SOFT AND OFTEN CROCHETED AND FITTING TIGHT AROUND THE FACE. SOME WITH
       FEATHERS OR FLOWERS.
    WILLIAM PENN - MED. SIZE BRIM W/HIGH ROUNDED CROWN. WORN FORWARD ON THE HEAD.


HATTIE CARNEGIE  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK USED BY HATTIE CARNEGIE, INC., NEW YORK, SINCE
                                       1919. (SCRIPT MARK) PRINTED MARK USED SINCE 1938 FOR CIGARETTE BOXES,
                                       LIGHTERS AND OTHER SMOKER ACCESSORIES.   (ALSO SEE "CARNEGIE")
 

HATTIE, MISS  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK USED BY HATTIE CARNEGIE, INC., NEW YORK SINCE 1958 (SCRIPT)

HAVE  A HEART  *HEART GRAPHIC - SEE SOL M. SCHWARZSCHILD

HAVILAND, ANN  *PERFUMER;NY, NY; C. 1940'S: "CELESTE", "WOOD VIOLET"

HAYWARD  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK USED BY AMTEL ARTS, INC. ATTLEBORO, MA FOR   MENS AND WOMENS' JEWELRY SINCE 1968.


HEATHER CO.  *COSMETIC MFG. - ROUGE C.1930'S

HEAVENLY CREATIONS *JEWELRY TRADEMARK USED BY HEAVENLY CREATIONS, NORFOLK, VA.  SINCE 1964.

HEIRESS   *JEWELRY TRADEMARK USED BY JOSEPH H. MEYER, BROOKLYN, NY FOR PEARL  NECKLACES SINCE 1937.

HEIRLOOM PEARLS  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR MORTON B. FARRELL CO., DETROIT, MI SINCE 1944  (SCRIPT MARK)

HEIRLOOM PEARLS  *(PRINTED MARK) TRADEMARK FOR ESTHER C. SHAPIRO/AMERICAN DIAMOND &
                                       JEWELRY, CHICAGO, IL. FOR PEARL JEWELRY SINCE 1921

HEISHI   *AMERICAN INDIAN WORD FOR SMALL SHELL OR DISC BEADS.

HELCO  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR HELFER & CO., CHICAGO, ILL., SINCE 1937

H - HELIO  *AN H INSIDE AN ARCH WITH WORD "HELIO" - JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR HUGO  HERZBERG CO., ST. LOUIS, MO SINCE 1955

HELLER GIFTS  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR HELLER & SONS., NEW YORK ON PEARL JEWELRY  SINCE 1922. (REAL PEARLS, FAUX                     PEARLS)

HEMATITE          *IRON OXIDE THAT GETS ITS NAME FROM THE GREEK "AIMA/EMA) FOR BL00D.
                                IT HAS BEEN USED SINCE ANCIENT TIMES AND THE EGYPTIANS USED IT TO
                               CURE  HYSTERIA AND REDUCE INFLAMATION. SEALS MADE FROM HEMATITE WERE
                               PUT IN PHAROAHS TOMBS. IT IS SOMETIMES REFERRED TO AS "BLACK DIAMOND".
 

HENNESSY  *PERFUMER;PARIS, FRANCE: C.1930'S; "SERENATA", "EASTER ON FIFTH AVE"

HERALDIC  *IN CONJUNCTION WITH SHIELD MARK - TRADEMARK FOR KREMENTZ & CO.  NEWARK, NJ SINCE 1930

HERBST, MARION  *JEWELRY DESIGNER/ARTIST BORN 1944 IN FRG.

HERE'S MY HEART  *TRADEMARK FOR AVON PRODUCTS, NEW YORK SINCE 1971. ALSO THE NAME
                                       OF ONE OF AVON'S FAVORITE FRAGRANCES.

HERMES  PARIS, FRANCE: C.1950'S: "AMAZONE", "HERMES"  *LEADING HANDBAG/ACCESSORY DESIGNER/MFG. 1890'S +
                                                                                                                         INVENTOR OF THE "KELLY BAG" SHAPE IN 1892.

HERON, SUSANNA  *JEWELRY DESIGNER/ARTIST BORN IN ENGLAND 1949.


HI-ART  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR HICKOK MFG., ROCHESTER, NY SINCE 1953 FOR  MENS AND WOMENS JEWELRY

HINDU PRAYER BEADS *EARLIEST KNOWN PRAYER BEADS MADE TODAY OF RUDRAKSHA NUTS.

HI-JINKS  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK USED BY COHN & ROSENBERGER, NEW YORK SINCE  1940

HI-RISE  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK USED BY MARVELLA PEARLS, NEW YORK FOR PEARL  NECKLACES AND COMBINATIONS SINCE 1958

HICKOK  *MFG. CO., ROCHESTER NY FOR MENS AND WOMENS JEWELRY SINCE 1934  INCLUDING COLLAR BUTTONS,
                                             CLASPS, MONOGRAM JEWELRY, ETC.

HILBERT, THERESE  *JEWELRY DESIGNER BORN 1948 IN SWITZERLAND. FOCUS IN GOLDSMITHING.

 HIRAMATSU, YASUKI  *JEWELRY DESIGNER/ARTIST BORN 1926 OSAKA,  - DIRECTOR OF JAPAN JEWELERY  DESIGNERS' INSTITUTE.

HISTO CREST  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR ALBERT NALICK, LOS ANGELES, SINCE 1941

HITCHING POST  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR SWANK, INC., ATTLEBORO, MA. FOR MENS  JEWELRY SINCE 1964


HOBE'                       * HOBE' IS A FAMILY BUSINESS THAT BEGAN IN PARIS IN 1887 BY JACQUES HOBE.
(1887-PRESENT)     THEIR JEWELRY IS UNMATCHED IN QUALITY OF COSTUME JEWELRY.  ESPECIALLY
                                   POPULAR  WERE THEIR GOLD WASHED STERLING AND SEMI- PRECIOUS PIECES.
                                   WILLIAM'S (SON OF JACQUES) SONS, ROBERT AND DONALD CONTINUE THE
                                   BUSINESS IN MOUNT VERNON, NEW YORK AND ARE ALWAYS HAPPY TO TALK
                                  WITH COLLECTORS REGARDING THEIR JEWELRY TIEMS.

                                  SCRIPT MARK. TRADEMARK OF HOBE'CIE LTD., NEW YORK SINCE 1926
                                                           OTHER MARKS AND DATES INCLUDE:
                                                          BEFORE 1868 - A FLEUR DE LIS AND VARIATIONS
                                                          1868 - CROWN WITH HOBE CONTAINED WITHIN
                                                          1883-1902 - HOBE WITH CROSSED SWORDS
                                                          1918-1932 - HOBE WITHIN A  PYRAMID WITH SQUARED OFF
                                                                                                                                               TOP/BOTTOM
                                                         1903-1917 - HOBE WITHIN A LONG HORIZONTAL OVAL
                                                         1933-1957 - HOBE WITHIN A TRIANGLE
                                                         1958-1983 - HOBE WITHIN A MORE ROUNDED OVAL MARK.
                                THE HOBE' CRAFTSMEN ALSO HAD THEIR OWN MARKS. THEY ARE AS
                                                                  FOLLOWS:
                                                        SERILLO - 1909-1920 - MARK WAS AN "S"
                                                        RALPH DEMASSA - 1924-1944 - MARK WAS A TRIANGLE WITH 3 DOTS
                                                        MR. SOLOMON - 1937-1950 - MARK WAS A SMALL TRIANGLE
                                                        ZOLTAN IMIRSHAW - 1934-1935 - UNKNOWN MARK
                                                        LOU VECE - 1948-1969 - MARK WAS A SMALL "V" & PIECES WERE DATED
                                                        JAMES HOBE - 1970-1984 (ROBERT'S SON) MARK UNKNOWN


HOBE CIE`  *PERFUMER;NY NY: C.1930'S: "HEAVENLY BODY", "TU ES A MOI"

HOBCO  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK OF HOUSE OF BORVANI, PROVIDENCE, RI SINCE 1965

HOBSON  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK OF J. H. HOBSON, NORTH ATTLEBORO, MA SINCE 1939

HOCUS-POCUS  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK OF WILLIAM REISS, INC., NEW YORK SINCE 1933

HOFFMANN, JOSEF  *JEWELRY DESIGNER/ARTIST BORN IN AUSTRIA (D1956).

HOFFMAN, ROSLYN  *MARK FOUND ON BACK OF JEWELRY DESIGN. NO OTHER INFO. AVAILABLE.
                                         AT THIS TIME. IF YOU HAVE INFO. ON THIS DESIGNER, PLEASE FORWARD TO  WRITER.

HOJA  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK OF NON-RETALING CO., LANCASTER, PA. SINCE 1952

HOLDER, ELIZABETH  *JEWELRY DESIGNER/ARTIST BORN 1950 IN FRG.

HOLDSWORTH, ANNIE  *JEWELRY DESIGNER/ARTIST BORN 1953 IN AUSTRALIA.

HOLLYCRAFT               *JEWELRY TRADEMARK OF HOLLYWOOD JEWLERY MFG. CO., NEW YORK SINCE
1948-1965                          1948.  THEIR USE OF PASTEL AND RAINBOW RHINESTONES AS WELL AS
                                           INNOVATIVE QUALITY DESIGNS HAS MADE MANY FANS. SOMETIMES THEIR PIECES
                                           WERE DATED AS WELL AS SIGNED. HEAVY ANTIQUED METAL SETTINGS WERE
                                           ALSO A SIGNATURE OF HOLLYCRAFT.

HOLIDAY  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK OF INTERATLANTIC TRADING CORP., NEW YORK SINCE  1949

HOOK AND EYE  *A TWO PART FASTENER USUALLY MADE OF WIRE

HOOPON  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK OF WINGBACK, INC, NEW YORK  FOR EA RRINGS SINCE     1959

HOPE CHEST  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR HOPE CHEST CO., MINNEAPOLIS, MN SINCE 1960

HOPEA-UNTRACHT, SAARA *JEWELRY DESITNER/ARTIST BORN 1925 IN PORVOO, FINLAND (D1984)

HOPPEROO  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR WM. MCLEOD CREIGHTON, CHARLESTON, SC. .   SINCE 1946

HORNER, C.H..  *ENGLISH JEWELER DESIGNING MOSTLY SILVER ITEMS DURING THE ARTS AND
                               CRAFTS MOVEMENT. THE WINGED SCARAB AND INSECT MOTIFS WERE THE MOST
                               POPULAR.  HIS MARK "C.H."

HOT-CHA  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR ERNEST STEINER & CO, NEW YORK SINCE 1932

HOUBIGANT  *PERFUMER;PARIS, FRANCE: C. 1900'S; "ABANDON", "THEIR FRAGRANCE
                          "QUELQUES FLEURS" WAS INTRODUCED IN 1913 IN A PAPER LABEL BOTTLE
                          WITH A CARVED GLASS STOPPER. THEY ALSO HAD A STUNNING BACCARAT
                          BOTTLE IN THE FIGURE OF A BUDDHA HOLDING "SUBTITLITE" C.1923
                         *ALSO COSMETIC MFG./ACCESSORY DESIGNER C. 1930'S +

HOUSE OF BORVANI  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK USED BY HOUSE OF BORVANI, PROVIDENCE, RI SINCE 1965

HOUSE OF  STONES  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR WM. V. SCHMIDT CO., NEW YORK SINCE 1925

HOWLITE  *STONE OF A MILKY WHITE WITH GRAY/BLACK MATRIX. Often used by Native Americans in ceremonial attire or to call spirits.

HOYT  *PERFUMER;NY NY: C.1920'S: "APRICOLUS", HOYTS DIME COLOGNE"  (COMPANY NAME ACTUALLY BEGAN IN GERMANY)


HU, MARY LEE  *CONTEMPORARY STUDIO JEWELRY DESIGNER/ARTIST BORN 1943 IN OHIO. SHE
                                FOCUSES ON WOVEN WIRE AND PRECIOUS METAL DESIGNS USING A PROCESS
                               CALLED TWINING.

HUBER, PARTIZ  *JEWELRY DESIGNER/ARTIST BORN 1878 IN GERMANY (D1902).

HUDNUT, RICHARD  *PERFUMER;NY NY: C. 1920'S: "ANGEL CHOIR", "YANKY CLOVER". THEIR FAMOUS
                                         FRAGRANCE "THREE FLOWERS" WAS IN A GOLD METALIC LABEL ON A
                                         FROSTED BOTTLE PACKAGED IN A WONDERFULLY DECORATED BOX.
                                         HUDNUT WAS CALLED THE FATHER OF THE AMERICAN COSMETICS INDUSTRY

HUG-BUG  *JEWELRY TRADEMARK FOR ELISABETH NOVELTIES, FORT WAYNE, IND., SINCE       1945

HUNT, GEORGE  *JEWELRY DESIGNER/ARTIST BORN 1892 IN ENGLAND (D1960).