Our Signed Pieces collection includes a variety of brand name jewelry designers. A signed piece refers to jewelry on which the name of the Jewelry House or Maker has been engraved on the underside of the piece (or the inside, in the case of a ring).
Jewelry makers began signing their work during the Arts & Crafts and Art Nouveau periods, from about 1860 onwards. The practice was popularized in the 20th century, when all the top jewelers and many small ateliers began applying their signatures to their jewelry.
For jewelry from top brands, the signature provides a level of comfort in terms of quality.