Question: What is the difference between vintage and antique jewelry?

Antique Jewelry: A piece of jewelry is considered “Antique” if it is over 100 years old. Vintage Jewelry: On the other hand, a piece of jewelry is considered “vintage” if it is between 50 years old and 100 years old. Unlike antique jewelry, vintage pieces are often worn and displayed, as they are less likely to break.

Is vintage and antique The same thing?

Vintage items are not as old as antiques. However, unlike the definition of an antique, labeling something vintage is far more subjective. Most antique dealers consider an item to be vintage if it is at least 40 years old. So, in the context of this blog date, a vintage item would be made between 1918 and 1978.

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