Vogue jewelry was founded in 1936 and was not affiliated with the famous magazine of the same name. Vogue’s signature piece includes their high-quality crystal bead rope necklace that began production in 1950. Other sought-out pieces include the patriotic flag and figural pins that were produced in the 1940s. The founders decided to sell their interests in the company in 1962, but Vogue continued production until 1973, with their jewelry selling in the high-end store department store chain, I. Magnin.