Juliana jewellery was made by William DeLizza & Harold Elster and marketed in tandem with their own brand. It was never marked (other than with a foil hang tag when purchased) but collectors know of several ways to identify it, which is primarily achieved by studying the back of the piece as opposed its front. Here you will find
that its mounts used a combination of unfoiled navette rhinestones coupled with closed backs. Additional clues are that its rivets will look sunken and pieces were often dimensional. It was produced only briefly between 1967 and 1968 and has many loyal collectors.