Judith and her husband Jack Rosenberg formed Judith Jack in 1969 when they discovered that there were too few marcasite jewelry. They originally sold antiques and couldn’t keep up with their customers’ demand for Victorian-inspired sterling silver jewelry. Therefore, the idea of handmade jewelery production from spotted silver according to ancient techniques and sketches was born. Exquisite style and quality have made Judith Jack the leading marcasite jewelry brand, leading Judith to be named the queen of marcasite in the United States.
Judith Jack jewelry is made from marcasite set in hand cut sterling silver. Some jewelry is/is a replica of an old style using a silver base metal. Swiss marcasite with many facets shine like small diamonds. Judith Jack’s jewelry lines include earrings, brooches, pins, pendants, pendants, rings and bracelets in Victorian, Edwardian, Art Nouveau, Art Deco and retro styles. Some of the jewelry is limited in quantity and the prices are quite high. Judith Jack jewelry is marked “double JJ in triangles”.