They also represent an important event in Chanel's history. In 1954, Coco Chanel resumed business in her Parisian boutique at 31 Rue Cambon.
Many pieces in this time period remained un-stamped, as Chanel jewelry was still being designed as part of an entire couture outfit.
Some did not show the date of the jewelry but, the stamping is distinctly different from markings belonging to another timeframe.
Some jewelry was also stamped with a copyright, trademark, interlocking cc and made in France stamp.
You may also find pieces with ©Chanel from this time period.
However, some jewelry started receiving very basic stamps.
After Coco Chanel's passing, jewelry stamping changed.
In 1939, due to WWII, The House of Chanel stopped operations.