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Though Lucite jewelry comes in a variety of styles and every color, some vintage styles are more popular. Examples include bangle bracelets, flat, button-shaped earrings and beaded necklaces. Look for distinct features in the piece of jewelry. Vintage Lucite comes in some very singular styles that make it look different than most contemporary. First manufactured in the 1930s as a protective coating or safety bonding for glass, the clear acrylic plastic branded as Lucite became a wildly popular material for costume jewelry in the 1940s and ‘50s. Less expensive to produce than Bakelite, Galalith, and Catalin and more chemically stable than celluloid, Lucite made these earlier jewelry plastics obsolete.