I just got 39 hits at eBay when I searched for jewelry catalogs. Your posting does not include enough info for me to do a morespecific search, but you might want to start there.
Providence Jewelry Museumhttps://www.ganoksin.com/resources/detail-providence_jewelry_museum-1921.html
From large buildings that archive famous works of art, to tiny,esoteric storehouses of odd but interesting collections, museumsexemplify our need to accumulate. Tell others about your favoritemuseum!
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Steve GuyotGuyot Brothers Co IncDecorative jewelry findings & ornamental stampings since 1904http://guyotbrothers.com
How about looking on-line at the virtual catalogs? Tryhttp://www.jbdylan.com You may also like http://www.fragments.comand http://www.ylangylang.com and http://www.ylang-ylang.com (thelast two site are two different sites, though the name is verysimilar).
JB Dylan also has a paper catalog.
Try Barney's, Neiman Marcus and fine jewelry stores.
I don't think you are going to get a different answer here cyruspatric. I think people are going to be concerned as to the realreason WHY you want the catalogs.