Dating kjl jewelry Dating with hermaphrodite
Accessocraft - 1930 - 1998, US company with designer Theodore Steinman. Many other pieces followed and they still produce jewelry today.Signature usually Accessocraft in script or capital lettering. French company who opened their first boutique in Paris in 1976 and then went on to having over 200 boutiques in 23 countries. Their Scottie Dog design became so popular that they now have it on their logo. They were in production from the late 1920s up to the late 1990s (1997). Famous designers for Avon have been: Kenneth J Lane, Elizabeth Taylor, Coreen Simpson, Jose Barrera, Celia Feraud, Shaill Jhaveri with many collections including the collectible Egyptian Revival. The initials some times seen are not the designer but an internal code used for the company who manufactured the piece. A & Z Chain Company - 1905 - its amalgamation in about the mid 1970s into the Allison Reed company.
Barclay Mc Clelland - 1935 - 1943, famous graphic designer who was unfortunately killed in World War Two. Produced high class sterling silver jewelry based in the US. Many of their lines had the earrings signed only and the brooches unsigned. Exported world wide including Woolworths in the UK. Signature include engraved ©Berberi with the accents over the e's.
Produced jewelry that resembles the Duchess of Windsor's jewelry.
Available in up market departments stores in many countries and now available online. Castlecliff - 1918 - 1977, First signed their jewelry in 1941.
A * D - Andreas Daub - This company started about 1880 and continues today. Quality jewelry with whimsical figurals produced in the 1980s to 1990s and in limited editions make AJC items very collectible. Art - 1955 - 1970s, The US company often reflected classical styles. Initially producing fine and plated (or gold filled as the American way of reference this) jewelry including chains. B David - 1945 - 1993, US company who produced some very pretty fake jewelry. Barcs - Australian company that produced jewelry at least 1980s up to the present day, maybe earlier as unknown?
Founded by Andreas Daub in Germany, this goldsmith strived to produce high quality jewelry. Allison Reed - 1970s to today, although a merger of two companies in the seventies already well established. Based in Providence, USA and still selling gold, silver and costume jewelry today. Brooches, necklaces and clip on earrings are still available.