In the s, William's sons Donald and Robert begin running the company until the s when a grandson named James takes over. This hallmark is relatively rare. The book has been released and it is a great read! If it is one of the top makers, a signature can add 50, or even per cent to the value. He left to open his own costume jewelry company.
Screw-back non-pierced earrings that were made in are still made today but they are not that common on newer pieces. Connecticut s and s. No, not all signatures enhance the value. This is an ad network. A cherished old Miriam can be remade, or a traditional looking Haskell can be made with a new twist.
Produced novelties, sewing notions, some jewelry buttons and belts. There is some confusion as to her actual date of birth. For example, beads from Italy and France and faux pearls from Japan. Have been told this could be Avon of Belleville and not Nina Ricci. Combinations of simulated pearls and rhinestones.
The company also used solid gold and sterling. Lisner also produced some very nice above average costume jewelry using high quality rhinestones stones and techniques. The Christmas pins are very popular. Necklace measures 14" not including the j-hook clasp and the dangle ball. One of the trademarks of the Louis Stern Co. Carroll Warman's Vintage Jewelry: The company moved overseas for the first time.