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I dont believe he began designing until around 1945/1946 but he probably worked for other jewelers at the time.Unfortunately, he died in 1948 while a relatively young man, so he personally only had a few pieces under his name.This last company allowed her to put her label on her accessory designs of jewelry, perfume and lingerie.The Adele Simpson Company, a clothing and accessories company, was found in 1944. Very Good Condition with slight discoloration on his left thigh and small gold loss on the pole near the hand. Good Condition with patina to the gold and some gold loss to some high points. The fins have linear tracings of clear rhinestone, all set in a gold wash over sterling setting. #2967 5.00 Jewel Tone rhinestones of Emeral, Ruby, Topaz, openback, set in a heavy sivler tone setting. This favored design was part of several lines using different colored beads. A Nasturtium line with Goldtone leaves is displayed on page 131 of 'Miriam Haskell Jewelry' by Cathy Gordon and Sheila Pamfiloff. Measures a large 2-3/4" x 3" Very Good Condition #2599, 0.00 Unsigned Frank Hess design.
The rhinestones are prong and paste set and are round, emerald, marquise and pear cuts. .00 A large 3D acorn nut brooch in the bold style that Cadoro is know for. #725111 .00 A very pretty stylized floral brooch marked Capri. #130106 .00 A festive Christmas brooch marked Christopher Radko. #110089 A pretty pink pressed glass roses brooch inside of a antiqued golden frame. ALEXIS BITTAR New York 1990s to present Begun in the 1990s, Bittars jewelry is regularly featured in premier publications such as W, Harpers Bazaar, Elle, The New York Times and Italian Vogue; won the Accessories Councils Rising Star award in 2004; became a member of the Council of Fashion Designers of America in 2005; collaborated for the Michael Kors 2008 collection.He emigrated to New York initially from Naples, Italy around 1920 and then moved to Providence around 1940. Excellent Condition #3068, 0.00 Dramatic design in simulated Opals and Citrine rhinestones. The enamel colors are Pale Blue, Dark Blue, Yellow Green, White, Black, and Dark Orange with clear pave' rhinestones accents. #2892, 5.00 Charming little Couple in Blue, Red, Yellow, and Flesh tone enamels, with pave' accents on silver tone metal. #2536, 0.00 Aqua colored rhinestones with Clear pave' rhinestones on his head and tale. Lovely hand painted enamel birds facing each other on a branch. Good Original Condition with some small enamel loss on the wing tips. Marked Coro on the inside seam of the boy's trousers only. Very Good Condition, with one tiny nick on the neck of the girl. Dangling faux pearls are Creamy White and Pale Grey. Additional pieces to this line can be seen in the book, This early design features the favored Nasturtium Antique silvertone stampings used in several lines through the 1940s. Wonderful Art Glass beads in Turquoise set in solid layers of Gorgeous swirling gilt metal stampings. Examples of this clip can be seen on page 130 in the book, "Miriam Haskell Jewelry", by Cathy Gordon and Sheila Pamfiloff. Lovely complex clusters of Mottled Irregular Fancy-shaped Turquoise beads and Bon Bon-shaped beads on Flower Petal gilt stampings. Clips are featured on page #119, with additional pieces to the line, in the book, "Miriam Haskell Jewelry", by Cathy Gordon and Sheila Pamfiloff.