Vintage Lisner Citrine Topaz Rhinestone Brooch Pin and Earrings Set

Vintage Lisner Citrine Topaz Rhinestone Brooch Pin and Earrings Set

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Overview

Vintage from the 1960s

Description

A pretty "Art Deco" style 1960's Lisner Brooch and Clip Earrings set. The setting is a brushed gold tone and features citrine/topaz color rhinestones. The brooch measures 2 inches in diameter and the earrings measure 1 1/4" long. In excellent vintage condition! No missing stones.

David Lisner died on May 6, 1923 at the age of 77. By the early part of the 20th Century, David Lisner’s son Sidney and a cousin Saul (Solomon) Ganz eventually joined the business. In a 1915 New York City Directory, David and Sidney Lisner are listed as proprietors of “D. Lisner & Co.” Lisner’s business was largely wholesale, and their jewelry imported from Europe, until the 1930s. A major part of Lisner’s business was importing and distributing Schiaparelli jewelry in the U.S. Lisner not only imported Schiaparelli French-made pieces, but also licensed the Schiaparelli name for U.S. distribution and production of her jewelry and accessories. The D. Lisner Company expanded into other ventures as well.

Collectors are now appreciating Lisner fashion jewelry for its mid-century modern appeal. Unlike some of Lisner’s competitors, the jewelry the company produced in the 1950s and 1960s looks timeless and modern, with clean, sharp edges.
A pretty "Art Deco" style 1960's Lisner Brooch and Clip Earrings set. The setting is a brushed gold tone and features citrine/topaz color rhinestones. The brooch measures 2 inches in diameter and the earrings measure 1 1/4" long. In excellent vintage condition! No missing stones.

David Lisner died on May 6, 1923 at the age of 77. By the early part of the 20th Century, David Lisner’s son Sidney and a cousin Saul (Solomon) Ganz eventually joined the business. In a 1915 New York City Directory, David and Sidney Lisner are listed as proprietors of “D. Lisner & Co.” Lisner’s business was largely wholesale, and their jewelry imported from Europe, until the 1930s. A major part of Lisner’s business was importing and distributing Schiaparelli jewelry in the U.S. Lisner not only imported Schiaparelli French-made pieces, but also licensed the Schiaparelli name for U.S. distribution and production of her jewelry and accessories. The D. Lisner Company expanded into other ventures as well.

Collectors are now appreciating Lisner fashion jewelry for its mid-century modern appeal. Unlike some of Lisner’s competitors, the jewelry the company produced in the 1950s and 1960s looks timeless and modern, with clean, sharp edges.

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