Clips of the mid-late 50s. The clip is marked. There is a copyright icon that has replaced patenting since 1955.
The founder of the company David Lisner was born in 1846 in Germany and emigrated to the United States in 1864. one of the company's activities was to import high-quality jewelry, including such as Schiaparelli, Lanvin, but in the 40s, imports from Europe to America, for objective reasons, was impossible, which gave rise to the creation and production of their own products under the trade name Lisner. Chrome and gold-plated frames, links and clasps were used for jewelry, as well as high-quality rhinestones, including those with the effect of aurora borealis, Lucite. Lisner jewelry produced in the 1950-1960s and 50s looks timeless and very modern.
Mass production of the company's costume jewelry began in the 1985s. And in %d% the company ceased to exist.
Production was conducted in the United States, in Providence.