Selro Bracelet Ultra Rare Vintage Pirates Green Gold Floss Glass R/S Unsigned A9
Selro 7"x1-1/2" Link Bracelet Ultra Rare Vintage Gilt Pirates Green Gold Floss Glass R/S Unsigned A9. Excellent condition - Rare Collectible Piece. Please note that I leave the cleaning of all vintage jewelry to the new owner. All the jewelry listed in my store is authentic vintage. Paul Selenger was born in Odessa, Russia in 1911.
In 1927, he immigrated to the United States with his mother Rose and sister Fannie. Citizen in 1942 and served his new country as a Staff Sergeant in North Africa during World War II. Early in his costume jewellery career, he worked for H.
There are some clues, however, to identifying unmarked Selro/Selini jewelry. First, the heavy, herringbone chain that Selinger used on his lariat necklaces is distinctive and unique. A finer herringbone chain can often been seen on the smaller. Second, many pieces have a unique bracing structure on the back of the jewellery that can lead to its identification.
Geller, however, says there was no connection between Har and Selro. Geller also manufactured jewellery for HAR. Selro merchandise was distributed through a New York wholesaler called Fran & Co.
Which placed jewellery from such manufacturers as, Art, JJ and American Chanel, in department stores such as Marshall Field's, Wieboldt's, and Goldblatt's. The original Fran and Co. Price tags denoted the wholesale price to the individual department stores. In the 1970s, after he closed Selro, he served as this bridge between the factories and the wholesalers.
For a time, Selro and Selini were produced simultaneously. Occasionally, jewellery can even be found featuring both the Selro and Selini marks. This information was written b y Jewels Past.