Cadoro Inc. NY was founded by Actor Steve Brody and Dan Staneskieu in 1945. The jewelry was custom designed, highly fashionable, had crafted using brushed gold and silver tone metals, rhinestones and glass crystals from all over the world, seed pearls and stones from the ocean depths. The stones were prong set like a set of dog's teeth that firmly griped the stones. The jewelry made included 3 dimensionals fish, animals and Russian inspired jewelry. Dan died in 1960s and the company ceased operations in 1970. Pieces by this company are extremely hard to find.
Cadoro pieces usually sell in the $250.00 - $300.00 range.
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This showy pendant measures 3 1/4". It is articulated to move freely with wear. The chain measures 23" from end to end with a manual spring ring clasp. Clean and original and in excellent condition.
Vintage, circa 1960's - 70's, FABULOUS peacock necklace was designed by Erwin Pearl. The chunky gold link necklace features faux plastic lapis and jade accents. The necklace was signed with a metal tag stating "ERWIN EP PEARL". This necklace no longer has the tag an it. Excellent vintage condition. An elegant addition to any wardrobe.
William de Lillo was born in Belgian, and worked for Tiffany and Harry Winston in NY before joining up with Robert F. Clark (former head designer for Miriam Haskell) to form the de Lillo creative team in 1967. Their costume jewelry is of the highest quality and ingenious design, using the finest Swarovski crystal stones and beads. De Lillo and Clark moved to France in 1976 where they created costume jewelry for Nina Ricci, Schiaparelli, and high society European grandes dames. They are concentrating more on sculpture in recent years and have settled in Arizona.
This pin is 2 7/8" wide by 2" in height. It is in excellent condition.
Most of these designs represent mythological character from the Tale of Ramayama.The enameling and the gilding are in excellent condition.
TP-102 925 Mexico sterling is a mark of Matilde Eugenia Poulat and her nephew Richardo Salas ( an heir to Matilde's art).
Matl- Matilde Eugenia Poulat first started "Matl" in 1934 and continued designing some the most collectible Taxco silver until her death in 1960. Her designs for jewelry and religious figures were part of the new cultural vision among Mexico's intellectuals after the Revolution when they sought a new Mexican aesthetic. All Matl designs were executed by accomplished silversmiths under her exacting direction. After her death, her nephew, Ricardo Salas, continued the Matl-Salas line until her death in 2006.
This bracelet is 1 3/4" wide, 7" in circumference with a diameter of 2 1/8".
Reference: Fabulous, Kenneth Jay Lane Jewelry and accessories by Nancy N. Schiffer 2007, page 203.