The Accessocraft Products Company, N.Y.C., was founded by Edgar Rodelheimer and Theodore Steinman, and opened in 1930. The jewelry has been classified good quality with unusual gothic designs and was highly popular in the 1960s having had the Art Deco decorative look of the 1920s and 1930s. Many items had a style typical of the Renaissance, Victorian, Art Nouveau, and Rococo ornamentation. The unusual stones used in the jewelry were set in antique gold-tones or bronzed metals. Many of the 1930s pieces had a decidedly Art Deco look.
This collectible necklace features a sculptured, cameo pendant with connecting cherubs surrounded by a gorgeous golden ribbon & floral wreath…this piece truly breathtaking! It looks like something from a museum and it is in excellent vintage condition. It is believed to be from c1980s. This is an extraordinary statement piece, and would make a decadent gift, or an excellent addition to your estate jewelry collection.
The circular medallion pendant measures 3.75”L x 2.25”W and hangs from a textured chain necklace measuring 24”L
This piece is signed ‘ACCESSOCRAFT N.Y.C. Pat. Pend.’ on the reverse side of the pendant and also on the designer’s tag attached to the spring ring clasp.
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