A.L.L. Co.: 1922 – 1940s? (Unknown as to last date in business)
The trademark for A.L. Lindroth Company, North Attelboro, Mass.
since the 1940s. One item produced was a cameo pin believed to have been carved
out of sardonyx/carnelian with yellow gold metal accented with an applied granular
texture on the leaves (variegated with yellow, rose, and green gold filling) on
each side of the cameo. The pin is considered to be of the Edwardian era (English
kings named Edward) and designed for the very elite. Mark: “A.L.L.” on the catch.
Jewelry by this company is hard to find let alone little is know of the company
and it is surmised that the company went out of business in the 1940s.
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