BSK Jewelry (1950s-1980s)
In the 1950s Benny Steinberg (B), Hyman Slovitt (S), and Abraham Kaslo (K) started BSK Jewelry in New York.
Jewelry from this brand was typically understated yet well-made. They incorporated imitation pearls, rhinestones, and enamel with brushed metal as their setting. It was a well-known, reasonably-priced brand at the time.
In 1964 and 1965 BSK created and sold the “My Fair Lady” line for the synonymous movie with Audrey Hepburn which played in theaters across the world.