Freirich Jewelry (1922-1990).
The French-American company was established by Solomon Freirich and operated from 1922 until 1990. Initially, the company’s main focus was on producing apparel and hat accessories, and counted Chanel and Dior among its customers.
The business introduced its line of handcrafted costume jewelry in the 1960s, which stood out for its superior craftsmanship.
Sources claim that Arthur, Solomon’s son, joined the company in 1955 and was responsible for its expansion into the jewelry industry. He was the one who began producing the Victorian-styled items that came to represent the company.
In 1990, the company ceased to exist.