Silson Inc. (1937-late 1940s)
The history of Silson jewelry spans a little more than a decade. Founded in 1937 by two British brothers, Victor and Jack Silberfeld, who later changed their name to Silson.
The main designer was Victor Silson but the company collaborated with other designers such as Samuel Robin, George Stangl, Howard Chandler Christy, Sue Harrison and Sally Stark. The designers used gold plated metal, enamel, lucite and rhinestones for their jewelry.
Silson became famous for their line of patriotic and military jewelry created during World War II, particularly brooches depicting the American eagle, Flag and Air Forces.
The company ceased to exist in the late 1940s.