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Signed GLP George L Paine jewelry

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Signed GLP George L Paine jewelry

Floral design gold tone faux amethyst brooch pin. Signed GLP George L Paine jewelry

Signed GLP George L Paine jewelry
The history of the American jewelry brand G.L.P. began in the late 19th century in North Attleboro, Massachusetts. The earliest mention of George L. Paine Co., Inc. dates back to 1892, according to The Jewelers’ Circular-keystone and Horological Review. The president of the company was the renowned jeweler and businessman Geo L. Paine, and his treasurer was Charles I. Riley.

Geo L. Paine traveled extensively to various states and participated in various events to promote and develop the business and his company had offices in several states, including Rhode Island and New York.
In 1925, sad events occurred that led to the closure of the company. Due to Geo L Paine’s stroke and poor health, Donald LeStage took over the company. Interim Manager Donald LeStage continued operations of George L. Paine Co., Inc. However, the company soon ceased to exist, and the last mention of the company dates back to 1926.


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Amethyst glass cabochon grape leaf design gold tone belt buckle

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Maker’s mark

1912 JCK ad

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Jewelry ad in JCK, 1912

Jewelry ad in JCK, 1912