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COSTUME JEWELRY MARKS – F*
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“F” in a circle — See FULLER, GEO. H.
F.C.C. — See FORSTNER — FORSTNER CHAIN CORP
F & B — See FOSTER AND BAILEY
FLEUR-DE-LIS CHARM — See MORELAND, DEBRA
BACKWARDS “F” WITH “R” — See FRANCESCA ROMANA
FABRIK-MARKE — means TRADEMARK
FAC — See FIFTH AVENUE COLLECTION
FAIRDEAL MANUFACTURING CO., Providence, RI — c. 1963
FAIR MAID — 1934 — See PROVIDENCE STOCK COMPANY
FALLOW, SAMUEL — c. 1930
FALLOWGRAM — See FALLOW, SAMUEL
FARAH LISTER — See LISTER, FARAH
FASHION ART (SCRIPT) — See MAZER BROS.
FASHIN FLAIR (SCRIPT) — See CORO
FASHION SQUARE — See CORO
FASHIONATA (SCRIPT) — See CORO
FASHIONCRAFT — See THE FASHIONCRAFT JEWELRY CO.
FASHIONCRAFT ROBERT — See THE FASHIONCRAFT JEWELRY CO.
FASHIONCRAFT JEWELRY CO., INC, NY, NY — See THE FASHIONCRAFT JEWELRY CO.
FEATHAGOLD — See ACCESSOCRAFT PRODUCTS CO.
FEATHERWEIGHTS — See FLORIDA FEATHERWEIGHTS, INC.
FERRANDIS, PHILIPPE – Paris, France – 1986-present
Added 4/22/2020 by Pamela Wiggins Siegel
FERRAGGIOLI — See PIERRE BEX
FIFTH AVENUE COLLECTION
FINBERG MANUFACTURING CO. — Attleboro, MA; — 1888 – present?
Updated 4/15/2020 by Pamela Wiggins Siegel
FISHER, J.M.F. CO. Attleboro, MA – c. 1879 to at least 1949
FLEISCHER, ROBERT — c. March 1963
FLORA DANICA — Denmark — 1953
FLORADORA — See R.F. SIMMONS
FLORENZA — c. 1950 — 1981
FLORIDA FEATHERWEIGHTS, Inc. Florida — c. 1966 – 1984
FLORODORO — See WHITING & DAVIS
FLYING COLORS — See PARROT PEARLS
F.M.CO. — See FINBERG MAN CO.
FN CO — See FISHEL
F.N. KISTNER — See KISTNER, F.N.
“FOR THAT PRICELET LOOK” — See CORO
FOLD ON – 1934 — See PROVIDENCE STOCK COMPANY
FORMART CORPORATION — New York — 1988 until present
FORSIT — See FORSTNER — FORSTNER CHAIN CORP
FORSTAR — See FORSTNER — FORSTNER CHAIN CORP
FORSTNER CHAIN CORP., Irvington, NJ — c. 1920 – c. 1980
Later changed name to Forstner Jewelry Manufacturing Corp.
FRED MEYER JEWELERS — 1973 till present
FREIRICH — c. 1900 – 1990
FRESHURA — See MARVELLA
FRIED, SAM — Cleaveland, MO; — b. 1910 – d. 1979
FULLER, GEO. H. & SON COMPANY — Pawtucket, RI — 1858 to present
PAT SEAL: research files
DOTTY STRINGFIELD: research files
BOBYE SYVERSON: research files.
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