Pakula and company was founded in Chicago about 1940. The company specialized in production of charms and identification bracelets, pearl jewelry, and compacts. The firm produced pearl jewelry as well as others employing plastic inserts and rhinestones. Some of their pieces look a good deal like Lisner and Coro. Pakula used various trademarks including: Aloha on pearl jewelry, Enchantress within an oyster shell, Golden Key with a large key between the two words and the letter P in a shield. Not too commonly found on the market. As of 1998 Pakula was still in business today.
Book: by Fred Rezazadeh. .
Costume Jewelry A practical handbook and Value Guide
, Collector Books, Paducah, Kentucky — Pakula: [Page 124].
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