Oval Manufacturing Company, Inc., of New York City, registered the trademark “Park Lane” in 1929. They produced men’s cufflinks, tie bars, tie tacks and other masculine items.
As the company established connections with suppliers, arranged its plant, set up equipment and trained its employees, it felt the need to expand.
Park Lane began producing moderately priced women’s jewelry in approximately the early 1940s. The jewelry was sold at the smaller department stores.
Book: by Marcia "Sparkles" Brown. .
Costume Jewelry Volume II Identification & Values,
, Collector Books, Paducah, Kentucky — Park Lane: [Page 129].
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