Harry S. Bick found his company in 1947, in New York, NY. In 1948 it became Harry S. Bick and Son when his sons joined the business. The company made fine jewelry in silver and gold. They were in business from 1947 to 1988. HSB with a line going through the initials was the first mark used by the company in 1947.
This wonderful Egyptian Revival conversion ring has been made from pairing an earring with a replica shank. Carved from amethyst and set in 14 karat yellow gold, it has the specific makers mark dating the original element to 1947. A must-have for any Egyptian Revival afficiaonado!
Size (can be resized): 7.5 & 8
Weight: 4.33 grams
Materials: Gold, Amethyst
Metal: 14K yellow gold
Marks: HSB 14K (original element)
Condition: Excellent converted Vintage condition commensurate with age and wear