Monday 28 February 2022

Uncas jewellery information

Uncas Jewellery information.

Uncas jewellery and accessories is an American company founded in 1911 and still in business today. They act as a jobber jeweller for other companies in the main. Distribution is world wide with Disney, Sea World, Coca Cola and other branded companies amongst their clients

Uncas made silver, gemstone and fake (costume) jewelry and can be identified as having a signed of a “U with an arrow through” (1947 first trademarked)  NB the arrow has a 90% angle at the end. An arrow with a two point finish was registered in 1922. Or a U with two arrows pointing towards it. Registered in Uncas in 1961. the arrow with the two arrows pointing towards the U was first registered in 1947.

Other trade mark from this company are the following:

CC – CC letters in a ball held by a hand on jewellery. Registered 1983.
Jenlari – in capitals on precious jewels. Registered 2007.
Daryl Lee – on precious metal jewelry in capital letters. Registered 2005.
Julliet – precious metal jewellery registered 2010 and again in 2012. Both times in capital letters
Corsini Collection – Stylized C with Corsini collection printed below. Register 1997. Can also have capitals “CORSINI” again registered in 1997.
Jokara – Registered in 2010. Capital letters and on precious metal jewellery.
Tisha Lee now not used. Registered 2005. Capital letters signature on precious metal jewellery.
Curtis Creations registered 1983 and now not used.
Sorrento – Script signature on a slant. Registered 1963.
Kyoto – Capital K with small lettering yoto. Registered in 1981 on jewelry for personal wear.
Christian Heritage – First used in 1967 and now an expired trade mark.
Stars of Light. Jewellery with faux star shaped stones. Registered in 1971.
Lois – Stylized script writing. First produced in 1980 now not used.
Unicite – 1967 on jewellery.
Uncaclad – on rings made in semi precious and precious metals. First used in 1979.
Vincenzo – First registered 1966 on women’s jewelry.
Crystogem – about 1927 dated.
Glow-lite – Produced in 1942. Has capitals in a curved print.
Stylecraft gems – 1938 and 1947. Script lettering.
Ring-o Rama – 1959 and 1965 registered trade mark for rings and their display cases.
Coronado – trademark used from 1955 on mens jewelry.
Jewels of Fashion – started to be used in 1949. On brooches and bracelets as well a other jewellery.
Personality – 1947 first registered for jewellery.
Stylecraft – first registered in 1947 for jewelry.
Stylerite – Registered in 1947. Has the name in script.
Kiddiegem – jewellery trademark from 1934. In thick script lettering on an angle.
Crystogem – Thin lettering with an enlarged capital C and smaller block lettering with a line underneath. 1928 registered.

There are other trademarks from this company that have been very trading for a long time. But these we will add more information as we are able. 

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