Anne Klein, a fashion and jewelry designer, who previously worked for Hattie Carnegie, established her own business, the Anne Klein & Co., for her own line of clothing and accessories in 1968. The costume jewelry produced contained designs in colored Lucite stones with gold plated or brush gold-tone metal base and enameling with the use of simulated pearls, sapphires, and turquoise stones and rhinestones. Mark "A.K." or "Ann Klein" tag, "ANNE KLEIN" in a square box. Anne Klein died in 1974. After her death in 1974, the design of her jewelry was done by Donna Karan and Louis Dell’Olio. Since 1981, the jewelry has been manufactured by Swank, Inc. using the Anne Klein lion logo. The Anne Klein jewelry along with her fashionable clothing and accessories for women is sold at Saks 5thAve., Bloomingdale’s, and Neiman Marcus to name a few.