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This item is already soldOld Metal Elizabeth Arden Advertising Employee Pin
Elizabeth Arden   Cosmetics   Make Up   Perfume   Bathroom   Advertising   Employee   Pin   Jewelry   Nostalgic
The picture shows a view of this Old Metal Elizabeth Arden Advertising Employee Pin. The pin is not dated but it is old. The pin is made of an unknown gold colored metal. It has an ''A'' with wings and it is marked on the two sides as follows:

ELIZABETH ARDEN

VAN WIELIK
DEN HAAG
HOLLAND

The pin measures 2-5/16'' x 7/8''. It is in mint condition as pictured. Below here, for reference, is a biography and History of Elizabeth Arden:

Elizabeth Arden
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Elizabeth Arden
Born: Florence Nightingale Graham
December 31, 1884
Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada
Died: October 18, 1966 (aged 81)
New York City, New York, United States
Occupation: Businesswoman: Cosmetics, Racehorse owner / breeder

Florence Nightingale Graham (December 31, 1884 - October 18, 1966), who went by the business name Elizabeth Arden, was a Canadian businesswoman who built a cosmetics empire in the United States.

Biography

Arden was born in Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada, where she lived until the age of 24. In 1909, she dropped out of nursing school in Toronto. She then joined her elder brother in New York City, working briefly as a bookkeeper for the E. R. Squibb Pharmaceuticals Company. While there, Arden spent hours in their lab, learning about skincare. She then worked again briefly for Eleanor Adair, an early beauty culturist, as a ''treatment girl''.

Career

In 1909 Arden formed a partnership with Elizabeth Hubbard, another culturist. When the partnership dissolved, she coined the business name ''Elizabeth Arden'' from her former partner and from Tennyson's poem ''Enoch Arden''.

In 1912 Arden travelled to France to learn beauty and facial massage techniques used in the Paris beauty salons. She returned with a collection of rouges and tinted powders she had created. In an era when it was generally only acceptable for entertainers to wear makeup, Arden introduced modern eye makeup to North America. She also introduced the concept of the ''makeover'' in her salons.

Arden collaborated with A. Fabian Swanson, a chemist, to create a ''fluffy'' face cream. The success of the cream, Venetian Cream Amoretta, and corresponding lotion, Arden Skin Tonic, led to a long lasting business relationship. This revolutionized cosmetics, bringing a scientific approach to formulations. Other innovations included creating foundations that matched a person's skin tone; creating the idea of the ''Total Look'' in which lip, cheek, and fingernail colors matched or coordinated; and the first to make a cosmetics commercial shown in movie houses.

During World War II, Arden recognized the changing needs of the American woman entering the work force. She showed women how to apply makeup and dress appropriately for careers outside the home. She created a lipstick called Montezuma Red, for the women in the armed forces that would match the red on their uniforms. Although most of her commercial success was in cosmetics, she also pioneered restorative musical exercises based on yoga. She started a fashion business in 1943 with notable designers like Charles James and Oscar de la Renta on staff.

She began expanding her international operations in 1915, and started opening salons across the world. By the end of 1930s, it was said that ''There are only three American names that are known in every single corner of the globe: Singer sewing machines, Coca Cola, and Elizabeth Arden.'' A fact proved by Heinrich Harrer in his book ''Seven Years in Tibet'', where he stated that it's possible to buy Arden's products even in Tibet. At the peak of her career, she had a salon in New York, Washington, Boston, Chicago, Beverly Hills, San Francisco, Maine, Arizona, Phoenix, Southhampton, Surfside, Florida, Palm Beach, Philadelphia, Honolulu, Lima. Toronto, Montreal, Melbourne, Sydney, Hong Kong, Singapore, Johannesburg, London, Paris, Zurich, Vienna, Milan, Rome, Cannes, Madrid, Brussels, Copenhagen, The Hague, London, Ontario, Cape Town, Nassau, Tulsa, Quebec City, and Biarritz. She launched all of them personally and she owned all of them except the one in Paris, which she gave to her sister, Gladys, Vicomtesse de Maublanc.

From the 1930s through the 1960s, Elizabeth Arden was considered the most upscale cosmetic brand, with celebrated patrons including Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth II, Elizabeth, Queen Mother, Marilyn Monroe, Jacqueline Kennedy, Marlene Dietrich, Joan Crawford, Wallis Simpson and Mamie Eisenhower. The introduction of the perfume Blue Grass in 1934 was a great success. Considered the first all American scent, it remains on the market today.

Death

Arden died in New York City in 1966 and was interred in the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Sleepy Hollow, New York under the name Elizabeth N. Graham. At the time of her death, her estate was worth $30 to $40 million (U.S.) dollars and she had over a hundred salons worldwide. A feature length documentary film The Powder and the Glory (2009) by Ann Carol Grossman and Arnie Reisman, details the rivalry between Arden and Helena Rubenstein.

Personal life

In 1915 she married Thomas J. Lewis, a banker, thus becoming an American citizen. Arden's drive for success cost her marriage to Lewis. They divorced in 1934. A second marriage to a Russian prince only lasted 2 years.

Thoroughbred horse racing

Arden used the name Maine Chance Farm for her Thoroughbred horse racing and breeding operation in Lexington, Kentucky. In 1931 she had bought her first horse at the Fasig-Tipton sales at the Saratoga Race Course. From 1944 on, she worked closely with Leslie Combs II who selected and purchased horses for her. However, according to a 1947 interview with the Thoroughbred Record, Combs said she had a good eye for horses herself and chose a number of successful runners on her own. In the nineteen forties and fifties Elizabeth Arden built her Maine Chance Farm stable into a major force in American Thoroughbred horse racing. In 1945, Star Pilot and Beaugay were the Eclipse Award colt and filly champions, and her stable was the leading money winner in the United States. In 1947 her colt Jet Pilot, trained and ridden by future Hall of Famers Tom Smith and Eric Guerin won the Kentucky Derby. Putting her on the cover of the May 6, 1946 issue of Time magazine. In 1948, she also acquired the great filly Busher as a broodmare from a spectacular auction conducted by Louis B. Mayer. Busher was not only inducted into the Hall of Fame, she ranked #40 in Blood Horse magazine List of the Top 100 U.S. Racehorses of the 20th Century. In 1954, her filly ''Fascinator'', won the Kentucky Oaks. For her contribution to the racing industry, Elizabeth Arden Graham was posthumously inducted into the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame in 2003.

Elizabeth Arden today

Her company was sold to Eli Lilly and Company in 1971 for $38 million dollars. Eli Lilly and Company sold Arden to Fabergé in 1987 for $657 million. Elizabeth Arden's cosmetics company continues to trade today, and was bought from Unilever in 2003 by FFI for $225 million, a New York company. They changed their name to Elizabeth Arden, and are publicly listed (NASDAQ: RDEN). The past 'face' of Elizabeth Arden was Swedish supermodel Vendela Kirsebom during the late 1980s to the mid 1990s. The current 'face' of Elizabeth Arden is Catherine Zeta Jones.

The company continues to offer color coordinated make up sets, as well as an extensive line of skin care products and treatments. Since Arden's death, some of the company's focus has shifted to the development of a number of fragrance lines. The company's signature fragrance is called ''Red Door'' named after their day spas which are called ''Elizabeth Arden Red Door Salons''. Other fragrance within their own line are ''Fifth Avenue'', ''Green Tea'', ''Provocative Woman'' and their newest, ''Mediterranean''. The company also holds the license to the Hilary Duff fragrances ''With Love ... Hilary Duff'' and ''Wrapped With Love ...'', and the Britney Spears fragrances ''Curious'', ''Fantasy'', ''Curious: In Control'', ''Midnight Fantasy'', ''Hidden Fantasy'', ''Circus Fantasy'', ''Believe'' and ''Curious Heart''; Elizabeth Taylor's ''White Diamonds'', ''Passion'', ''Forever Elizabeth'', and ''Gardenia''; Mariah Carey's ''M by Mariah Carey'' and ''Luscious Pink by Mariah Carey''. In 2006 Elizabeth Arden acquired the fragrance portfolio from Riviera Concepts. The newly acquired brands include Alfred Sung, the Hummer fragrance franchise, Cynthia Rowley, Lulu Guinness, Bob Mackie, and Badgley Mischka.

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Old Metal Elizabeth Arden Advertising Employee Pin


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