1920s art deco Krementz cufflinks silver gold filled button tuxedo vintage cuff links accessory mens gift estate formal wear mens jewelry

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Vintage Krementz art deco cufflinks silver gold filled button tuxedo. These are in great condition and have handsome etched rims to the black shiny enamel. The backs are gold filled, a nice contrast to the silver fronts. A perfect addition to a collection or for a gift for that special someone. ∆ Maker: Krementz jewelry story began in the 1860’s, when George Krementz founded his company in Newark, New Jersey. Their original intent was to create men’s jewelry, such as collar buttons and cuff links. In 1886, they turned to the use of gold overlay to create their jewelry. They used rolled gold plate to create a high quality jewelry that was, although technically costume jewelry, by no means cheap. According to Krementz jewelry advertisements of the time, they used gold 30 times as thick as that used in the production of most costume jewelry. The intention was to create a high quality line of jewelry to be sold in department stores. By the 1930’s Krementz jewelry is being sold internationally. A salesman would take a yearly trip to many exotic destinations to sell the jewelry in countries such as India. ∆ Material: gold filled , enamel , silver ∆ Size : see photo ∆ Weight: light ∆ Condition: In good vintage pre-owned condition. ∆ Lovely patina! Boxed for gift giving; gift wrapped on request. We don’t polish these previously owned well loved pieces so we can keep the original patina. We try and photograph all of the pieces next to a ruler so you can see the actual size. All jewelry sold as found. If you would like to see our other cufflinks and items in our store please click here : https://www.etsy.com/shop/NeatstuffAntiques May 34, 2014

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