I don't know if Kramer called them Fireworks or not, but it is what they remind me of. A Gala at the Metropolitan, New Years Eve in Times Square, places that pop and sparkle.
These beautiful 2” long and 1” wide clear Austrian Crystal earrings do just that as they catch the light with every turn of your head. The stones range in size from 4, 3 and 2 mm and are as bright and reflective as they were when new. Truly lightweight, you won't mind having this bling on your ears.
You will note that the earrings are slightly different in design, this is not a flaw or error on the set, but rather one of Kramer's design innovations that made his products stand out. Who wouldn't expect the exploding spray of two different fireworks to look different?
On the back we see the trademark KRAMER in block letters. This mark was used from the beginning of Kramer Jewelry Creations based in New York City in 1943 and up until the Copyright mark is seen on these creations till after 1955. This tells us these were made sometime in the 12 years this mark was used, and I would think from the design it was in the late 40's. (to be clear, they also used the marks “KRAMER of NEW YORK”, “KRAMER OF N.Y.” and “KRAMER NEW YORK”)
Kramer not only made his own designs, but also designed for DeLizza and Elster, Dan Kasoff Inc., which produced Florenza jewelry, and Christian Dior.
No longer in business, they closed around 1980.
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