This dated 1923 pair of Kum Apart cuff links are in like new condition retaining their original paper retail card. The silver toned metal pair are crafted with a inntricate engine turned design on both sides. They measure about 15mm in diameter.
The fanciness of the design will make them an ideal choice for a wedding or black tie affair. These Art Deco era accessories can be worn by a man or a woman.
Formed as the men's jewelry division of the Attleboro Manufacturing Company in 1908, Baer & Wilde came into vogue when they invented the Kum-A-Part cuff button in 1918. By the late 1930s, the company changed its name to the more well-known Swank Inc., which continues to sell men's accessories today.
These fashionable Men's accessories make it easy to see why the Kum-A-Part technology was so successful. The durable silver plated metal has a wonderful lasting quality. They are fitted with a heavy snap that stays securely in place. You don't have to worry about them coming loose from your sleeve. It is very hard to believe that this pair is almost 100 years old.