Vintage 1970s Swank Double Knot Red Tipped CufflinksVintage 1970s Swank Double Knot Red Tipped CufflinksVintage 1970s Swank Double Knot Red Tipped CufflinksVintage 1970s Swank Double Knot Red Tipped Cufflinks

Vintage 1970s Red Tipped Double Knot Cufflinks by Swank.

Swank was founded in 1897 (Attleboro, Mass.) by Samuel Stone and Maurice Baer, as the Attleboro Manufacturing Company. They produced only women's jewelry items until the onset of WWI, when they became one of the largest producers of military dog tags. This change in production and their ties to the US government, had them manufacturing many types of government related accessory items. After the war, they discontinued their women's jewelry and focused on men's accessories. Their Kum-A-Part cuff button put them into the limelight in 1918 and in 1936 they incorporated into Swank, Inc., one of the best known men's jewelry manufacturers of the 20th century. They were purchased by Randa Accessories in 2012 and are still in existence today.

Elegant double knots in goldtone with red glass tips at each end that, depending on the lighting, can make them deep red or bright red.

Cufflinks measure 1" by 1/2" or 25mm by 12mm

Marked Swank

Excellent condition

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Item ID: RLCF141


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Gender: Unisex, Age Group: Adult, Color: Goldtone/Red, Size: M

Vintage 1970s Swank Double Knot Red Tipped Cufflinks

$20 USD

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