Kramer of New York's (circa 1940s-1980) casual to formal designs provided something for everyone. Especially known for it's rhinestones, Kramer utilized myriad shapes and colors in the ever present challenge of supplying the insatiable demand for diamante during the Golden Age of Rhinestones (1950s-1960s). The pointed dome clip earring presented (circa 1950s) in brass tone, feature pear shaped and chaton rhinestones in topaz and citrine colors and fluted or pie crust edged, flat tabled marquise rhinestones flashed with topaz, citrine and deep hyacinth shades. Warm, autumnal colors with sparks of late summer. Kramer, as well as other major players, Trifari, Coro and Weiss produced jewelry in prevailing seasonal color preferences.
The earrings measure about 1 inch across with a 3/8 inch dome or profile. Marquises are approximately 15 millimeters x 7 millimeters; largest chatons, about 5 millimeters. Weight of the earrings pair is approximately 14 grams.
Condition is excellent vintage. All components original and intact. All rhinestones intact and brilliant, retaining colors. No cloudy, dull or dead stones. Brass tone finish intact, fronts and backs. All soldering secure. No dents, improper bends or collapse. Earring clips strong and secure. Extremely clean. No damage / no repairs.
Reverse of each original clip signed: "KRAMER". The earrings date to the 1950s.
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