Vintage Cufflinks, by Swank Rare Tribal Bust, Traditional Ceremonial Mid Century Designer Collection Gold Black

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Unique Vintage Cufflinks, by Swank Tribal Bust, Traditional Ceremonial, African Mask in Gold and Black

Goldtone setting of mixed metal and blackmoor enamel overlay
Manufactured by Swank with Makers Mark
Primitive Collection Mid Century Modern
In good condition overall yet missing some of the black enamel or painted finish on the face. Still fashionable and wearable and especially collectible.
Circa 1950s-1960s Mid 1950

This set can be worn with anything from the most formal attire such as a tux or formal suit, to a casual dress shirt for a finished GQ high fashion look or a vintage preppy look.
Perfect unique quality gift for any stylish individual or for a collector of vintage and estate costume jewelry.

Information on the manufacturer, Swank
The company first began operations around 1897, when Samuel M. Stone and Maurice J. Baer founded the Attleboro Manufacturing Company to produce and sell jewelry for women. In 1908, Baer formed a new division, called Baer and Wilde, to oversee the production of men's jewelry. The name Swank notably appeared in 1927 on a print advertisement for a men's collar holder. In 1936, the company emerged as a successful leader in the industry and invited seven dealers to officially form a new corporation, Swank Products, Inc

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