These cuff links from the 1960s are set with vibrant blue glass that glows in the sunlight. The blue glass pops against the silver-toned metal, a great pair of mid-century cuff links by Swank.
Swank was founded in 1897 in Attleboro, MA, and originally specialized in men’s and women’s costume jewelry. During WWI, they switched to manufacturing dog tags, and post-war, they decided only to make men’s accessories.
The cuff links are in very condition vintage condition with minimal signs of wear. The glass cabochons show no signs of cracks or chips and are secure in the setting. The backs are stamped SWANK, and the torpedo toggles are fully functional. There are small pits on the metal alongside the bezel, but they aren’t noticeable or distracting.
The cuff links measure 7/8″ tall and 11/16″ wide and weigh 18.11 grams. The box is for display only.
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