This is a set of 20th century (1930’s) tuxedo accessories consisting of four Krementz Art Deco Gold Filled and Mother of Pearl shirt studs and a matching pair of double-sided cufflinks, all presented in their original box. The studs are silver and white in color, and are made from gold-filled metal with mother of pearl accents. Although they are used, they are in good condition. Notably, it is rare to find a set with four shirt studs, as most sets from this era only have three.
Krementz is a historic jewelry company founded in Newark, New Jersey in the mid-19th century. The company was established by Gustav Krementz, a German immigrant who brought with him a wealth of knowledge and experience in the jewelry industry. He initially started the company as a small workshop, but it quickly grew in popularity and success due to the high quality of his products.
Krementz specialized in producing fine gold and gold-filled jewelry, including wedding bands, engagement rings, and other types of personal and decorative jewelry. They were known for their attention to detail and craftsmanship, using only the finest materials to create their pieces. The company also produced a variety of other items, such as tuxedo studs, cufflinks, and tie pins, all of which were popular among the upper class.
Throughout its history, Krementz has remained a respected and well-known name in the jewelry industry. They have continued to innovate and evolve with the times, always staying true to their commitment to quality and craftsmanship. Today, Krementz is still a thriving company, producing beautiful and timeless pieces of jewelry that are treasured by collectors and jewelry enthusiasts all over the world.
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