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  • Swank Whale closure cufflinks
  • 1960s tie tack

Vintage 1970s Lucite Cufflinks & Tie Tac by Swank


Vintage 1970s Lucite cufflinks & tie tac by Swank.

70s Swank cufflinks in a very interesting geometric block design.
✅   Approx. Size:  Links (cm): .75″ x .50″ (2 x 1.27), Tie Tac .50″ square.
✅   Condition: Very minor wear on the gold frame and lucite. Major wear on backs of links.
✅   Era:  1970s.
✅   Mark/Label: Swank.
✅   Only set.

Domestic flat rate shipping – Jewelry: $4.50

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These colorful vintage 1970s lucite cufflinks are so colorful.

Vintage Lucite Cufflinks Details

  • Striking mid-century cufflink and tie tack set.
  • Multicolor lucite blocks in blue, orange, gold, green, and gray.
  • Brushed gold metal setting.
  • The offset design on the blocks makes for a very dimensional design on these vintage 1970s Lucite cufflinks.
  • Whale closure on cufflinks.
  • Button chain on tie tac.

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About Swank

Samuel M. Stone and Maurice J. Baer founded the Attleboro Manufacturing Company in 1897 to sell women’s jewelry, marking Swank’s beginnings. Baer established Baer and Wilde in 1908 for men’s jewelry while Stone managed Attleboro Manufacturing. Both operated until the 1918 success of the Kum-A-Part cuff button.

During World War I, the military needed “dog tags,” and Attleboro Manufacturing produced them. Post-war, it focused on men’s accessories, rebranding as Swank in 1927. In 1936, it became Swank Products, Inc., then Swank, Inc., in 1941.

Swank ceased accessory production during wars for weapon parts and medals, becoming a top men’s accessories maker after each conflict. In the 1960s and 1970s, it acquired leather goods businesses like Prince Gardner Company, expanding into fragrances and re-entering women’s jewelry in the 1980s and 1990s with labels like Anne Klein and Guess?. The company continues operations today.

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Vintage 1970s Lucite Cufflinks

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