• two tone cufflinks in silver and gold in a brick pattern.
  • gold and silver cuff links
  • Swank Cufflinks Two Tone
  • vintage locking cufflinks
  • Swank cufflinks hallmark
  • two tone cufflinks in silver and gold in a brick pattern.
  • gold and silver cuff links
  • Swank Cufflinks Two Tone
  • vintage locking cufflinks
  • Swank cufflinks hallmark

Vintage Swank Two-Tone Cufflinks, Gold & Silver Brick Pattern

Original price was: $22.00.Current price is: $10.00.

Vintage Swank two-tone cufflinks.

Unusual vintage brickwork cufflinks by Swank in gold and silver metal.
✅  Approx. Size (cm): .50″ x .25″ (1.25 x .63 cm).
✅  Era:  1960s.
✅  Mark/Label: Swank
✅  One-of-a-king – Get it before it’s gone.

Domestic flat rate shipping – Jewelry: $4.50

1 in stock

These vintage Swank two-tone cufflinks have an distinctive brickwork design in gold and silver metal.

Swank Cufflinks Details

  • Small gold and silver metal cufflinks.
  • Interesting brickwork design that looks a little like a Rolex watchband.
  • Locking closure.
  • Classic mid-century look.
  • These vintage Swank two-tone cufflinks have a rare stirrup style closure.

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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.

Shipping & Returns

We ship items within five business days. Occasionally, there might be shipping delays. If this occurs, we will promptly notify you.

Clothing and accessories ship via USPS Priority Mail, UPS, or FedEx, selecting the best option based on price and insurance. Jewelry ships either First Class or Priority. For overseas orders, we use International First Class. Please refer to our Shipping Information for detailed rates.

International buyers are responsible for all customs duties. PLEASE NOTE: Starting July 1, 2021, EU members will incur VAT taxes based on the specific country’s tax rates during importation.

We know you may be wary about buying vintage items. If so, we do offer returns. If you receive vintage pieces and are dissatisfied or if the item doesn’t fit, please inform Madge of your return request within 10 days of receiving the merchandise. You must return the items within 30 days after notifying us.

You can find our complete Return Policy here. If you have further questions after reading, please call or text (404) 850-1757.

Vintage Swank Two-Tone Cufflinks

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