SOLD -- 1920s Baer & Wilde Kum-A-Part "W" Cufflinks
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Formed as the men's jewelry division of the Attleboro Manufacturing Company in 1908, Baer & Wilde shot into popularity when they invented the Kum-A-Part cuff button in 1918. By the late 1930s, the company changed its name to the more well-known Swank Inc., which continues to sell men's accessories today.
These cufflinks make it easy to see why the Kum-A-Part technology was so successful. Fashioned in a silver plated metal and fitted with a heavy snap, you don't have to worry about losing these gems! Both sides of the cufflinks have a black enamel ring and an Asian-inspired "W" on the face.
Label: Baer & Wilde Kum-A-Part
Condition: Very Good
Minor tarnish and pitting.