Here we have a lovely vintage necklace by *Krementz made around the late 50's, early 60's. This piece like all our others comes from our family's estate. The chain is done in a link style, is 12 inches and signed on clasp. On the chain is a beautiful multi-colored blue stone with a lovely art nouveau gold trim. In delightful condition and a wonderful find for any lover of vintage jewelry or Krementz jewelry collector.
*(The Krementz jewelry story began in the 1860’s, when George Krementz founded his company in Newark, New Jersey. Their original intent was to create jewelry for men, such as collar buttons and cuff links. In 1886, they turned to the use of gold overlay to create their jewelry. They used rolled gold plate to create a high quality jewelry that was, although technically costume jewelry, by no means inexpensive. According to Krementz jewelry advertisements of the time, they used gold 30 times as thick as that used in the production of most costume jewelry. The costume jewelry was made to look like the real thing and the intention was to create a high quality line of jewelry to be sold in department stores).
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