Near mint condition beautifully crafted vintage Anson abstract gold knot cufflink & tie tack matching set has an industrial-design edge for the discerning fan of mens' vintage accessories.
Anson made the traditional gold knot in cufflink accessories at least from the 1940's, and examples are plentiful, but they updated the look in a modernist interpretation here.
Anson, founded by a Swedish immigrant, began as Anderson Tool & Die Co. in 1938, manufacturing quality men's accessories. During World War II the company retooled so as to contribute to wartime production, and the name "Anson" was first used in 1948, appearing first in block letters ~see our other listing for older trapezoidal Western-themed cufflinks as an example~ while these bear the maker's name in script, which dates them to the 1960's. Anson meant quality & is now a very collectible name in vintage jewelry.
Measurements: Each link is about 1" across, while the tie tack is about 1/4" inch.
Condition & Details: Near mint. No scratches or scarring or other damage; the set has been extraordinarily well cared for/rarely used.
Will arrive packaged in a Kraft cotton-filled gift box, 4x4x1"
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