Change-o-Color Men’s Jewelry



For the 1949 Metrosexual. But, alas, did not catch on.

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     Posted By: Paul - Tue Aug 04, 2020
     Category: Jewelry | 1940s | Men





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My uncle was from this era (served in both WWII and the Korean War). After he died a few years back and we were cleaning out his things, we were amazed at how much jewelry he had — cuff links, tie bars, tie tacks and the like.
Posted by Brian on 08/04/20 at 08:55 AM
Granted that the price for these were not all that expensive (approximately equal to $55.00 in current dollars.), I'm really curious as yo how one of these pieces has held up over the years - have the colors faded?
Posted by KDP on 08/04/20 at 11:12 AM
I mean... if I wore cuff-links at all... I have to admit, I'd find these nifty.

As it is, my only jewelry is the fountain pen in my breast pocket. Not even a wristwatch any more.
Posted by Richard Bos on 08/08/20 at 09:17 AM









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