Vintage Krementz Genuine Carved Ivory Rose Brooch Pin

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  • Item Category: Jewelry
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 24,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

Vintage Krementz Genuine Carved Ivory Rose Brooch Pin

Length: 1 3/8" Diameter

Width: 3/4" High

Weight: 8.2 grams

Condition: Excellent

This Vintage Krementz genuine elephant ivory hand carved rose brooch from the late 1960's is in excellent condition. A very hard to find piece. ***I t was legally imported to this country pre the 1989 ban on elephant ivory.*** It has 14K gold overlay closure. Hallmarked Krementz in block style caps on pin closure. Weighs 8.2 grams. Simply gorgeous w/ equisite hand carved detail of the rose petals! Have many Vintage Krementz jewelry pieces to list, including the matching ivory rose bracelet, earrings & necklace. Listing all bracelets first. Some of you may already have these pieces, so not listing as demi parure as they were all originally purchased seperately. Some are hard to find pieces, so check back if interested. Please don't hesitate to ask questions/more photos. Will ship promptly & safely method of your choice w/ delivery confirmation included & insurance optional w/ a money back guarantee, so bid w/ confidence! Actual shipping weight plus $1.00 or less handling charged. Any overcharge promptly refunded.

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KREMENTZ HISTORY: 1886 - Present

The Krementz and Company NJ, was founded by George Krementz and was owned by the Krementz and Lister families. Krementz was an original manufacturer of men's gold jewelry that included studs and collar buttons, cuff buttons, tie clasps, and cufflinks. Mark: "NU-KAY" for jewelry made wholly or partly of precious metals since 1907. In 1930, the Krementz company, started making women's jewelry, scarf pins, broaches, bar pins, necklace clasps, bracelets, and clasps. Mark: "Heraldic" since July 1930. The jewelry was made with rolled gold plate, of 10K and 14K gold metal with pearls and precious stones, and some with a gold overlay with beautiful design pieces of the Art Deco and Art Nouveau era. Mark: "SNAP-BAR" for cuff links set with stones since 1948. One line Krementz produced was labeled "Diana" and was sold in department stores and the pieces are hard to find today. Up to 1980, Krementz made inexpensive gold overlay jewelry to expensive colored gemstone pieces, the latter bringing the retail price of some pieces up to $100,000. Lister, of the company specialized in manufacturing fine gold jewelry. Mark" Krementz" in script, "14K GOLD OVERLAY" AND "KREMENTZ". Krementz jewelry pieces were never inexpensively priced because of the excellent workmanship, designs and detailing. Today, Richard Krementz (as President) has renamed the firm Richard Krementz Gemstones LLC specializes in fine 18K and Platinum jewelry with exotic colored gemstones including tanzanite, alexandrite, and tourmaline with rings retailing at $5,000 to $10,000 and some of his finer piec...

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