Swank Inc. was founded in 1897 in Attleboro, Massachusetts as a manufacturer of both men’s and women’s costume jewelry. During WW1, the company created dog tags for the U.S. military. Shortly thereafter, Swank decided to solely focus its production on men’s pieces only. The most notable Swank pieces, at the time, were it’s Kum-a-Part cufflinks which featured a unique snap closure. Starting in the 1930s, almost every major US business company commissioned cufflinks either for advertising purposes or as gift incentives for employees or executives. By the 1960s, Swank had become one of the largest manufacturers of cufflinks worldwide, producing over 12 million pairs a year. During the mid-century, the company also ventured into making barware accessories, including flasks, bar tools, and decanters. By the 1980s, the company went back to manufacturing both women’s and men’s costume jewelry and ceased its bar accessories line. In 2012, the company was bought by Randa Accessories and Costumes to produce fashionable men’s jewelry.
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