Kramer - 1943-1970s

Kramer - 1943-1970s

Founded by designer Louis Kramer and his two brothers, Morris and Henry, in 1943 in New York, Kramer Jewelry Creations continued production until the late 1970s. Noteworthy, from the very beginning of production, this brand’s jewelry has been a great success among buyers due to its original designs and excellent performance.

Kramer jewelry was high class, with scrupulous performance and often very interesting design. In addition, the products had limited circulation and the best materials. Bright stylish ornaments demonstrate the high quality of sparkling Austrian crystals of rock crystal, both transparent and colored.

Also, traditional materials of Kramer jewelry – gilded metal with black enamel, artificial pearls, imitation of rubies, emeralds, lapis lazuli, jade, turquoise, and pearls.
As a result, in the early 1950s, the company produced ornaments for Christian Dior. Accordingly, this says a lot about the quality of the jewelry production company. They labeled these products “Kramer for Christian Dior” and “Dior by Kramer”.

A distinctive feature of these decorations is the large blue or green stones, usually located in the middle of the jewelry work, surrounded by clear transparent rhinestones.

This costume jewelry was more expensive than the rest of the products of Kramer. The high price in this case was due to the loud name of Dior in the title of the series.

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