After selling to the finest stores for years, including Takashimaya New York, Harry Rosen, Rubensteins, Boyds, Garys, Stanley Korshak, Fred Segal and Nordstrom, Tracey discovered her true passion is selling directly to the men who covet her cufflinks.
As someone who speaks up for what is right even if there is opposition, Tracey has always been passionate about practicing business responsibly with absolute regard for human rights. Her greatest pleasure comes from giving back, while focusing on positive change economically, environmentally and socially. Tracey resides in Chicago where she is a member of Mayor Emanuel's Fashion Council and a board member of Fashion Group International. She is also an active volunteer with the Make-A-Wish Foundation and serves as a parent advocate for www.theconcussionblog.com.
Known for her cutting-edge techniques and innovative metal refinement, Tracey works with 950 silver—a metal higher in purity than sterling, which can only be used for handmade, weightier pieces because it is more tender and therefore difficult to manipulate. It demands the excellence of highly trained artisans, as a slight mistake is much more visible.
Tracey Mayer cufflinks are never mass produced, and many are created as limited-edition and one-of-a-kind designs. Committed to sustainability, metal is recycled when possible, and items with antiquity value are sought after and reused.