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Kayser Coral Nylon Stockings

Vintage Kayser Nylon Stockings Coffee RHT

 Kayser Off White

kayser Debonair  RHT


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Luxurious ultra Dress sheer 15 Denier 100 % Nylon Stockings  


Kayser no run ĖUltra Dress sheer with Reinforced heel and toe

Kayser Flat knit  - Flat knit ultra Dress sheer with reinforced heel and toe,

Nude heel and toe and Demi toe (toe area reinforced).

Kayser K5 WONDERLOC - Ultra Dress sheers Patented silk like non run with reinforced heel and toe



Kayser no run in Coffee- RHT
Kayser Flat knit in Coffee - RHT 
Kayser K6 Flat knit in Coral nude heel and toe
Kayser K 77 Flat knit in Coral  Demi toe  
Kayser K5 no run in off white - RHT
Kayser no run in Debonair - RHT  
Kayser Flat knit in Spice - RHT  
Kayser K5 WONDERLOC Puff Beige -RHT  


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Kayser no run ĖUltra Dress sheer with Reinforced heel and toe

Kayser Flat knit  - Flat knit ultra Dress sheer with reinforced heel and toe,

Nude heel and toe and Demi toe (toe area reinforced).

Kayser K5 WONDERLOC - Ultra Dress sheers Patented silk like non run with reinforced heel and toe

ď Your selection of Kayser Hosiery is proof positive that you have a wonderful sense of highly selective fashion taste.

Kayser Hosiery has been a favorite of smart women for generations, and they know that the famous Kayser name is their assurance of fashion and quality.Ē  

 Purchase 3 pair of the same model and size Kayser stockings and you will receive the original box  

Each box of stockings are packaged as shipped from the factory in the sixties. Included in each box is 3 pair of stockings individually wrapped around a stiff board that Julius Kayser designed, and then each pair is further wrapped in Kayserís tissue paper.




Pieces From The Past By Pat Hawkins Guffey Rhea County Historian


The Origin of Kayser-Roth



An old slogan states that nothing beats a great pair of legs, and no company attested to that more than Kayser-Roth Corporation of Dayton! According to the Charter of Incorporation, dated July 24, 1913, A. P. Haggard, A. B. Andrews, T. W. Caudle, J. F. Morgan, and W. C. Godsey constituted a corporation for the purpose of manufacturing and dealing in yarns, hosiery, and other knitted fabrics. Three Dayton investors also helped to found the facility. They were: Elmer Kelly, Glenn Woodlee and Dr. G.V. Taylor. Elmer Kelley worked in the hosiery business at that time, earning 50 cents a week. Glenn Woodlee was a local attorney then, and Dr. Taylor was a dentist. Also, this company was known as Dayton Hosiery Mills, and the authorized capital stock was shown to be $60,000. The first product manufactured at the plant was menís socks.

In 1946, Chester H. Roth Company of New York purchased the plant, and the operation was converted to the manufacture of childrenís and missesí anklets. Also, the sales office was located in New York, and the home office was based in Burlington, North Carolina. At that time the mill became the Dayton Division of Standard Hosiery Mills, Inc.

In 1955, Chester H. Roth Company purchased the Graysville Hosiery Mills, located on Main Street in Dayton, and all knitting operations were moved to that site. The Chester H. Roth Company merged with the Julius Kayser Company in 1958, forming Kayser-Roth Hosiery, Inc. In 1964, expansion started with the knitting and finishing operations being combined, and the knitting was moved back to the present location on Broadway Street. This expansion was completed in 1968, with the addition of the greige goods building being completed in 1965. The present warehouse/distribution area, with floor space of approximately 200,000 square feet was finished in 1968. And in 1975, Gulf and Western acquired controlling ownership of Kayser-Roth, relocating and modernizing the knitting operations.

During 1984, the Dayton plant began production on Calvin Klein and Liz Claiborne premium brand hosiery, and Wickes Lumber bought Kayser-Roth from Gulf and Western in 1985. Then Wickes Lumber sold Kayser-Roth to Narrangansett Capital, Inc. in 1988. Next, in 1994, Grupo Synkro, in Mexico, acquired Kayser-Roth; and Kayser-Roth obtained the license for the HUE trademark for production of U. S. hosiery production during that same year. Kayser-Roth was purchased from Grupo Synkro by Golden Lady, spa a Mantobian, Italy based leg ware during 1999. And finally, Kayser-Roth/Golden Lady bought the HUE brand/name from the Leslie Faye brands in 2001.

Kayser-Roth is headquartered in Greensboro, North Carolina, and operates four plants and two distribution centers in North Carolina and Tennessee. The Dayton mill has had as many as five hundred employees at one time during its heyday. However, after more than one hundred years, the doors are closed and the machinery shut down and shipped back to the headquarters in Greensboro. According to Bob Wisener, the current plant manager, the building will be completely empty by the end of February. This business certainly has a long history with Rhea County; one that we will not be likely to forget soon. Remember, it is important to remember the past in order to live in the present and prepare for the future.