Aesthetic Movement Peacock Motif Tri Color Cufflinks Patent 1880.. These Victoria Era Cufflinks Are Glorious With An Exquisite Peacock Motif, A Superior Estate Find.
I Find Antique Cufflinks Fascinating! The Victorian Era Cufflinks Are Especially Appealing and Superbly Crafted. This Aesthetic Movement Pair Of Cufflinks Have A Japanese Influence and The Popular Nature Motif Utilizing A Peacock. The Cufflinks Are Round In Shape With A Square Cartouche In The Center. The Peacock Motif Is Amazing and Exceptional Detailing! The Repousse Design Features A Foliate Pattern At The Corner With The Peacock Rising Above Resting On A Dainty Branch. There Are Applied Tiny Floral Accents Of Silver. The Design Uses Several Colors Of Gold To Add Interest To The Delicate Peacock Motif.
This Whimsical Pair of Cufflinks Are Gold Filled With Brass Backing. The Bar Is Marked ACME and Has A Patent Date Of August 24, 1880. The Outer Edge Of The Front Of This Pair Of Cufflinks Have Random Surface Scratches Which Almost Appear Part Of The Design, At Any Rate They Add Character To The Antique Cufflinks. The Backs Of The Cufflinks Show Age and Patina However, The Cufflinks Are In Fantastic Condition For Dating To The Late 1800's! The Button Tabs Are Loose But They Hold Firmly In Place On The Cuff.
Measurements: Each Face Is 7/8"
Peacocks Are An Enchanting Motif As Are These Captivating Pair Of Victorian Cufflinks! The Peacock Is A Symbol Of Love and These Were Perhaps Given As A Wedding Gift from a Bride to Her Groom and Today Would Be Just As Meaningful, Stylish and Wonderful Worn For A Wedding.
"The Pride of the Peacock is the Glory of GOD" William Blake
Item ID: A001978
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