Art Deco era ( 1920-1930's) cuff links are made of green guilloche enamel. Perfect for Saint Patrick's Day!!
These are traditional "double-panel" Art Deco silver tone green guilloche cufflinks
that have been designed with a short chain connecting two disc-shaped parts.
They are done in a beautiful Nile green shade with an attractive swirled design underneath enameling.
Light weight and easy to wear. Perfect color for either a man or a woman. Really quite lovely.
SIZE: 1/2" x 1/2". There is a 3/4"connector.
ERA: The growing middle class liked enameled cuff links during the early Victorian period, but it was during the Art Deco years that enamels reached their popularity.
CONDITION:Very good pre-owned condition. No chips or flaws to the guilloche enameling.
Light surface scratching to the edges of the silver and back. Ready to wear.
Your purchase will arrive securely packaged in a new gift box.
***AS AN ADDED NOTE: My pictures were all taken with a zoom lens so that you can see the details. They look larger than they actually are. Please check the actual measurements.
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