Georg Jensen Sterling Cuff Links / Cufflinks # 57 - Circa 1960Georg Jensen Sterling Cuff Links / Cufflinks # 57 - Circa 1960Georg Jensen Sterling Cuff Links / Cufflinks # 57 - Circa 1960Georg Jensen Sterling Cuff Links / Cufflinks # 57 - Circa 1960Georg Jensen Sterling Cuff Links / Cufflinks # 57 - Circa 1960

I think these Jensen cuff links have a great look. It isn't the usual organic floral influenced design that the majority of Jensen incorporates but the links still manage to proudly proclaim their origin. The circular front disks have three different surface levels giving them a nice dimension. The backside cuff lock also contains a design that is an extension of it's circular fronts. A beautiful design that says Jensen but is still masculine.

The sterling is in excellent condition with no rips, dents, cracks, holes, nasty scratches/abrasions or repairs. The back cuff lock has a nice free original 360 degree movement. The marks are identical on both links with "STERLING DENMARK" on one side and "57" and Jensen oval post WWII hallmark. The circular fronts measure just under 3/4" in dia. The back cuff locks is 3/4" long x 1/4" at widest point (center). A super pair of cuff links that will go with any suit and a nice addition for a collection.

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Gender: Unisex, Age Group: Adult, Color: silver, Size: 3/4 inch

Georg Jensen Sterling Cuff Links / Cufflinks # 57 - Circa 1960

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