A stunning pair of Art Deco cufflinks meticulously made in 14k gold and set with sparkling white diamonds.
The gently domed tops have machine turned engraving in a linear pattern with small diamond shapes, the edges have an embossed curl design.
One side of each link has a bright white diamond bead set within a raised diamond shape, the other side is the same but without the gems.
The double sided links are white gold on the top and yellow gold on the back.
Marked on the back of both links 14k with the spring-back shirt stud logo for Larter & Sons.* There are also engraved initials 'J.L.F.'
Each side measures 5/8" by .5", the diamonds 4mm. I don't know the carat weight, I would say about .5-.75 together.
Total weight is 12 grams.
Very well made and in excellent condition, no damage or visible wear.
A fabulous pair of fine quality Art Deco cufflinks made by Larter & Sons c1910-1920.
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*Larter & Sons was founded in 1865 and made distinctive cufflinks, dress sets and gentlemen's jewelry during the late Victorian era and first few decades of the last century. The firm had offices in New York City and manufactured its jewelry across the Hudson in Newark, New Jersey. It was known for elegant design, innovation and craftsmanship.