Celebratory Art Deco Cufflinks
Symbols of Victory
| Art Deco cufflinks beautifully
engraved with symbols of triumph and victory. The long
edges are decorated with clusters of roses and the ends with
ribbon-tied laurels. The engraved radiating
pattern of the centers could be celebratory fireworks bursting
in the night sky or perhaps they are spider webs offering a
cautionary note on the risk of hubris following victory.
Finely crafted in 14kt white gold, circa 1925.
The backs of the cufflinks are crafted in 14kt yellow gold polished to a mirror-like finish. Sturdy cross bars and brackets secure these cufflinks on the cuff. The elegant simplicity of the backs contrast beautifully with the mesmerizing intricacy of the fronts.
The backs of the cufflinks are stamped "14" for the purity of the gold followed by the maker's mark of William Huger & Company (an "H" squeezed in the middle). William Huger was a maker of elegant cufflinks during the early decades of the 20th century. The firm is especially known for the beautifully designed, richly detailed cufflinks it created during the Art Deco era.
Name: Symbols of Victory
Estate Jewelry Cufflink Gallery
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