Carrington Purple Enamel Cufflinks

Carrington purple guilloche enamel cufflinks. (J9082)

Carrington Purple!

Striking purple enamel over an engine-turned pattern of radiating, scalloped circles.  A beautiful example of the guilloche enamels created in the early 1900s.  The purple centers are surrounded by borders of white enamel and yellow gold.  Created by Carrington & Company in 14kt gold,  circa 1925.


Carrington purple guiloche enamel cufflinks. (J8828)

The reverse of the cufflinks are well crafted with the sturdy cross bars and secure brackets favored by Carrington & Company.  The yellow gold backs are polished to a mirror-like finish (please excuse the reflections from our camera).  Careful attention to detail is a hallmark of Carrington craftsmanship and design.


Carrington purple guiloche enamel cufflinks. (J8828)

The maker's mark of Carrington & Company (a "C" surrounding a "14") is visible on the cross bars. Carrington was a maker of fine cufflinks and dress sets during the first half of the last century.


Carrington purple guiloche enamel cufflinks. (J8828)
Name:  Carrington Purple!

Measurements:  These 14kt gold and enamel cufflinks are 9/16" in diameter and weigh a total of  8.8 grams.


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