Art Deco Diamond Cufflinks
|The intricate geometric design of these cufflinks
gives them a maze-like quality. The beauty of the design
is matched by the depth and precision of the
craftsmanship. A small diamond is set on one side for an
added touch of elegance. Created by L. Fritzsche & Co
in 14kt white gold, circa 1925.
The backs of the cufflinks are as well crafted as the fronts. Note the sturdy crossbars and brackets which secure the cufflinks on the cuff, the clean, crisp edges and the mirror-like finish. (Please excuse the shadowy reflections from the camera.)
The cross bars are stamped with a gold purity mark ("14K") and the maker's mark of L. Fritzsche & Company (an "F" inside an banner-shape cartouche). Lebrecht Fritzsche was a noted jewelry designer and engraver who created fine cufflinks during the early decades of the 20th century.
Name: Intricate Maze
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