Art Deco Spider Web Cufflinks
The Spider's Web
|A spider's web stretches between two thorny
branches of a rose bush. At the ends of the cufflinks
are ribbon-tied laurels - perhaps an indication of
the spider's ultimate victory. These finely engraved
cufflinks were created by William Huger & Co. around
1925. They are crafted in 14kt white gold with yellow gold
The yellow gold backs are polished to a mirror-like finish. The linkage is well constructed with strong cross bars and brackets securing the cufflinks on the cuff. The sturdy, elegant simplicity of the backs is a pleasing contrast to the intricate details of the fronts.
The cufflinks are marked on the reverse with "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 gifted maker of elegant cufflinks and other jewels during the early decades of the 20th century. His firm is especially known for the beautifully designed, richly detailed cufflinks it created during the 1920s and 1930s.
Name: The Spider's Web
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