Art Deco Cufflinks
| A mesmerizing honeycomb of hexagons against a
background of parallel lines. The elegant geometry of the
engraved design gives these cufflinks an energetic Art Deco
pizazz. Created by Charles Keller & Company in 10kt
gold, circa 1925.
The backs of the cufflinks are as well crafted as the fronts. Note the sturdy curved bridges and rounded brackets which secure the cufflinks on the cuff. The edges of the backs and the brackets have been gently rounded to ease the passage of the cufflinks through a button hole.
The cross bars are stamped with the maker's mark of Charles Keller & Company - an elongated "C" surrounding a "10" (for the purity of the gold) followed by a "K". The top of the "C" and "K" are slightly obscured by the rounded edge of the crossbar. Charles Keller was a maker of fine gold cufflinks during the late 1800s and into the early 1930s.
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