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- Open text field 1: Art Deco cuff buttons gold around 1920
After Art Nouveau around 1900, a new era seemed to have dawned:
the era of Art Deco. The pieces of jewelry presented here also date from the early Art Deco period.
The cuff buttons were created in England around 1920.
The playful and soft forms of Art Nouveau no longer seemed contemporary and modern enough and were therefore passé.
Modern meant straightforward geometric coolness with abstract, strict shapes.
The transition from Art Nouveau to Art Deco was gradual.
These austere Art Deco cufflinks are absolute "classics" that are often available as reproductions today.
These cufflinks are shield-shaped and the surface is finely engraved with geometric patterns.
The reverse is smooth and shiny.
The antique angular and austere cufflinks are of the highest quality and are crafted from solid new carat yellow gold.
They are hallmarked on the back with 375, which stands for 9 carats and other English hallmarks, as well as the goldsmith " H.G.& S."
The cufflinks are in wonderful condition and make a great gift for men.
Material: 9 carat yellow gold
Provenance: England 1920
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You will receive our jewelry ready for gifting with expertise
|Material:||9 Karat, 333 Gold, Gold|