Art Deco Gold & Enamel Double End Cufflinks c.1930s

A pair of elegant Art Deco gold and enamel cufflinks by Cartier c.1930s, the double ended chain link cufflinks finely crafted in 14ct yellow gold with each matching face decorated with a geometric motif in red enamel depicting the Chinese symbol of the dragon representing prosperity and strength, within a gold square set within a background of black enamel.

Further Details

OriginNew York
Condition ReportVery fine
Setting14ct yellow gold signed Cartier and numbered 3643
Weight description16 grams
DimensionsEach face 15mm diameter


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When Louis-François Cartier (1819-1904) opened his small jewellery store in Paris in 1847, he couldn’t have imagined that 170 years later his name would be synonymous worldwide with some of the finest jewellery ever created.  

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