Carrington Purple Enamel Cufflinks
| Striking purple enamel above a finely engraved
pattern of radiating scalloped circles. The purple centers
are surrounded by borders of white enamel and yellow gold edges
and centered with small luminous pearls set in gold. A
beautiful example of the guilloche enamel cufflinks of the early
1900s. Created by Carrington & Company in 14kt
gold, circa 1925.
The backs of the cufflinks are as well crafinted as the fronts yellow gold polished to a mirror-like finish. Sturdy cross bars and strong brackets with beveled ends to ease the passage of the cufflinks through a button hole secure these cufflinks on the cuff.
The meticulous care with which these cufflinks were crafted and the design of the linkage indicates that these cufflinks were created by Carrington & Company. Carrington was a maker of fine cufflinks and other gentleman's accessories during the first half of the 20th century. The firm's cufflinks and dress sets were retailed by Tiffany & Co. and other carriage trade jewelers of the day.
Name: Carrington Purple
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