These estate Monblanc cufflinks of German Provenance are crafted in stainless steel and weigh approximately 18.00 grams. The cufflink faces are designed as round plaques, depicting artfully applied semi-translucent brownish green guilloché enamel. The guilloché technique of enameling, referred to also as ‘engine -turned’ amongst enamellers, was promoted by René Lalique in Paris in 1895 and applied to jewelry items during the Art Nouveau era which covered the period of 1890 to 1919. In this technique, the background of jewelry items (mostly precious metals) is skillfully textured in a pattern of spirals with radiating and concentric motifs, upon which translucent or semi-translucent enamel is applied. These impressive designer cufflinks are stamped with ‘Montblanc’ and ‘Germany’ for authenticity and are in excellent condition.
Weight is approx: 18.00 grams
Cufflink face measures approx: 20mm