French Belle Époque Diamond and Platinum Cufflinks, by Victor Réard, Circa 1921
A pair of French, Belle Époque, diamond and platinum cufflinks, by Victor Réard, with an old-cut diamond in each centre, in a millegrain edged rub over setting, on an openwork background of rose-cut diamond pavé set stripes, with a rose-cut diamond set surround, with a millegrain edge, mounted in platinum, with chain and bolt ring fittings, with French dog head marks for platinum and eagle marks for the gold parts of the fittings, with V foot R maker's marks, for Victor Réard, circa 1921. His workshop was located on 28 rue Reaumur, in the third district of Paris. His mark was registered in 1921. He worked for Boivin, amongst other houses.
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- Circa 1921
- Belle Époque
- Approximate Measurements
- 14.6 to 14.65mm
- Design House
- Victor Réard
- Country of origin
- Good - Wear consistent with age
- Approximate weight
- 10.71 grams
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