Gold Reversible Swivel Cufflinks With Diamonds, Circa 1920
A pair of reversible gold cufflinks, set with a line of rose-cut diamonds, in grain settings, on oval, convex, hollow work heads, with solid swivel links, marked RGD 14856, 750, with French weevil marks, for 18ct gold imported into France, circa 1920.
- Circa 1920
- Art Deco
- Country of origin
- Approximate weight
- 6.8 grams
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