Friday, May 4, 2012

Recent Discovery in the Antique Cufflink Archive

While researching a unrelated topic in the Antique Cufflink Archive, I came across several additional examples of cufflinks created by the Fleur-de-lys Maker.

The cufflinks are elegant elongated octagons, essentially rectangles with deeply cut corners. While the shape doesn't have the same jagged edginess as the examples illustrated in last week's post, the cufflinks exhibit the same care in craftsmanship, design and fine detail.

Hopefully more examples of the Fleur-de-lys Maker's work will emerge in the coming weeks.

These and a great variety of other cufflinks from the past
can be found in the Antique Cufflink Archive

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