These white cloisonné cufflinks are solid silver and handmade by English silversmiths. They are distinguished by their enamel Cloisonné discs with a starburst finish and edged enamel black line, set in solid silver.
Cloisonné was the enamelling technique famously used by Fabergé for the Imperial Russian Easter eggs. The overall design is reminiscent of the elegant simplicity of the 1920s Art Deco style. The enamel oval discs are joined by a silver chain, allowing them to be displayed on both sides of a double cuff dress shirt.
- Made in England.
- Sterling Silver.
- Handmade enamel design in white with black line