*Ghiso Buenos Aires-Paris 1930 Art Deco Geometric Cufflinks in 18 kt gold with color enamel
A pair of Art deco cufflinks designed by Ghiso.
Very Rare geometric Deco pair created, in Paris, France by the jewelry retailers Ghiso, back in the 1930. They was carefully crafted in solid yellow gold of 18 karats, with high polished finish and embellished with multi-color enamels. Composed by four rectangular elements connected by a small 5 links chain.
They have a combined weight of 7.7 Grams and each element are 16 mm by 8 mm.
Stamped, with French hallmarks; the eagle's head for the assay and guaranty of the 18 kt gold, the maker's maitre cartouche and signed, "GHISO".
Ghiso, in the 1890, a member of the Ghiso family emigrated to Buenos Aires from his native Italy. Within a short period of time, he opened a jewelry salon. The business became the pre-eminent house of this type in Buenos Aires. At the beginning of the century, his two sons traveled to Paris where they established a branch location. One son, Oscar, coordinated all business matters as well as arranging with designers to create jewelry in the current styles which were then shipped to Buenos Aires and their other branch location in New York City. Both locations were closed sometime in the late 1930s or 1940s, but the flagship store in Buenos Aires remained open until the 1960s. Oscar Ghiso died in Buenos Aires in 1985.
Note: An important collector's item, with a remarkable art deco patterns.
They are in perfect condition, with all the original rich enamels intact.
INVENTORY REF: P0000MMNM/.1850 **BASI