*J. Bruford & Son 1926 Birmingham British 9 Kt gold Art Deco geometric enameled cufflinks
A pair of cufflinks designed by James Bruford & Son.
Great Art-Deco period pieces created by the company of James Bruford & Son in Birmingham England in the 1926. They are crafted in 9 karats (as usual) of high polished yellow gold and embellished with applications of blue and white hot enamel, creating a stunning design of geometric patterns.
This pieces are composed by 2 oval elements of 18 mm by 12 mm, attached together by a chain of 7 oval and round links.
The weight of this pair is 8.5 grams.
Stamped. with British, Birmingham hallmarks with the gothic letter B, associated to the date 1926, the maker's mark cartouche and the assay marks, ".375 9".
They are in perfect condition with no enamel looses and are accompanied by the original designer's presentation leather jewelry box
INVENTORY REF: P0000MCNK/.1021