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Estate cufflinks with alligator motifs signed Kieselstein-Cord

Antique jewelry object group: cufflinks
Country of origin: Switzerland
Style: estate jewelry - (styles overview)
Style specifics:
Period: ca. 1988 (events and facts in 1988)
Source of inspiration: mother nature
Theme: rolled alligator biting its own tail
Material: 18K yellow gold - (precious metals)
Extra information: Jewelry by Kieselstein-Cord can be found in The Louvre, Paris, France; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York; Louisiana State Museum of Art, Baton Rouge, Louisiana and in The Houston Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas.
Brand: Kieselstein-Cord
Signature: Kieselstein-Cord
Hallmarks: the name: "Kieselstein-Cord", the year "1988", and a star and half moon (mastermark of Kieselstein-Cord) - (general hallmarks info)
Condition: excellent condition - (our condition scale)
Dimensions: Diameter approximately 2.18 cm (0.86 inch)
Weight: 29.60 gram (19.03 dwt)
Reference Nº: 09146-4299

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Estate cufflinks with alligator motifs signed Kieselstein-Cord
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