A wonderful pair of gold and enamel cufflinks from the Art Deco (ca1930) era! Made of vibrant 18kt yellow gold, each double-sided cufflink is comprised of two oval discs which feature a charming enamel design. Both images depict parts of a traditional jockey uniform; one side shows a blue jockey cap, and the other oval depicts a blue jockey shirt with black accents. A strand of gold chain connects the back of each oval disc together. The back of each cufflink is stamped with several hallmarks, including "Ta", "750", a crown, an anchor, and "K". A charming and attractive pair of cufflinks, they would appeal to the equestrian enthusiast and would look wonderful worn by a man or woman!
Measurements: Each oval on the cufflinks measures approximately 3/4" tall, 1/2" wide, and 1/16" thick. The space in between each cufflink is 7/8" long. The overall pennyweight of both cufflinks together is 9.5 dwt.
Condition: The overall condition of the cufflinks is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the gold setting or enamel work, and the connecting chain is secure and intact.