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Art Deco Spider Web Cufflinks

William Huger finely engraved cufflinks. (J9435)

The Spider's Web


A spider's web stretches between the thorny branches of a rose bush.  The edges of these cufflinks are embellished with roses and ribbon-tied laurel branches.  Finely crafted by William Huger & Co. in 14kt gold around 1925.

William Huger finely engraved cufflinks. (J9435)

The yellow gold backs are polished to a mirror-like finish.  The linkage is well constructed with strong cross bars and brackets securing the cufflinks on the cuff.  The sturdy, elegant simplicity of the backs is a pleasing contrast to the intricate details of the fronts.

Close-up of William Huger maker's mark. (J9435)

The cufflinks are marked on the reverse with "14" for the purity of the gold followed by the maker's mark of William Huger & Company (an "H" squeezed in the middle).

William Huger finely engraved cufflinks. (J9435)

William Huger was a maker of elegant cufflinks and other jewels during the early decades of the 20th century.  His workshop is especially known for the beautifully designed, richly detailed cufflinks it created during the Art Deco era. 

Name:  The Spider's Web

Cost:  $685

Measurements:  These 14kt white and yellow gold cufflinks measure just over 5/8" by 7/16".  They weigh a total of 7.2 grams.


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