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Krementz Lion Cufflinks

Krementz roaring lion cufflinks. (J9031)

Roaring Lions!

A fierce lion glares out from behind a golden mane.  The lion is richly detailed with a full mane, whiskers and fierce eyes.  A nice example of the beautifully sculpted cufflinks of the years around 1900.  Created by Krementz & Company in 14kt gold, circa 1900.

Krementz roaring lion cufflinks. (J9031)

These cufflinks have a surprise.  Like the fronts, the backs are
also decorated with a dramatic roaring lion.

Krementz roaring lion cufflinks. (J9031)

The backs of Victorian cufflinks were often left unfinished or occassionally engraved with the owner's initials.  As a result the backs looked plain and uninspired.  To remedy this, around 1900 Krementz & Company created a beautiful series of cufflinks with decorated backs.  Like these regal lions, the cufflinks reflected the themes favored during late Victorian and Art Nouveau periods.

Krementz roaring lion cufflinks. (J9031)

The cufflinks are well constructed.  The tops are attached to the decorated backs with sturdy "crow foot" bridges.  The elegance and simplicity of the design is mirrored in the maker's attention to finish and small details.

Krementz roaring lion cufflinks. (J9031)

The bridges are stamped with the maker's mark of Krementz & Company - a stylized collar button.  The maker's mark is seen just to the right of the "14K" gold purity mark.  Founded in 1866, Krementz created elegant cufflinks and dress sets during the Victorian era and first half of the 20th century.

Name:  Roaring Lions

Cost:  Although these elegant cufflinks have sold,  you will find many more fine cufflinks in the Antique Cufflink Gallery.

Measurements:  These 14kt gold cufflinks weigh a total of  5.0 grams.  The oval tops measure   11/16" by  1/2" wide.

Fierce lions were often featured in gentleman's jewelry of the late Victorian era.
The  leonine stickpin  below is another regal example.

Victorian lion and pearl stickpin. (J9012)

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