The Elegant Cufflink, your blue enamel cufflink experts. (J9227) The Elegant Cufflink home page Antique and Vintage Jewelry Galleries Antique and Vintage Cufflink Gallery Purhasing an estate jewel.

Regal Blue Enamel Cufflinks

Whiteside & Blank blue guilloche enamel and diamond cufflinks. (J9227)

Elegant Jazz!

Regal blue enamels rest above an engraved pattern of jazzy, zigzag lines. In the center a diamond sparkles in a platinum setting. All surrounded by a border of golden pendant swags which add a touch of classical elegance to these exquisite cufflinks. Created by Whiteside & Blank in 14kt gold, circa 1910.

Whiteside & Blank blue guilloche enamel and diamond cufflinks. (J9227)

The backs of these cufflinks are as finely crafted as the fronts.  Note the sturdy cruciform framework that helps protect the enamel work and provide a sturdy base for the brackets and cross bars.   The strong cross bars and brackets help assure that these elegant cufflinks will remain securely on the cuff.

Close-up of Whiteside & Blank maker's mark. (J9227)

The maker's mark of Whiteside & Blank,  a crescent pierced by an arrow,  is stamped on the reverse of the cufflinks.  To the right of the maker's mark "14" is stamped to indicate to the purity of the gold.

Whiteside & Blank blue guilloche enamel and diamond cufflinks. (J9227)

Whiteside & Blank was founded in 1890 and created elegant cufflinks, stickpins and other jewels during the late 1900s and early years of the 20th century.  The firm was especially known for the quality of its enamel work.  As a bit of jewelry trivia,  one of the founders, Henry Blank,  was a survivor of the sinking of the Titanic in 1912.

Name:  Elegant Jazz

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

Measurements:  These 14kt gold cufflinks measure just under 3/4" by 1/2". They weigh 10.2 grams in total.

Reference:  The enameling technique employed to create these beautiful cufflinks is known as "guilloche enameling".  To learn more about this exacting and difficult technique please visit  Art of the Enameler - Guilloche Cufflinks".

Here are a few more elegant cufflinks from the past ...

William Huger finely engraved cufflinks. (J9435) Krementz writhing serpent cufflinks. (J9284) Carter, Gough Art Deco bloodstone cufflinks. (CL9613)

Antique Jewelry Gallery     Antique Cufflink Gallery

If you have any questions, suggestions or comments, I can be reached at
978 525-8951  or

Or, if you prefer snail mail, my postal address is:

Arthur Anderson
PO Box 1448
Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA

© Copyright Arthur Anderson
2014  -  2024 All Rights Reserved