Category Archives: History

Georg Jensen Cufflinks: An Immortal Tradition

Georg Jensen by Oscar Gundelach Pedersen Denmark Sterling Silver Cufflinks

Georg Jensen is a legendary name in silversmithing and cufflinks, and a master designer dedicated to exceptional craftsmanship. He is not only remembered for his contributions to Art Nouveau and flatware, but for giving opportunities to many other talented designers within his company, even giving them full credit by displaying their names on the handmade […]

Art Nouveau: Redefining Cufflinks to Couture

14K Gold and Diamond Art Nouveau Double Sided Rooster Cufflinks with Box Circa 1910's

Art Nouveau was truly the “new art”  and more significant than a reaction to Academism or fad that bubbled through Victorian restraints. Although, with the death of Queen Victoria it erupted into an era of nature-inspired originality. The form of flowers and symmetry of undulating lines were released from dictated shackles that kept the art […]

Shirt Studs: Bejeweling the Newly Uncovered

Art Deco Larter mother of pearl, platinum inlay rim 4 stud set with matching double sided chain link cuff links in original box circa 1920-30's

We all know that fashion trends change, mold, and morph due to cultural mores or whatever dictates the aesthetics of the day. The placement and number of studs have morphed as much as dress shirts and dresses have, further accommodating the drapery they adorn. These precious accessories are for more than special days such as […]

Where Cufflinks Sit: Art Deco on the Wrists

14K Gold Amethyst Cufflinks and Studs 1

The style that once meant opulence, luxury, and prestige in the early 20th century still draws the present to its rich designs and sharp beauty. Art Deco still resonates with many, even outside of those who endeavor to remain in an aesthetic time period (such as those interested in swing dancing or steampunk lifestyles). Art […]

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