Kieselstein-Cord Gold Cufflinks

$2,950.00


Kieselstein-Cord
1985
18k gold, glass
19.5 grams
3/4" L x 1/2" W
Maker's marks, 18k gold hallmark, the year of production (1985)

A pair of Kieselstein-Cord 18k gold cufflinks. Cufflinks feature intaglio carved on red glass portraying Medusa figure.
The faces are oval, with bezel set glass. The cufflinks are collectible and suitable for both men and women.

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    About Kieselstein-Cord brand

    Prior to start designing jewelry, Barry Kieselstein-Cord was an acclaimed photographer and art director. He developed his interest in metal colors while being in his teens and experimenting with patina and hues.

    He worked for Georg Jensen for a few years and established his own brand in 1972. Besides jewelry, Kieselstein-Cord designed accessories and home furnishing. Later he added bags to his collection.

    First success came to the brand’s silver pieces. In the late 1907s Barry Cord started to make gold jewelry and add precious stones to his lines. All of that brought him to the international level of recognition.

    The jeweler’s source of inspiration was architecture and nature. It easy to see in his belt buckles collection and the unique geometry of Kieselstein-Cord jewelry pieces. The Crown Heart motif, Vienna and Column are among of the most admired of BKC designs.

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