Antique Vintage Art Nouveau Sterling Silver DLW Monogram Men's Buttons 10.6g. This product description was originally written in English. Please find below an automatic translation in French.If you have any questions, please contact us. We have similar Monogram and Art Nouveau items that would pair well with this piece, for sale this week.
Listing description by: Cait P. Markings: "Sterling" on the back of the cufflinks, tested and guaranteed. Weight in grams: 10.6 grams. Cufflink face: 0.75 in diameter.Convertible to earrings: If desired, your local jeweler can likely convert these cufflinks into earrings. Handmade during the Art Nouveau era. Features chased monograms of what appear to be the initials "DLW.
" Completed with chain link backs. Slight tarnish on the sterling silver gives this piece an antique quality that, in our opinion, is very beautiful. This listing is for the item only. All displays and/or photography accessories are not included with your purchase.
This was very true due to the magnificent designs that came out of this period. This era was centered on women, and the beauty of nature, and pieces were often voluminous. Enamel was a standard material used in Art Nouveau jewelry, as the period was more focused on the importance of design than the materials used to create it.
The Art Nouveau period took place before the start of World War I, when mass production took over the production of many products, including some jewelry. Chasing is a metalworking technique that uses a tool similar to a nail and a hammer to hand-engrave patterns onto a metal surface. This process creates a design that is pushed forward on the surface using indentations, grooves, and channels. Chasing has been around for thousands of years and was a very difficult and time-consuming technique that is still used by blacksmiths today.
Domestic US: All items are shipped within one business day of receiving payment. We do not undervalue packages for customs, please do not ask us to do so. What you pay is what we will ask on your customs form. Please consider this before placing your bid. Chasing is a metalworking technique that uses a tool similar to a nail and.