Pair of cufflinks each drawing two "sugarloaf"... - Lot 16 - Vermot et Associés

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Pair of cufflinks each drawing two "sugarloaf"... - Lot 16 - Vermot et Associés
Pair of cufflinks each drawing two "sugarloaf" motifs in silver 925 MM, signed HILARY, hallmarked G.P., weight : 18gr. Collection of cufflinks by OLIVIER de PERCIN, Gaëtan de Percin was a representative for the Georges Lenfant Workshop (1904-1996); In 1938 he created his Workshop and Poinçon de Maître to directly serve Robert Dumas, at Hermès, making the first cult bracelets with silver "anchor" links. His workshop was the first and only one to work with silver for the Haute Bijouterie-Joaillerie within the great French luxury houses. Olivier, his son, began his collaboration in 1962. He was prospecting jewelers and retail jewelers. Their talent and recognized reputation have taken them to the top of the iconic creations and fabrications for most of the Great Houses of the 20th century, such as Asprey, Artus Bertrand, Boivin, Boucheron, Cartier, Céline, Chanel, Chaumet, Dior, Fred, Hermès, Lacloche, Morabito, Alexandre Reza, Tiffany, Vacheron Constantin, Van Clef & Arpels. Les Ateliers de Percin ceased operations in 2003. ,
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