Guilloché enamel purple

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Guilloché enamel is a technique popularized in the 1880s by Peter Carl Fabergé, best known for his Fabergé eggs, in which a surface is engraved with an intricate repeating pattern and then covered with glass enamel. This sunburst pattern reflects light through the purple enamel in different ways depending on the angle.

Guilloché fell out of favor with cuff link makers around the 1950s. To our knowledge, we are the only contemporary producers.
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Material Sterling silver, glass enamel
Size 14 mm diameter