Here is a pair of deceptively simple, timeless cufflinks designed by Henry Pilstrup for Georg Jensen. He was Georg Jensen's first apprentice when the workshop was established in 1904. He rose to become foreman,created many designs, and notably his cufflinks no.59 and 64 have become classics. He remained with the company until 1957. These cufflinks were probably designed in the 1930s, going by the number 54, in the strict Functionalist style, with a double layer of silver, on both the fronts and the backs, oxidised along the edge, as the only decoration.
Condition: Excellent, no visible damage
Marks: 925 S Denmark, Georg Jensen post-45 lozenge logo, 54, as well as Georg Jensen Ltd UK London import marks for 1978
Size: 1.8 cm (0.75") diameter. weigh 7.5gm each
Year: 1930s -1970s