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Cufflinks by OLIVIER de PERCIN, Gaëtan de Percin was a representative for the Georges Lenfant atelier (1904-1996). In 1938, he founded his atelier with a master hallmark to directly serve Robert Dumas at Hermès and produce the first cult bracelets with "anchor" meshes in silver. His atelier was the first and only one to work silver for the Haute Bijouterie-Joaillerie in the great French luxury houses. Olivier, his son, began his collaboration in 1962, soliciting customers from jewellers and goldsmiths in the retail trade. He was able to attract the most prestigious jewellers 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 and many others. The Ateliers de Percin ceased its activities in 2003.

Pair of silver cufflinks made by Olivier de Percin for HERMÈS


    A pair of solid made cufflinks in 950 silver cufflinks and blue enamel made by Olivier de Percin for HERMÈS



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