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Achelous Cufflinks
Achelous Cufflinks
Achelous Cufflinks
Achelous Cufflinks
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Achelous Cufflinks

V&A - The Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Item Ref: VA06551
Our price: £25.39



V&A Jewellery: Achelous Range - In Greek mythology Achelous was a god often depicted simply as a bearded mask. This design is taken from a necklace with that motif by Carlo Giuliano, London, circa 1865. All items in this range are 24ct matt gold-plated. 

This piece is inspired from an object in The Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

 

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