Roller-Printed Met Opera Sterling Silver Cufflinks

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Roller-Printed Met Opera Sterling Silver Cufflinks

Created exclusively for the Met Opera Shop, these stunning, sterling silver cufflinks are designed and hand-crafted by LeeAnn Herreid of Individual Icons, using a unique roller-printing process that presses an intricate pattern into the surface.

On September 13, 1966, the Metropolitan Opera opened at its Lincoln Center location. On that illustrious night, the Met’s golden curtain lifted on the first ovation of thousands more to come. This unique cufflink bears a detailed impression of the actual curtain, which is now a treasured artifact of the Metropolitan Opera.

Measuring ¾” with a classic toggle closure, this exquisite cufflink makes a stylish addition to evening and daytime attire.

A Met Opera Shop Exclusive

  • Sterling silver
  • Roller-printed
  • Toggle closure
  • ¾” wide
  • Handcrafted in the USA


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History

About The Metropolitan Opera

Founded in 1883, the Metropolitan Opera moved to its Lincoln Center home in 1966.  

The opera house was designed by Wallace K. Harrison. Five distinctive arches clad in white travertine form the entrance. The lobby is dominated by a cantilevered stairway, two murals by Marc Chagall, and 11 crystal chandeliers resembling constellations or starbursts.

The two paintings by Marc Chagall decorate the front lobby. On the south wall is “The Triumph of Music,” on the north wall is “The Sources of Music.” There are also statues by Aristide Maillol and Wilhelm Lehmbruck.

The crystal chandeliers in both the lobby and auditorium were conceived by Tad Leski of Harrison & Abramovitz and the design developed and fabricated by Hans Harald Rath of J. & L. Lobmeyr of Vienna.

Numerous portraits of great Met artists of the past are on display in Founders Hall, on the lower level of the lobby, and costume and memorabilia displays can be found in several locations in the lobby.
 

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