Art Deco cuff links with moonstone, old cut diamonds and carre cut rubies.
Style: Art Deco
Period: ca. 1920
Material: 18K yellow gold
Diamonds: Two old mine brilliant cut diamonds with a total estimated weight of approx. 0.10 crt.
Precious stones: carre cut rubies
Hallmarks: No trace
Country of origin: Although it does not carry any legible control marks we believe this to be of Belgian origin...
Gold estate cuff links with mother of pearl discs.
Period: ca. 1930
Material: 18K yellow gold
Precious stones: mother-of-pearl
Hallmarks: "750" indicating 18K gold
Condition: very good condition
Dimensions: diameter gold disc 1.50 cm (0.59 inch)
Weight: 9.70 gram (6.24 dwt)
Decorative fifties cuff links with mother of pearl, sapphires and brilliants.
Period: ca. 1950
Material: 14K bi-color gold (yellow and white)
Diamonds: Two old mine brilliant cut diamonds with a total estimated weight of approx...
Art Deco cufflinks with rose cut diamonds, pearls and mother of pearl.
Era: Art Deco jewelry (1915-1930) - The Art Deco style is a very famous and popular art movement that had a lot influence in the world of jewelry. Art Deco was introduced in the 1920s as protest against the Art Nouveau style. Art Deco ended in the 1930s. The style emphasized a very abstract design with geometric patterns.
These hexagonal 14Kt tri-color gold cufflinks were made circa 1930. One side of each cufflink is centered by an old-mine diamond, bezel set in pink gold. The hexagon around the center diamond is made of yellow gold, and the outer edge is finely engraved with a branch design made of white gold. The approximate total weight of the two diamonds is 0.12 Ct.
Art Deco bejeweled antique car stickpin set with diamonds.
Era: Art Deco jewelry (1915-1930) - The Art Deco style is a very famous and popular art movement that had a lot influence in the world of jewelry. Art Deco was introduced in the 1920s as protest against the Art Nouveau style. Art Deco ended in the 1930s...
A classic pair of Hermes 18K yellow gold cufflinks in the "Etrier" design. Each hinged end is in the form of a stirrup. The connectors are signed "Hermes", have serial numbers and are fully marked with appropriate French 18K gold marks. Etrier cufflinks in gold are no longer available at Hermes. The same design in sterling silver currently retails for $970. A similar design in gold, but with no moveable parts currently retails for $4750.
Origin: France, ca. 2000. Condition: excellent...
A very fine pair of cufflinks, the faces worked as star-cut frosted rock crystal discs set in platinum borders with engine-turned engraving and centering French-cut blue sapphires. The sapphires have fine, medium violetish-blue color and excellent clarity. The 14K yellow gold connectors match the gold findings on the faces and are stamped with Krementz' 14K mark.
Origin: America, ca. 1910. Condition: excellent. Dimensions: 1/2" diameter. Weight: 5.9 grams...
A very nice pair of Victorian double-faced 14K yellow gold cufflinks, the oval faces set with trios of diamonds, rubies and sapphires. The diamonds are old mine cut, while the sapphires and rubies are cabochons. The colored stones are of very good color and show now indications of heat treatment. The gold surfaces are worked with the slightly matte Russian finish popular for higher quality jewelry of the period...
A substantial pair of 14K yellow gold cufflinks, each of the oval faces inset with a mother-of-pearl plaque centering a bezel-set round brilliant diamond of approximately .6 carat. The outer edges of the faces is finished in a border of small round diamonds. The hinges and either end of the back closures are finished with spessartite garnet cabochons. The diamonds are G color, I1 clarity.
Ca. 2000. Condition: excellent. Dimensions: 13/16" x 5/8". Weight: 18.5 grams...
A heavy pair of 18K yellow gold mesh stirrup-style cufflinks...
An classic pair of French 18K yellow gold baton cufflinks with a most unusual mechanical snap mechanism. The batons have reeded surfaces with plain inset bands at either end. When one of the plain bands is pushed in, a hidden spring mechanism releases the face from its mate. Snap cufflinks were uncommon in France, and this is the first pair we've seen combining the snap with a mechanical action. The cufflinks bear French gold hallmarks and are stamped with an unidentified goldsmith's mark.
An uncommon pair of 14K yellow gold cufflinks in the Retro style. Each face is designed with a sort of stylized buckle motif punctuated with rectangular and semi-circular amethysts. The gems have very intense violet color and excellent clarity. For some reason, cufflinks were rarely designed in an overtly Retro style, and this pair is a refreshing change. Tested and guaranteed 14K.
Origin: America, ca. 1935. Condition: excellent, all original. Dimensions: faces, 1/2 x 1/2". Weight: 6.3 ...
A very fine pair of heavy 18K yellow gold and platinum double-sided cufflinks by David Webb. The round faces are shaped as compressed spheres (imagine an old-fashioned flying saucer) bisected by pairs of parallel raised bars. Each face is centered with a round brilliant blue sapphire bezel-set in platinum. The smaller, back faces are hinged so they can easily be put through a cuff. The gold and platinum have a very elegant brushed texture that contrasts beautifully with the sapphires. The s...
Beautiful, vintage pair of 14k gold and carved bird green jade cufflinks, signed TSL. Wonderful color of jade and carving depicting stylized bird with a long beak. Each cufflink measures 3/4" in diameter. Gold is hallmarked 585 14k TSL. Condition is very good. Weight is 5.6dwt, or 8.7 grams.
Sterling silver, hallmarked "Emma" in the script format she used between 1953-1955. 15 grams sterling silver, .625" square.
These double-sided, oval cuff links are undecorated and in very nice shape. The sides are joined by removable figure-8 bridge bars that are marked sterling. They are probably American-made. Each button measures 5/8 inch by 3/8 inch. Weight: 4.1 grams total
These cuff links feature a delicate geometrical design in pink and blue, hand painted under the glaze on a white ceramic ground. The buttons are framed by sterling embossed rims and are joined by removable sterling figure-eight bridge bars. The glazing leaves tiny gaps in some areas around the edge. They bear the mark of Coddington Bros. and Heilborn, of Attleboro, Mass., and measure ½ inch long by ¼ inch wide. Gross weight: 4.1 grams total