A very fine pair of 18K yellow gold double-faced cufflinks, each face decorated with opaque black and red champlevé enamel. The severity of the chevron design contrasts nicely with slightly bowed sides of the faces and provides a compelling Art Deco look. The connectors are stamped with French hallmarks.
Origin: France, ca. 1920. Condition: excellent, no chips to enamel. Dimensions: 5/8 x 7/16 in. Weight: 7.3 grams.
An exceptionally fine and very heavy pair of 18K yellow gold cufflinks, the faces cast and hand-pierced in an ornate design of a mythological griffin. More properly, the creature is a Basilisk with the body of a serpent and the head and wings of an eagle. Deatailed scales and feathers are engraved for added interest. The back faces are worked in a laurel pattern. The quality of workmanship is so superb that even the back side of each face is entirely engraved to match the front...
A heavy pair of Art Deco 14K yellow gold cufflinks, the oval faces simply enhanced with parallel line engraving and joined by an ingenious swivel mechanism. We’ve never before seen this particular form of closure. The faces are slightly convex rather than being entirely flat, thus accounting for the unexpectedly heavy weight. The cufflinks are stamped with “585” for 14K gold and with French import marks...
A very attractive pair of silver cufflinks inlaid with various hardstones by noted Navajo artist Jim Harrison. The curved faces are inlaid with turquoise, coral, lapis, sugilite, onyx and malachite in a contemporary interpretation of timeless Navajo designs. Harrison is considered a pioneer of contemporary Native America inlaid jewelry and his work is held in several museum collections. Each cufflink is signed "Jim Harrison" and is marked "Sterling".
Origin: America (New Mexico), ca. 1990...
An unusual pair of Art Deco cufflinks, the faces featuring cabochon cut aventurine glass (goldstone) set in 18K yellow gold bezels. The faces are connected by gold chains to torpedo backs, also worked in aventurine glass. Aventurine glass was invented in Venice in the 1600s, and enjoyed a resurgence of popularity in the 1920s. The mountings are stamped with French 18K gold marks and an unidentified maker's mark.
Origin: Europe, ca. 1930. Condition: excellent; all original...
Measurements: CUFFLINKS: 5/8" square x 1/4" - TIE CLIP: 1 1/2" x 1/8" x 5/16" - WEIGHT: Links: 13.8 grams - Tie Clip: 8.2 grams
While these cuff links and tie clip are very similar visually, they are signed differently. The cuff links are marked "AJ" Sterling, Taxco, Eagle mark #3. The tie clip is marked 925 Taxco. See photo #5 for the name on the tie clip which I had trouble deciphering.
As with all of my vintage pieces, the cuff links and tie clip were photographed unpolished.
An interesting pair of dark salmon coral cufflinks. The front and backs are joined with gold chains. The color is completely natural and is NOT a bright red. In excellent condition, the larger pieces measure about 3/4” long.
A fine pair of Japanese 19th Century Meiji period menuke cufflinks. One depicts a figure with a dog, and the other is a figure with a rooster. The tops are mixed metal, gold and copper on silver. The backs are marked silver. The tops date c. 1890 and the sterling toggle backs are later. Condition is excellent. Length: 1 1/4", Width: 1/2", Weight: 14 grams
German Enamel Cufflinks of Cobalt squares 3/4" x 3/4" with fine cloisonne wire following the square shape to the center. Plating is immaculate- never worn. Marked on back of each cufflink: BUNGE. A great pair to add to any collection!
A fine pair of Hematite toggle back cufflinks with 14K gold and sterling silver borders. The toggles are marked 925 & 14K. The cufflinks have a nice cabochon hematite in the center. (much reflection in the photograph). There are three matching studs. The diameter of the cufflinks is just under 3/4". The studs are 1/2" in diameter. The set weighs 24.3 grams and is in excellent condition.
A fine pair of vintage cufflinks, simple in design, with two cabochon polished bezel set onyx ovals. The bezels test 14K and they are connected by 14K gold chains. (tested, not marked). Dimensions: Length: 9/16", Width: 7/16" , Weight: 7.5 grams. Condition is excellent.
This is a tie clip and cufflinks by Swank, the kind that were used during the 1950s and early 1960s before men quit wearing shirts and ties so much. The set is silver colored and has a rather plain pattern, but is very classic looking. The tie clip is 2"long which is about standard, and the cuff links are each 1" in diameter. They are in very good condition, and all three pieces are marked Swank.
From the Marc Navarro Gallery's collection!! HIGHLY collectible,Highly sought after artist Fred Davis..If you are a lover & collector of anything coming out of the Old Mexico Silver Renaissance days,then this is a period artist of great interest! Imagine,how sophisticated these would look with a great shirt!! From my professional experience,I would say these are from the 1930's...
Wonderful pair of genuine signed mid century Mikimoto pearl cufflinks. Rounded square design with inlay of abalone and atop a central perfect white creamy pearl. Simple and Elegant! Nacre and luster as you would expect from Mikimoto. Cuffs measure 1/2" x 1/2" square, have T bar swivel and are marked clearly on both cufflinks appropriately: K. MIKIMOTO, TOKYO, Clam shell stamp with M and SILVER. Weight is 7 grams...
A vintage pair of sterling silver hand made cufflinks and matching tie tack with applied Tiger's Eye spheres. Includes original paperwork certifying genuine gemstones dated 1969. Cufflinks measure 3/4" long and 1/2" across, marked sterling on the toggles. Tie tack measures almost 1" across and is marked sterling on the back. Dark patina. Well made and great brutalist design.
Fine 14K Gold and lapis lazuli toggle back cufflinks dating c. 1970. Condition is excellent and they are marked 14K. Dimensions: Length: 3/4", Width 3/8",
Weight: 15.2 g.
Georg Jensen sterling silver cufflinks with a matching tie clasp. The pieces are marked with the post 1945 mark. Condition is excellent. Dimensions: Cufflinks: Length: 1/2", Width 5/8", Tie Clip: Length: 2 1/4", Width: 1/4",
Cufflinks: 18.2 grams, Tie Clip: 8.7 grams.
A lovely Art Nouveau sterling clothes brush, 5 1/2" X 3/4". It is marked F & B for the Theo. W. Foster & Bro. Company of Providence RI. The company was incorporated under that name in 1898 and was among the largest manufacturers of jewelry & sterling silver vanity goods in the Art Nouveau period. Circa 1900-1910.