Attractive Victorian 14K yellow gold double-faced cufflinks. Each face is in a figure-eight shape enclosed in an outer oval border. Collet-set Persian turquoise cabochons center each face. The faces are joined by chains. Indistinctly hallmarked. Tested and guaranteed at least 14K.
Condition: excellent, all original
Dimensions: 5/8” x 7/16”
Weight: 9.5 grams.
A very attractive pair of Victorian 14K yellow gold bean-back cufflinks finished in the softly bloomed “Russian” finish popular in pieces from the Art Nouveau era. The oval faces are simply finished with a beaded border and are star-set with small round brilliant cut rhodolite garnets. The stones have a very pleasing strongly purplish-red hue, easily mistaken for ruby. The backs are marked “14K”.
Origin: America, ca. 1900. Condition: excellent. Size: 3/4” x 9/16”...
These double-sided sterling silver cuff links feature bold embossed floral edges around elongated buttons. They are late 19th century and well constructed with securely soldered bridge links, which are marked sterling. They are most likely American. Each side measures a little over 3/4 inch long by 3/16 inch at the widest part. Weight: 4.6 grams total
Here is a pair of late 19th-century two-sided cuff links, by a preeminent American maker, decorated with scrolling and undecorated reserves on the oval buttons. All links and connectors are secure; the bridge bars are marked sterling and bear the mark of Larter and Sons, Newark, NJ. The oblong sides measure ¾ inch long and the oval sides measure ½ inch long by 3/8 inch wide. Weight: 5.2 grams total.
Desirable double sided sterling silver ornate cufflinks. Chased engraved unmonogrammed cuff links cufflinks stamped STERLING on the neck connecting each 3/4" X 1/2" ovals.
One is stationary the other flips. 1/2 inch between the two on narrower side. No issues, some one may have once dipped them in antitarnish. Still lots of darkening on the chased stamped fronts. Super pre owned condition!
$11 USPS Priority Mail/Ins/Track or FREE with USA CK or USPS MO...
A very fine pair of Victorian figural cufflinks worked in 14K yellow gold. The front faces are in the shape of ceremonial Scottish halberds. The shafts are set with round and antique cushion cut rubies and the heads are set with rose-cut diamonds. The rubies have nicely saturated color that contrasts well with the glitter of the diamonds. The rubies show no indications of heat treatment and their internal characteristics suggest they are of Burmese origin...
A handsome pair of 14K yellow gold cufflinks, the faces fashioned as ornate batons. Each of batons has a lobed device at each end similar to the head on a 16/17th century Ottoman ceremonial mace used to connote that the bearer carried the full authority of the Sultan Khan. Tested and guaranteed 14K.
Origin: America, ca. 1890. Condition: excellent, sharp detail. Dimensions: batons, 1-1/4" long. Weight: 10.4 grams.
Very nice Victorian sterling silver doubled-faced cufflinks decorated with Classical medallions in the Shiebler style. The medallions depict are Greek in style and depict and adult man and a youth in profile. The backgrounds are stippled and the edges are beveled and irregularly shaped to suggest antiquity. The backs are marked "Sterling".
Origin: America, circa 1880. Condition: excellent, very sharp detail. Size: approximately 7/8" diameter. Weight: 12.5 grams.
A pair of Victorian shell shaped silver plated collar buttons. This unusual pair dates to the 1880s and they are in the form of clam or scallop shells. These 7/8 x 13/16" buttons are in very good original condition with no dents, monograms, bends, corrosion, losses, damage or repairs other than some minor wear showing brass on the highest points and some minor bending to the circular retainer on one shell...
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 nice, early pair of cuff links from Newark, NJ, maker Krementz and Co. The 14kt gold oblong buttons have a recessed floral design, embedded with white, blue and yellow vitreous enamel. There is very minor wear to the enamel, visible only through magnification. The bridge bars are secure and exhibit no stress or wear; they bear the Krementz mark of 14 K. with an impressed collar button...
handsome Victorian swivel fon: one side is bloodstone, and the other is a similar dark hardstone (I haven't yet identified it!). Metal band encasing the fob is marked 9K; the housing is gold filled. Measures 1" by 7/8". Condition is very good.
Here are a pair of late 19th-century oval cuff buttons decorated with horseshoes of inlaid dyed black onyx. They are probably American; the round backs show a sterling mark and possible maker’s mark for Ludwig, Redlich & Co. of New York. The surface exhibits the warm patina of considerable age, but the inlay shows no loss. The backs are well soldered and secure. Each oval button measures about ¾ inch long by ½ inch wide. Weight: 5.2 grams total
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
Oval, with rolled edges, engraved and etched with a scrolled, leafy motif. The buttons are connected by sturdy bridge chains. The cuff links were made by J. & R. Griffin Ltd., of Birmingham, bearing Chester hallmarks for 9kt gold and the year 1925. They measure about 3/4 inch long by 1/2 inch wide. Weight: 3.8 grams total
Graduate groom or father will look elegant wearing these antique cufflinks: Cuff buttons Vintage Antique Victorian Black 'Onyx' or French 'Jet' rounded rectangle glass set in rose color goldfilled.
The center chased leaf looks 15K with a 1.5mm baroque pearl. 13/16 X 9/16 with a 1/2" round back section.
View images 2 and 3 for more info and detail. Very good pre owned wearable condition. f-bo-a...
Good-luck charm, a gilt-metal horseshoe pin with garnets, Victorian, late 19th century. Height of horseshoe "¾ / 1.8 cm. Condition: fine. Price: $60, including worldwide shipping & insurance
Very nice pair of Victorian 14K gold cufflinks in the Arts & Crafts or Aesthetic style. The simple engraved decoration of the gold faces, suggestive of a Celtic design, is typical of jewelry in the Aesthetic taste, as is the use of matrix gemstones such as turquoise. These stones were valued more for their appearance than for their intrinsic worth--another characteristic of Aesthetic jewelry. The back faces are plain gold...