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.
Rectangular panels of mother-of-pearl, vertically incised, set in 9-kt. gold frames fused to sterling silver backings. Each button measures ½ inch long by 5/16 inch wide. The chains are securely attached, and neither the chains nor other attachments show any stress or wear. The cuff links are lightweight, but are sturdily made...
A lovely vintage Art Deco pair of engraved cufflinks in 10k white gold c1920. These 1/2" x 7/16" cufflinks weigh 2.8 grams, they have a JG monogram, and they are in excellent condition with no losses, dents, corrosion, repairs or damage. Tracked packet air shipping is $14.50 (to the US - other spots may vary) - insurance is included. Items paid with a credit card will be shipped to confirmed addresses only. We do ship internationally. All of our prices are in $US...
Rare reverse painted crystal on mother of pearl SCARF RING. Adorable fox terrier, jack russel type. Crystal in excellent condition, painting phenomenal. Mounted in silvertone and goldtone. Measures 1" long, crystal is 5/8" diameter. Would look great around those Hermes scarves!
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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
These cuff links are composed of forged-wire bands that have been hand-formed into pinwheel shapes and anchor bars with curled ends. The anchor bars are marked sterling and are secured to the buttons with a soldered figure-eight link; the cuff links exhibit tool marks from working the silver. They are probably from the 1950s. The pinwheels measure about 11/16 inch across; the anchor bars measure 1 inch long. Weight: 9.7 grams total
A streamlined, classic design of an oval amber mounted in a bezel setting. The cuff links appear hardly worn; the amber exhibits no scratches or other signs of wear. The anchor buttons are undecorated silver; the hinge is in good working order and the bridge bars are secure. They are marked 835 for silver content, with a maker’s mark of a stylized fish, probably for the German firm of Fischlandschmuck. The amber buttons measure ¾ inch by 5/16 inch.
These two-sided 14kt-gold cuff links are decorated with engine-turned engraving on white gold and are edged in yellow gold. The bars on the backs are marked P14K. There is some minor scratching, as shown in the photo. They measure a little over 1/2 inch.
A raised scene of windmills and a seaport decorate this ornate sterling silver money clip. The scene is framed by scrollwork, and the entire design is enhanced by sharp detail. The clip is secure, and the metal shows no signs of stress or serious wear. The back exhibits European silver marks, as yet unidentified, and is most likely from the 1950s-1960s. The clip measures about 2 ¼ inches by 1 1/8 inches. Weight: 18.4 grams
Round two-sided cuff links ringed with inlaid cobalt blue enamel in a scalloped decoration and a central engraved grid pattern. They are well made with a nice heft; connecting rings and bridge bars are secure. Some of the grid pattern has worn off, as shown in the photos. Each button measures 5/8 inch in diameter. There appear to be worn marks on the connecting rings; the bridge bars are marked 800 to indicate silver content. Weight: 8.9 grams total
These elongated silver cuff links are set with cobalt blue spinels, enhanced with an applied silver wire. Each bridge bar is marked for .835 silver; the anchor bars are decorated with engine-turned engraving. All connections and both hinges are intact and show no stress; there is a tiny nick on the underside edge of one cuff link. They date from the 1950s and measure about 1 ½ inches long by ½ inch at the widest part.
A classic design of engine-turned engraved vertical lines and molded edges on the larger, rectangular buttons, the smaller sides ovular with a textured surface. The cuff links are lightweight but well made, and appear to have been hardly worn. The connections and bridge bars are very secure; both bars are marked 835 for silver content with double-struck crabs, apparently to indicate Paris (silver mark used 1838-1962). The maker's mark also appears in a diamond-shaped reserve...
These Mexican cuff links are unmarked but their design featuring a Precolumbian-style figure indicates their origin. They are also marked 980 on the backs of one side, a silver content consistent with Mexican jewelry. They are likely from the 1930s to 1950. The larger button measures ¾ inch in diameter. Total weight: 12.1 grams
A nice pair of sterling silver cufflinks with an subtle Art Deco engraved floral motif. The solid connectors are joined to hinged backs. Each connector is stamped with Polish sterling marks and an unidentified maker's mark.
Origin: Poland, ca. 1986 (the pattern is likely from the 1920s). Condition: excellent; sharp detail; unpolished. Dimensions: 13/16" x 1/2". Weight: 10.6 gr.
These cuff links are composed of sterling silver frames set with colorful pieces of transluscent abalone. They date from the 1930s to the 1950s, with the abalone showing hardly any signs of wear. The two buttons are marked sterling; each measures 5/8 inch long by 3/8 inch wide.
This pair of modernist sterling silver cuff links exhibits a whimsical organic design, typical of the maker, Borresen and Lassen, of Hellerup, Denmark (1954-1965). The tine-like extensions are a bit sharp, but don’t seem to protrude. The soldering at one bridge bar partly obscures the word ‘Denmark’; both bars area very secure. Each cuff link measures 1 1/8 inches long by 1 inch at the widest area. Weight: 15.7 grams total.
Engraved with an elongated diamond pattern on rectangular panels, with ovular anchor links, these 1960s cuff links have a modern, angular look. The bridge bars bear the maker’s mark of Bernhard Hertz, Copenhagen (1936- ). All connections are in good working order; the cuff links show hardly any wear. The rectangular pieces measure 7/8 inch long by ½ inch wide. Weight: 9.2 grams
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.