A classic pair of very high quality 14K yellow gold double-faced cufflinks by Carrington. Each pair has one face centered with a round cut sapphire and another face with a old European cut diamond, both surrounded by a lightly engraved border. The quality of the stones is very good. The diamonds are graded at H color, VVS2 clarity and the sapphire are vivid violet-blue with eye clean clarity. The back of each face is marked with Carrrington's hallmark.
Origin: America, ca. 1920...
A fine pair of Art Deco 14K yellow gold double-sided cufflinks, the octagonal faces decorated in black and white opaque champlevé enamel. The cufflinks have a very graphic appeal. The backs are stamped with the 14K hallmark for George O. Street & Sons, one of New York’s leading manufacturing jewelers and a supplier of cufflinks and other jewelry to Tiffany & Co. The backs are marked with Street’s 14K hallmark.
Origin: America, ca. 1925...
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.
Interesting set of antique metal blazer buttons, featuring quail heads, on original card. Marked “JW Bishop” on reverse. Three large buttons measure 7/8”; four sleeve buttons measure 5/8”. Wear overall.
A handsome pair of double sided cufflinks 14K gold pair with rounded square slightly concave medium gray iridescent abalone pearl set in a white gold leaf or wreath design around the edges with yellow gold backs and findings.
Marks: 14K YG WG with the shirt stud logo for Larter - maker of fine gentlemen's jewelry - although anyone could wear these.
14mm across x 1.5mm thick
6 grams weight
Color: Medium gray...
A superb pair of Art Deco 18K yellow gold cufflinks, the front faces decorated with champleve translucent red and opaque black enamels around central reserves of engine-turned engraving in a herringbone pattern. The geometric design of the enamel work is distinctively Art Deco. The red enamel is built up in a thick application to create the appearance of three-dimensional jewels. The backs are designed as faceted batons with tapered ends. The faces are connected by removable connectors...
A pair of double-sided cufflinks, the faces fashioned from navette-shaped plaques of lapis lazuli simply set in 14K yellow gold. The coloring is very even, with no hint of white in the stone. The lapis has an unusual matte finish which provides a sophisticated look. Tested and guaranteed 14K.
Origin: America, ca. 1920. Condition: excellent. Dimensions: 5/16” x 11/16”. Weight: 7.6 gr.
Octagonal, with engraved decorative borders and floral motifs surrounded by bars of black enamel, these 1920s cuff links are both classic and traditional. The enamel is in excellent condition, despite Despite some minor surface wear, despite some minor surface wear. The cufflinks are well made, and bear the mark of W.G. Clark & Co., of North Attleboro, Mass. Bridge bars and connections are secure and show no signs of stress. Each button measures ½ inch across. Weight: 5.4 grams total
A very fine pair of Art Deco cufflinks, the front faces comprising carved natural green jadeite discs edged in black enamel. The jade plaques, with bright grass green coloring with moderate mottling and translucency, are carved in a traditional stylized floral motif. The faces are connected to yellow gold backs engraved with concentric rings in a target pattern. The front and back faces are constructed with identical structural elements, so they are entirely original...
With their centers of crossed silver wire, these 1920s cuff links have the look of stitched buttons. They feature mother-of-pearl discs with black enamel dotted borders. They bear European silver marks on the back, and though they are hard to make out, they likely indicate .800 silver. Each button measures ½ inch in diameter; they have sturdy bridge chains. Gross weight: 6.9 grams
These two-sided engraved sterling cuff links are composed of discs decorated with a center shield with space for initials, on an engine-turned background. They are attached by secured oblong loops and each disc is marked sterling on the back. Each side measures just over 1/2 inch in diameter. Weight: 7.4 grams total
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...
This is an elegant pair of vintage 10K yellow gold double-sided cuff links, each with a centered diamond in a stylized square, circa 1910, marked on joiner 10K. Weight: 3.6g; Size: 1/2"; Condition is excellent.
A handsome pair of early Art Deco double-faced cufflinks in 14K yellow gold enhanced with black champleve enamel. The faces are decorated with engine-turned engraving in a striped pattern surrounded by enameled borders. The faces are attached with bar connectors, stamped with 14K hallmarks for an unidentified maker.
- Origin: America, ca. 1920
- Condition: excellent, no enamel damage or monograms
- Dimensions: faces, 9/16" diameter
- Weight: 8.0 grams
A very attractive pair of Art Deco cufflinks featuring sugarloaf cabochons of moss agate (“dendritic agate”) in simple 14K gold collet settings. The agates have a very nice pattern of wispy green inclusions against a creamy translucent background. The connectors are marked “14K” and have an unidentified maker’s mark.
- Origin: America, ca. 1925
- Dimensions: faces, 9/16” x 9/16”
- Condition: excellent, all original
- Weight: 11.0 grams
An attractive pair of 9/16" diameter unsigned chrome plated cufflinks with abalone shell inserts. The inserts have a nice smoky grey colour with red and green flash; they are free-back (loop-link) and they are in excellent original condition with no chips, cracks, dents, bends, losses, damage or repairs other than some minor surface spotting to the chrome on the backs...
This lovely pair of art deco cuff links has a formal look, the result of a black mother-of-pearl background. Each eight-sided button is framed by an embossed white metal rim; the centers are set with tiny faux seed pearls. The backs and bridges are gilded, and bear the block-letter mark for Krementz, of Newark, NJ. Each button measures 1/2 inch wide.
A cigar smokers must have is this 14Kt yellow gold cigar cutter from the 1920’s. According to the makers mark it was patented in 1902. The width is 15/16” the length is 2 1/8” closed, and 2 5/8” in the open position.