All Items : Estate Jewelry : Cufflinks and Accessories : Gold : Pre 1900 item #712684 (stock #gam-34)
This antique pair of decorative collar buttons is in the high Victorian style, 10K gold filled, square chased paisley motif, circa 1896, American; Measurements: 7/8 in diameter; Condition is very good, showing some signs of use, minor wear to plate.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Cufflinks and Accessories : Gold : Pre 1900 item #1217111
A handsome pair of Victorian 14K yellow gold cufflinks, the oval faces set with navette-shaped cabochons of lapis lazuli within surrounding gold borders enhanced with foliate engraving. The lapis is of the finest quality—known as Afghan lapis—with a rich dark violet-blue color. There are very few of the gold-colored flecks of pyrite which actually denote a lower quality of lapis. The faces are attached with arched connectors to bean backs...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Cufflinks and Accessories : Gold : Pre 1900 item #987063
A superb pair of mid-19th century 18K yellow gold, silver and platinum cufflinks set with diamonds and sapphires. The square faces feature collet-set old mine cut diamonds centering intricately pierced quatrefoil motifs bead-set with rose cut diamonds in silver. Rows of channel-set square sapphires radiate outward from the center diamonds toward the rounded corners of the faces...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Cufflinks and Accessories : Gold : Pre 1837 VR item #1191604
A very rare early pair of double-sided cufflinks, the navette-shaped faces centered with Persian turquoise cabochons surrounded by borders of rose cut diamonds set in silver. The faces are joined with 15K yellow gold chains. Diamonds in Georgian jewelry are nearly always set in silver, as they are in this case. The silver’s light color brings out the glitter of the rose cut diamonds and also nicely accents the rich color of the turquoise...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Cufflinks and Accessories : Pre 1700 item #812731
This is a real Ming Dynasty Yong Ler Coin, gilt with gold leaf on one surface only, for pin on tie or coat as the word "Yong Ler" means forever and happy and it is from the Emporaor or era Admiral Cheng Ho set sailed or during the Ming Dynasty great sea voyage that reached Africa...in 15th century