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
Dashing through the snow- sleeve, this tiny gold tone tack pin is nicely detailed featuring a red enamel hood, circa 1960. Size: 3/4"; Excellent condition.
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”...
Score a strike with that bowler in your life. A vintage silverplate money clip featuring basketweave pattern with a centered bowler, marked C E MIC, circa 1950's. Size: 2"; Condition is like new.
An elegant pair of18K yellow gold Art Nouveau cufflinks set with rose-cut and single-cut diamonds. The cufflinks have a classic design of whiplash curves typical of French jewelry, but the overall appearance is more akin to Russian cufflinks of the era. Indeed, the cufflinks are stamped with French import marks. The diamonds have good color and brilliance against the bloomed texture of the gold setting...
A nice pair of vintage 18K yellow gold stirrup cufflinks. Unlike most stirrup cufflinks that have a rounded triangular shape, this pair has a severe angled shape that heightens the Art Deco appeal of the design. This type of cufflink was first popularized by Cartier in the late 1940s and remained popular in France through the mid-century. The surfaces are decorated with bright-cut engraving...
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.
Circa 1961 Men's formal tie clip and cufflinks with Shriner fraternal plaques. This set is of high quality and in very fine condition with the exemption of small blemishes to the black glass plaques which are not very noticeable when worn. The tie clip measures 2 3/4" wide and each plaque is 1" wide by 6/8" high. The tie clips each have a patent date of 2,974,391.
A handsome pair of Retro 18K yellow gold cufflinks, the faces bordered with an interesting detail that resembles coil springs. The plain gold bar in the middle of each face could be monogrammed, but fortunately, they never were. Each cufflink is fully stamped with French 18K gold hallmarks and an unidentified master goldsmith’s mark.
Origin: France, ca. 1935. Condition: excellent, all original. Size: faces, 7/16” 3/8”. Weight: 6.9 grams.
A handsome pair of Victorian 14K yellow gold double-sided cufflinks, the faces set with cabochon agates. The variety of agate is called “landscape agate” because the colors and markings resemble painted landscapes. These particular stones suggest colorful sunsets behind wooded landscapes. The bezel settings are finished with fine millegraining. The connectors are marked 14K and have an unknown American maker’s mark.
Origin: America, ca. 1890. Condition: excellent...
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
An attractive pair of Scandinavian .835 silver cufflinks, the oval faces set with amber cabochons with silver ropework borders. The amber is a light orangey-honey color with excellent clarity. The solid connectors are marked only “835” for the silver content and “3” for a pattern number.
Origin: Scandinavian or Baltic region, ca. 1970. Condition: excellent. Size: 3/4” x 19/32”. Weight: 10.5 grams.
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.
This Hickok silver tone mother of pearl cuff links /cufflinks with a bridge connector are 1/2" in diameter. All 4 faces are the same. They have a decorative outer edge with a gray/brown mother of peal center. They are in excellent condition.
Vintage with a modern flair describes this set of four waist coat/shirt studs, each featuring a lustrous round mother of pearl framed in a white gold pin dot border, made by The J E Caldwell & Co. The back of each stud is 14k yellow gold comprising a spring-load bar. This stud set weighs 8.8 grams. The face measures 5/8 in. diameter. Excellent condition.
This is a vintage pair of round gold tone abalone toggle back cuff links having a twisted rope border, the shell with beautiful coloration in shades of magenta and green, marked inside connector PAT. 2.149.132; Measures 3/4 in long, 1/2 in. dia. Condition is excellent.
A handsome pair of 18K yellow gold cufflinks in a modified oval stirrup (“etrier”) style. Stirrup cufflinks, originally popularized by Cartier in the Art Deco era, are typically triangular in shape. The oval version, with its concealed hinge and clasp mechanisms, creates a seamless band of gold around the cuff for a very striking look. The surfaces are accented in a severely geometric ridged pattern...
A handsome pair of Edwardian yellow gold cufflinks, the faces formed from barbell-shaped batons of green serpentine. The stone has an attractive semi-opaque pale green color flecked with black specks. Serpentine was often used as a substitute for jade. The gold backs are marked “9Ct”.
Origin: England, ca. 1900. Condition: excellent. Size: faces, 7/8" long. Weight: 4.8 grams.