An extraordinarily fine pair of late Victorian or early Edwardian 18K yellow gold cufflinks, the faces in the form of navette-shaped buttons carved from crystal opal. The faces are accented with silver “stitches”, each accented with a five small rose cut diamonds. The opals have clear body color and the play-of-color is predominantly shades of green and blue with occasional flecks of orangy-red. The faces are connected by gold chains to gold torpedo backs...
A very heavy pair of 18K yellow gold stirrup (étrier) cufflinks retailed by famed New York jeweler Olga Tritt. Stirrup (étrier) cufflinks were popularized by Cartier in the 1940s and have appeared in many variations since. This pair is unusual because of the gold mesh sides and the unusual decorative shape of the crossbar. The cufflinks are marked with indistinct French master goldsmith’s marks. We have had an identical pair once before, in their original fitted Olga Tritt box...
Formed as a dollar sign, this money clip is of a high quality in terms of thickness and workmanship. It bears the mark of R. Blackinton & Co., of North Attleboro, MA. This particular mark was reportedly used 1900-1967, so the piece is dated conservatively. There is also a number, 2555 H, on the back. The clip has a warm patina, indicating some age, but very few signs of wear. There is a tiny imperfection at the bottom of the dollar sign, from either an impact of some kind or a manufacturing flaw...
A handsome pair of Art Deco sterling silver cufflinks, the faces decorated with an applied vine and berry motif slightly reminiscent of Jensen's "Blossom" pattern. The faces are joined by solid connectors to the hinged backs that are simply decorated with scored parallel lines. The connectors are marked "930S/Sterling" and have the maker's mark "W. KR".
Origin: Scandinavia, probably Denmark or Norway, ca. 1940. Size: 23/32" x 17/32". Weight: 14.5 grams.
Handsome and elegant vintage tie bar. This tie bar features a two tone rolled gold double knot flank by two garnet and suspended by chain from the tie bar. It is signed " CORRECT QUALITY " and has patent number 2.11.166 which dates from 1938. It is in fine condition and is sure to draw attention when worn!!! The tie bar measures 2 3/8" accross.
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.
Ca 1950 A handsome pair of gold plate and silver cuff links marked Anson in their original box. The tie clip was lost some time ago. The treated burlap box has light staining.
Interesting vintage pair of 14K yellow gold cufflinks, the faces set with detailed medallions depicting a Native American above black onyx plaques. The edges are finished in a classic ropetwist motif. The backs are marked "14K."
Origin: America, ca. 1950. Condition: very good, sharp detail; the toggle mechanism on one link is slightly bent, but does not affect functionality and is not visible when being worn. Size: 15/16" diameter. Weight: 20.25 grams.
A set of three classic 14K yellow gold and mother of pearl shirt studs by Larter. The mother of pearl has particularly nice iridescent coloring. The simple design allows them to be worn with a variety of cufflinks, as well. Each stud is marked 14K and has the Larter hallmark.
Origin: America, ca. 1910. Condition: excellent. Dimensions: 1/2" diameter. Weight: 5.7 grams.
Exceptional workmanship for an exceptional guy, these large square abalone shell and nickel silver toggle back cufflinks were handcrafted in Mexico, circa 1930, beautiful coloration, marked TAXCO, ALPACA and #3 mark of alpaca silver. Size: 7/8"; Condition: minor wear.
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.
Relive the spirit of the roaring twenties with this fabulous 14Kt yellow gold dramatic cigarette holder with the original black mouth piece. The total length with the mouth piece is 4.5” long.
Fabulous hefty bulls get the golden touch in 14K yellow gold. Handcrafted and highly detailed, these toggle back cufflinks weigh almost an ounce, circa 1940, marked 14k PAT. Weight: 29.2g; Size: 1"x 1/4"; Condition is excellent.
A handsome pair of double-sided cufflinks featuring oval carnelian cabochons simply set in 14K yellow gold mountings. The carnelians have exceptionally rich color and translucency, creating a particularly striking look. Each cufflink is stamped "585" for 14K and also with an unidentified European maker's mark "FA".
- Origin: Continental Europe, ca. 1940.
- Dimensions: faces, 1/2" x 11/16".
- Weight: 9.5 grams.
- Condition: excellent.
Elegant pair of 14k yellow gold and dark red enamel cuff-links. These, circa 1970's cufflinks are in excellent pre-owned condition, measuring 7/8" x 3/4". Weight is 15.18 grams.
I found this as a lot of men's jewelry and decided to leave it that way, even though there is a pair of cuff links in the lot that I have seen bring $500 or more. But, I will get to that in a minute. The brown leather box was made in England and you can read its funny saying in one of the pictures...
This is an eye catching vintage set of 18K yellow gold and diamond oval shaped bean back cufflinks in the Victorian style, with beautiful paisley repousse design, C. 1900, unmarked but tests 18K. Weight: 4.3g: Size: 5/8" x 1/2"; Excellent condition
A handsome pair of 14k yellow gold cufflinks, the faces set with Essex crystals depicting dogs (definitely terriers, and most likely fox terriers). The dogs are colorfully painted on the reverse-carved crystal and set against mother of pearl backgrounds. The cufflinks are finished with toggle backs. The toggles are stamped “14K” and have a patent number, indicating the patent was still active when the cufflinks were made.