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.
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
An extraordinary pair of Art Deco cufflinks, the faces comprising rectangular black onyx plaques centered with 1/2-carat round brilliant-cut diamonds in collet settings. The ends of the onyx tablets are finished with highly polished rounded platinum shoulders with ridged decoration. This same decorative element appears on the baton backs. The diamonds are of exceptional quality with strong fire. The color is estimated at E/F and the clarity at VVS1...
"Lucky eights" appear on these vintage pinwheel circle silver tone cufflinks in the right light. American made, circa 1970, unmarked. Size: 1 3/4" Dia. Condition is perfect.
This is a classic vintage eight piece abalone and silver pair of cufflinks & stud set in box, mid century. This dress set includes cufflinks, three shirt studs and three collar studs, the abalone set in white metal decorated bezels, unmarked, . Measurements: Cufflinks- 1/2" diameter, Studs-3/8" dia, Collar- 3/16" dia. Great condition.
This Swank Deco brown designer cuff links, cufflinks & tie tac are circa 1950. They are in excellent condition.
This is a fine pair of antique elongated oval shaped chalcedony and sterling silver double-sided cufflinks. The stones have a beautiful white opalescent color, marked on back STERLING, circa early 20th century; Measurements: 3/4 in. long. Condition is excellent.
A most unusual and attractive dress set comprising a pair of double-sided cufflinks and three shirt studs, the faces featuring bezel-set lapidary cabochon amethysts. The amethysts have good, even color and the faceting adds a bit of sparkle. Each piece is stamped "14K".
Origin: America, ca. 1900. Condition: excellent. Dimensions: cufflink faces, 7/16" diameter; stud faces, 5/16" diameter. Weight: 8.7 grams. Approximate Total Amethyst Weight: 23.58 carats.
A nice, early pair of cuff links from Newark, NJ, maker Krementz and Co. The 14kt gold oblong buttons have a recessed floral design, embedded with white, blue and yellow vitreous enamel. There is very minor wear to the enamel, visible only through magnification. The bridge bars are secure and exhibit no stress or wear; they bear the Krementz mark of 14 K. with an impressed collar button...
A terrific pair of 14K yellow gold cufflinks, each fashioned as a pair of ridged spheres topped with round sapphires. The gemstones have a nice medium-light violet-blue color that contrasts nicely with the gold. Tested and guaranteed 14K.
Origin: America, ca. 1940. Condition: excellent. Size: 3/4" x 7/16". Weight: 6.4 grams. Approximate Total Gemstone Weight: .392 carat.
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
A handsome pair of Art Deco multistone cufflinks, the emerald cut green tourmaline, amethyst, yellow citrine and orange citrine simply set in yellow gold bezels. The stones have rich, even coloring, excellent brilliance and very good clarity. The faces and removable connectors are stamped with an unidentified maker's mark "MV in a hexagon" and "585" for 14K.
Origin: Continental Europe, ca. 1930. Condition: excellent, all original. Dimensions: 17/32" x 7/16". Weight: 10.2 grams...
Looking like the Skull and Idol Face Mask motifs popular in Mexican November 2nd celebrations, stamped "Sterling" on the cufflink mounting yet the fronts do not test so!
3/4 X 3/4" deep...
A very heavy pair of 18K yellow gold stirrup cufflinks retailed by famed New York jeweler Olga Tritt. Stirrup or “étrillé” cufflinks were popularized by Cartier in the 1940s and have appeared in many variations since. This pair is unusual because of the width of the gold mesh and their relative weightiness. The closing mechanism is a bit more decorative than most, even though it can’t be seen when the cufflinks are in place...
A very fine pair of double-sided cufflinks by Seaman Schepps. Each of the faces is made from a single blue sapphire that has been tumbled rather than faceted, and then set in a framework of curling gold wirework. The setting is substantial, yet its delicacy allows the rich violet-blue color and internal characteristics of the sapphires to take center stage. Schepps was among the earliest of American jewelry designers to use cabochon and tumbled stones as primary gemstones...
A terrific pair of Art Deco double-sided cufflinks in 14K yellow and white gold by Avedon. The front faces feature a white gold circle engraved in a pattern of off-center concentric circles surrounded by a yellow gold border. The yellow gold back faces are decorated in a matching pattern of concentric circles. The cufflinks are extremely heavy and are very well made. The connectors are marked “Avedon” and “14K”.
Origin: America, ca. 1940. Condition: excellent, all original...
This is a chunky vintage Native American Indian sterling silver rectangular money clip having an abstract bird design oxidized and centered. We think this item was made for a lefty. Unidentified maker's mark on back, stylized snail, heavy, mid 20th century. Measurements: 7/8" x 3/4". Condition is very good with minor surface scratches.
A superb pair of vintage couture 18K yellow gold and carnelian cufflinks by Pierre Cardin. The square faces, with rounded corners, support round carnelian plaques of very rich color. The gold structure beneath the carnelian shows through the translucent gemstones to create a strong geometric pattern typical of Cardin's aesthetic...