A fine pair of lapis lazuli cufflinks mounted in 18K yellow gold. The front faces are panel-cut lapis spheres and the backs are round lapis tablets set in twisted rope borders. The lapis is fine quality with just a tiny smattering of glittery pyrite. The faces are joined by chains. Tested and guaranteed 18K.
Dimensions: front faces, 7/16" diameter
Weight: 8.4 grams
A beautiful pair of Art Deco 14K yellow gold and natural green chalcedony cufflinks by Krementz. The cut-cornered rectangular faces are set with plaques of vivid green chalcedony surrounded by borders decorated in an angular raised diamond pattern. Cufflinks set with green gemstones are difficult to find, and this is a particularly attractive pair. The connectors are stamped 14K and have the Krementz hallmark.
Origin: America, ca. 1920. Condition: excellent. Dimensions: 5/8 x 1/2 inch...
Wear your feelings on your sleeve with this vintage pair of Art Deco style sterling silver and copper FACE cufflinks, formed as a round face having copper eyes and tongue sticking out, 20th century, stamped on back STERLING, 925, MEXICO; Measurements: 7/8 in diameter; Condition is excellent, may need cleaning.
A handsome pair of 14K yellow gold cufflinks in the "etrier" style originally popularized by Cartier. The design was meant to suggest a horsebit. When worn, only the circles are visible. The circles are finished with a twisted rope design. Most cufflinks of this style were made by French jewelers, and it is unusual to find an American pair in 14K gold. Stamped with an unidentified maker's mark.
Origin: America, ca. 1930. Condition: excellent. Dimensions: faces, 5/8" diameter...
A beautiful pair of double-sided 18K yellow gold cufflinks enhanced with Prussian blue guilloche enamel enclosed in a circle of opaque white champlevé enamel surrounded by a border of ornately engine-turned gold. The faces a joined by removable s-shaped connectors. The cufflinks are presented in their original fitted box, the interior gilt-stamped with the logo for Fontenay Smets Successeur...
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 stunning pair of 18K yellow gold cufflinks by one of Italy's greatest 20th century jewelry artists, Nino D'Antonio Germano. Germano was born into an important family of Roman jewelers in 1926 and came of age during World War II. He was inspired by designs from antiquity, and his pieces often feature ancient Greek, Roman and Etruscan grotesques, masks and other elements. He was principally a sculptor, but made a very small amount of jewelry using the lost wax method of casting...
Attention all train lovers: wear your passion on your sleeve. This is a highly detailed pair of 12K gold plated train-form cufflinks representing the famous American Locomotive Co passenger train, ALCO stamped on engine, PAT PENDING marked on toggle back, American, Circa 1950. Size: 1" x 5/8". Condition is excellent.
Wonderful pair of Men's golf cufflinks featuring a golf ball flanked by a wood and a putter in Excellent condition. Circa 1960's. Each cufflinks face measures about 7/8" X 7/8".
A heavy pair of mid-century 14K yellow gold dome cufflinks in a Florentine finish, each centering a gypsy-set round brilliant cut citrine. The gemstones are medium slightly brownish orangy-yellow in color and constrast nicely with the surrounding gold. The toggle backs are marked “14K”.
Origin: America, ca. 1960. Condition: excellent. Size: 5/8” diameter; 3/8” deep. Weight: 14.0 grams. Approximate Total Gemstone Weight: 2.0 carats.
This very fine pair of Modernist sterling silver pyramid rope form cufflinks could have come from the fashion pages of any current menswear magazine, circa 1945, toggle backs, marked on the back STERLING; Measurements: 5/8 in long x 1/4 in. wide; Excellent condition; may need cleaning.
An elegant pair of Imperial Russian 14K yellow gold cufflinks, each of the round faces set with with a pair of cushion-cut blue sapphires and a pair of cabochon rubies. The stones are good quality, with intensely saturated color. Chains connect the fronts to torpedo backs. Each cufflink is stamped with the Russian marks for 14K (56 zolotniks) and for the assay-master Alexander Romanov, (St. Petersburg).
Origin: Russia, 1904-08. Condition: excellent. Dimensions: faces, 1/2" diameter...
A nice pair of 14K yellow gold cufflinks, the faces in the traditional baton style, but with a twist—literally! The toggle backs are marked “14K”.
Origin: America, ca. 1970. Condition: excellent. Size: 7/8” x 3/8”. Weight: 7.9 grams.
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...
Small cut steel cravat stick pin, Victorian, mid 19th century. Length "1 ¾ / 4.5 cm. Condition: fine.
Elaborately carved mother-of-pearl disks set in 14-kt yellow gold backs and embossed platinum rims, from the 1920s. Small pearls grace the centers of each disk. The gold bridge bars are securely attached to the connector; the back of each disk bears the maker’s mark of Carter, Gough & Co., of Newark, NJ. Each measures ½ inch in diameter.
A very handsome and unusual pair of cufflinks comprised of moss agate discs with 18K gold mountings. The stones are nicely colored, with lots of green “moss” suspended in the translucent background. The fronts are accented with decorative gold scrollwork...
A handsome pair of 14K yellow gold double-faced cufflinks by Carter, Gough & Howe. The faces are formed from oval mother-of-pearl plaques surrounded by borders of opaque royal blue enamel and centering small pearls. The enamel borders have exposed gold dots and engraved rims. This particular design is usually seen in white enamel, but the blue makes for a very nice contrast. The connectors are stamped “14K” and have Carter, Gough’s hallmark.
Origin: America, ca. 1900. Condition: exc...