A striking pair of David-Andersen sterling silver double-sided cufflinks, the faces decorated with guilloche enamel in a translucent deep red shade. The underlying engine-turned engraving is in a sunburst pattern. The hinged connectors are marked with appropriate sterling silver hallmarks and the maker’s mark used from 1925.
These cuff links exhibit both a sturdy look and construction. They were probably produced for the tourist trade by different silversmiths in the same workshop, as each is slightly different from the other, mostly in the fins. The backs of one linked pair indicates the maker M. Velazquez; all are marked Sterling/Made in Mexico in the pre-1950s style. The back rings connect to short bridge chains; one rings is slightly bent but there is no damage or metal stress...
Here is a pair of sterling silver cuff links with a clean, modernist design. They are set with oval cabochon citrines that are mounted to exhibit the flat side of the stone. The citrines are well matched, and look like Palmeira citrines, with a deep honey amber color, showing some inclusions. (Citrine is the birthstone for November.) The sides of the cuff links are attached by a secure chain. The smaller, rectangular sides each bear the mark 0.925 and the maker’s mark of a C over F...
A classic pair of French 18K yellow gold cufflinks in a variation of the "mors de filet" or "snaffle" design originally created for Hermès by Gaetan de Percin. Each of the flip-up ends is pierced in a diamond-cut design. De Percin's design was very popular and served as the basis for a number of closely related designs...
A classically elegant pair of 18K yellow gold and blue sapphire cufflinks in a highly-functional “wrap-around” style. The cufflinks comprise a doubled length of Russian braid chain that passes through the cuff hole and attaches on the other side to the solid clasp. The chains are comfortable to wear, flexing easily, but staying firmly closed from the tension of the cuff fabric. The clasps are set at either end with a rich blue sapphire cabochon...
Circa 1940's tie bar with sterling silver chain and gun holster. The gun holster is both sterling silver and gold filled. The holster is 1 2/4" long and is in a style of a fine tooled leather Western holster. The tie bar is 2 3/4" wide. This vintage tie bar is in Beautiful condition and would make a fine accessory for your Best Western attire!!! It is signed " PAT PEND SOUTHLAND 1/20-12k + STERLING."
A very handsome pair of vintage 18K yellow gold cufflinks, the faces featuring rectangular-cut citrines. Each rectangular face is intricately engraved with a sunburst motif radiating out from the gemstones, as if the stones were emanating light. The citrines are very high quality, with an intense amber-orange color very close to topaz. Interestingly, one corner of each face is turned dog-eared, showing a plain surface. The faces are connected with chains to plain baton backs...
Art Deco 18K gold and sapphire stirrup cufflinks in the style first popularized by Cartier. The heavy mesh sides are accented with two blue sapphire sugarloaf cabochons on each cufflink. Each is stamped with French 18K gold hallmarks.
- France, ca. 1950
- Excellent condition
- Dimensions:13/16" x 1-3/32"
- Weight: 16.9 grams
- Approximate Total Gemstone Weight: .72 carat
A handsome pair of 18K yellow gold cufflinks featuring collet-set rectangular garnet plaques in a deep wine red shade. The faces are connected by chains to classic baton backs. The cufflinks are stamped with French 18K gold marks and an illegible master goldsmith's mark.
- Origin: France, ca. 1940.
- Dimensions: faces, 9/16" x 11/16" (14x18mm).
- Condition: excellent.
- Weight: 13.2 grams.
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.
This is a simple pair of round pivotal gold tone onyx cuff links with toggle backs, unmarked; Measures 5/8 in long approx. onyx circle is 3/8 dia. Good condition with wear to plate around border
Unusual hand made mens jewelry set. The set consist of a Tie bar and Cufflinks made of sterling silver and multi colored enamel. This set was crafted in SIAM in the 1930's - 40's. Each piece is signed " SIAM STERLING." The tie bar measures almost 2" wide and 7/8" high. The cufflinks each measure 7/8" high. This set is in very fine condition!!! This is not your typical SIAM design jewelry that you usually see!!!
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.
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.
These gold stone cufflinks, cuff links are 3/4" x 1/2" . There are in excellent condition.
Three pairs of signed enamel cufflinks by German Modernist designer Karl Schibensky. All in un-used condition. Fabulous colors and design.
Left: Measure 13/16" square; $475.
Middle: Measure 1/2" square; $210.
Right: Measure 3/4" square; $450 Light spot is glare in the photo; the color is even on the cufflink.
These Mexican cuff links are unmarked but their design featuring a Precolumbian-style figure indicates their origin. They are also marked 980 on the backs of one side, a silver content consistent with Mexican jewelry. They are likely from the 1930s to 1950. The larger button measures ¾ inch in diameter. Total weight: 12.1 grams
These Georg Jensen two-sided silver cuff links feature a prominent side with a floral motif and the other formed as a bar with oxidized impressions. Each exhibits strong, well soldered connecting rings as well as the Jensen mark of 1933-1944, the design no. 9 and a dotted oval with 830 inside, indicating silver content. The larger sides measure 5/8 inch across. Weight: 7.6 grams total