Set of 4 19th century 14K gold stock clips. Designed to fasten a stock at the back, these clips are in very good condition, with some scratching to the gold commensurate with age. Each piece measures 3/4” by 5/8”.
An attractive pair of mid-20th century cufflinks in 800 silver, the square faces set with faceted plaques of synthetic green spinel in a dark olive green color. The rich color of the gemstones contrasts nicely with the silver borders. Solid bridges connect to the toggle backs enhanced with line engraving. The bridges are marked “800” and have an unidentified maker’s mark.
Origin: Continental Europe, ca. 1960. Condition: excellent. Dimensions: 11/16” x 11/16”...
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.
Here is a classic pair of 10kt gold, two-sided cuff links with a black enamel rim from the 1920s to late 1930s. The enamel is totally intact; the gold shows a warm, aged patina. The bridge bars and rings are quite secure. The bars bear a mark of 10 with a K in between the digits, indicating the maker as Kohn & Company of Newark, NJ. Each button measures ½ inch in diameter. Weight: 5.9 grams total
Great pair of sterling silver and pearl cufflinks by Mikimoto, Japan. Each cufflink is set with a beautiful full of luster pearl. Each cufflink measures 3/4" x 1/2". They bear the Mikimoto hallmark. Condition is excellent.
These cuff links feature nice spinach jade buttons with beveled edges. Two of them are decorated with a central pearl; both pairs feature 14kt gold bridge bars and connecting rings. The hardware is unmarked. Each button measures 3/8 inch across.
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.
A handsome, inventive pair of modernist silver cufflinks with opaque black champleve enamel faces by Meka Reklamegaver (1951-89). The black enamel is pierced with overlapping elongated silver teardrops. The connectors are marked “Meka Sterling Denmark”.
Origin: Holte, Denmark, ca. 1960. Condition: excellent, no enamel damage. Size: 7/8” x 9/16”. Weight: 11.4 grams.
A great pair of sterling silver modernist cufflinks. Measure 5/8" square. Have an overlay of sterling wire squiggles for an interesting three dimensional design. Have some minor scratches and a little tarnish. Cool mid century design.
Oval, with rolled edges, engraved and etched with a scrolled, leafy motif. The buttons are connected by sturdy bridge chains. The cuff links were made by J. & R. Griffin Ltd., of Birmingham, bearing Chester hallmarks for 9kt gold and the year 1925. They measure about 3/4 inch long by 1/2 inch wide. Weight: 3.8 grams total
Important piece of Broadway Theater History. This is a solid sterling silver tie bar that includes a hand crafted and hand etched front design of the famous Henry Miller Theater. The back is signed " FOSTER W/ silver smith symbol, STERLING, LEBLANGS 1949." This tie bar measures over 2 1/2" wide and 3/4" high and it is heavy weighted Sterling. The Henry Miller Theater was a Broadway Theater located at 124 West 43 St.. Designed in the NEO CLASSICAL style by PAUL R...
A wonderful pair of Modernist sterling silver cufflinks from Taxco, the center of Mexican silver jewelry production in the 20th century. The design is strongly geometric, but has an organic quality as well--almost like a leaf shape. The interiors are nicely oxidized to contrast with the appliqued silver spheres. The backs are hallmarked with the "3M" mark attributed to Miguel Melendez' output from the late 1950s and early 1960s...
Nice vintage sterling silver cufflinks, the faces decorated with an appliqued anchor and chain. The toggle backs are hinged so that the faces lie flat against the cuff. The toggles are marked "Sterling" and also have a patent number for the toggle mechanism.
Origin: America, ca. 1950. Condition: excellent, all original. Size: 11/16" x 11/16". Weight: 15.25 grams.
A great pair of modernist sterling silver cufflinks. Tops are made with two pieces of twisted wire and central red cabochons. Marked Sterling on the toggles. Measure 1" long and 1/2" across. Toggles function properly. Have a little tarnish. Very nice quality. Fine mid century design.
Formed as cut-out discs with engine-turned decoration. Each button measures ½ inch diameter. Bridge bars and all links are secure. The backs are marked 10K, with what appears to be an impressed heart-shaped mark. They date around 1930. Weight: 3.1 grams total
This is a classic pair of Edwardian oval shaped 12K gold filled cufflinks with toggle backs, having a raised diagonal stripe design under an applied oval, perfect for a monogram, marked on back 1/20 12K GF, unidentified maker's mark and PAT. PEND, circa early 20th century; Measures 11/16 long x 9/16 wide. Condition is excellent.
Interesting set of antique metal blazer buttons, featuring quail heads, on original card. Marked “JW Bishop” on reverse. Three large buttons measure 7/8”; four sleeve buttons measure 5/8”. Wear overall.
Hand made modernist ebony and sterling cufflinks and tie tac set, c.1950's. Wonderful asymmetric design gives these pieces motion. The set is wrapped in silver and the links are signed "STERLING". Excellent condition except for a tiny wood chip on the back of one cufflink, which cannot be seen from the front(see picture #4). The links measures 1 1/4" long by 3/4" wide. The tie tac measures 1" long by 3/4" wide...