This is a simple pair of early Taxco sterling silver square shaped cufflinks signed PLATA, marked on the back PLATA ,STERLING, 925, circa 1950; Measurements: 1/2 in diameter; Condition is excellent with minor surface scratches.
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.
"Fore" the golfer, a vintage pair of square framed gold plated GOLFER toggle back cufflinks comprising a circled back swinging hand painted golfer on a mother of pearl background encased in a crystal dome cover, unmarked, mid century American. Size: 5/8 in. square. Very good condition with minor wear to one link.
A nice pair of 18K yellow gold cufflinks in the stirrup (”étrier”) style popularized by Cartier in the late Art Deco period. The cufflinks are formed as a sharply arched pierced flat band. The hinged closure is decorated with engraved concentric circles at each end. The closure is hidden inside the cuff when the cufflinks are being worn. Each cufflink is fully stamped with French 18K gold hallmarks and with an unidentified master goldsmith’s mark.
Origin: France, ca. 1950...
An extremely heavy pair of 14K yellow gold double-faced cufflinks made by Louis Tamis & Sons and retailed by Tiffany & Co. The round faces are simply decorated with parallel ribbed surfaces. The faces are joined by solid hinged connectors. The cufflinks are very heavy and have a classic, masculine appeal. Tamis was one of New York’s most important goldsmiths and supplied goods to Tiffany, Cartier and Verdura among others...
This handsome pair of 14k yellow gold and onyx circle shape cufflinks, circa 1950,is always in style. The florentine finish gold center looks like a fine fabric, banded in onyx, unidentified maker's mark and 14K stamped on back and toggle; Wt. 13.4 g. Measurement: 3/4 in diameter; Condition is excellent.
This gutsy vintage pair of 12K gold plated cylindrical-shaped toggle back cufflinks looks like they were pulled from the pages of any contemporary men's fashion magazine, detailed with black enamel ribbing, made by FOSTER, C.1940-1950, FOSTER and PAT. PEND. U.S.A. stamped on connector bars, Measures 3/4" wide; Wt.: 39.6g; Condition is excellent.
This is a handsome pair of vintage 14K yellow gold and blue sapphire cuff links in the Modernist style, circa 1950, having a brushed finish and a sapphire in one corner, the design framed, marked 14K; Wt: 11 g; Measurements: 7/8 in long x 9/16 in wide; Condition is excellent.
A handsome pair of modernist cufflinks worked as concave silver discs centering collet-set amber cabochons with applied beads to the setting. The amber has a beautiful honey color and an abundance of the highly-prized natural discoid inclusions called “sun spangles”. These are often created by enhancements, but the spangles in this amber are naturally occurring. The toggles are marked “830”.
Origin: Denmark, ca. 1950s. Condition: excellent, nice patina. Size: 13/16” diameter...
A terrific pair of French silver cufflinks, one face of each cufflink designed in a classic knot style, and the other end set with a green chalcedony carved to resemble a golf ball. The cufflinks are very versatile and can be worn with either the silver or the green faces showing. They’re very similar in style to the golf ball cufflinks designed by Hermès. The connectors are marked with French silver hallmarks and with the mark of an unidentified maker.
Origin: France, ca. 1950...
Handcuff his heart with this whimsical Fathers Day gift. A thin nickel silver tie bar with one attached handcuff, the other dangling on a chain, American made, circa 1945, clip back, unmarked. Size: 2" long. Condition is like new.
A fine pair of 18K yellow gold cufflinks in the stirrup (“étrier”) style popularized by Cartier in the late Art Deco period. The cufflinks are formed as sharply arched band of open curb link chain. The hinged bar is hidden inside the cuff when the cufflinks are being worn. Each cufflink is fully hallmarked with French 18K marks and an unidentified master goldsmith’s mark.
Origin: Paris, ca. 1950. Condition: excellent. Size: 29/32” x 3/4”. Weight: 11.9 grams.
French gold and sapphire stirrup cufflinks never go out of style. The strirrup (étrier) design was popularized by Cartier in the Art Deco era and continues to one of the most stylish elements in a gentleman’s jewelry wardrobe. The sides are worked in the classic curb link chain style and the hinged closures are capped with bright blue sapphire sugarloaf cabochons...
Vintage bull and bear get the golden touch with these nicely detailed toggle back cufflinks, circa 1950, marked PAT 2,974,381 on toggle. Size: 7/8"; Very good condition, Hard to tell but one bull horn may have minor damage. (camera picked up something but not visble to the naked eye.)
This is a impressive pair of oval shape 14K gold and tiger eye toggle back cufflinks, circa 1950, the stones having wonderful luminescence are set in a gold bezel surrounded in a suspended wreath-like border, maker's mark CB within a diamond, 14K mark on bar and toggle; WT. 13.1 g; Measurements: 3/4 in long x 5/8 in wide; Condition is excellent.
Any racetracker would love this blast from the past or anyone who believes in lucky 7's. This is a vintage pair of sterling silver pari-mutuel tote tickets, an exact replica of a $100 bet-to-win ticket on the 7th horse in the seventh race from Hollywood Park thoroughbred race track on July 7, 1957; very fine detailing, marked on the back with makers mark of Fenwick & Sailors, F & S and STERLING:; Measurements: 15/16 in. high x 11/16 wide. Condition is excellent, showing minor wear.
A handsome pair of vintage 14K yellow gold cufflinks, the square faces in a basketweave pattern. Each open square is filled with a prong-set brilliant round cut blue sapphire. The sapphires are a medium-blue color with eye-clean clarity. The stones are nicely cut for maximum light return and have excellent brilliance as a result. The exposed gold surfaces have a finely engraved Florentine finish. The hinged backs are marked “14K”.
Origin: America, ca. 1955. Condition: excellent...
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.