An unusually fine pair of 18K yellow gold cufflinks in the “stirrup” (“etrier”) style popularized by Cartier in the late Art Deco period. Rather than the usual triangular shape, however, the cufflinks display a double cyma-curve shape. Each of the sides is decorated with an angular ridged pattern at the edges. The solid bar is hidden inside the cuff when the cufflinks are being worn...
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.)
Score a strike with that bowler in your life. A vintage silverplate money clip featuring basketweave pattern with a centered bowler, marked C E MIC, circa 1950's. Size: 2"; Condition is like new.
A nice pair of 14K yellow gold cufflinks, the faces set with 12x14mm oval cabochons of green jadeite. The gold settings are hand-pierced in a foliate pattern. The jade is semi-translucent with moderate color mottling and a fine grain. The toggle connectors are marked “14K”.
Ca. 1950. Size: 7/8” x 11/16”. Weight: 9.9 grams.
A handsome pair of 14K gold and hematite cabochon toggle back cufflinks, circa 1950, marked 14K; Measurements: 9/16 in high x 1/2 in wide.
Condition is near perfect.
A nice 1950's 14K yellow gold tie bar set with rectangular step-cut synthetic rubies. The tie bar is quite short, dating it to the mid-century period when ties were very narrow. Narrow ties are once again in fashion, so this is still the perfect gentleman's accessory. Marked "14K".
Origin: America, ca. 1955. Excellent condition. Size: 1-1/4" long. Weight: 3.4 grams.
Attention Baby Boomers! This vintage stainless steel money clip is a revolving twenty two year calendar from January 1956-December 1968 with days of the week., month and year that line up wherever you choose, circa 1956. Size: 2 5/8"; Condition is excellent.
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.
This is an impressive pair of gold toned Tiger Gentleman's Cuff links beautifully handcrafted and individually finished. The black and white enamel striping accents the brushed finish of the body of the Tiger, green enamel eyes and red mouth, unmarked, mid 20th century American. Measurement: 5/8 in diameter: Excellent condition.
A handsome pair of 18K yellow gold cufflinks in the stirrup (“etrier”) style originally popularized by Cartier in the Art Deco era. The solid hinged bar passes through the cuff holes and the angled legs surround the outside of the cuffs to hold them securely together. The legs of this pair are accented in a severely geometric ridged pattern and their slight tapering prevents the appearance of being overly heavy...
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.
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.
The perfect gift for any sailor who wants to compete, this sterling silver money clip is unique and handsome. The clip has an applied design of two sailboats and America's Cup logo. It is marked with the unidentified maker's mark SS inside a box and STERLING. It measures 2" by 1" and is in overall very good condition, showing some signs of use.
The larger sides of these cuff links are solid sterling silver, with oxidized impressed emanating lines. The smaller sides are oblong, with oxidized recesses. Each bridge bar bears the mark of Hans Hansen, Copenhagen, 1947-1969. The larger sides measure 7/8 square. Weight: 36.6 grams
A very handsome pair of 18K yellow gold cufflinks by Tiffany & Co., Paris. The square front faces and rectangular back faces are worked in a fine 3-over-1 basket weave pattern. The deep recesses of the pattern were only lightly polished to heighten the three-dimensional quality of the design. The back faces are hinged. The cufflinks are signed "Tiffany & Co./France/Or 18K" and have the jeweler's inventory numbers. They are also marked with full French hallmarks.
Origin: France, ca. 1950...
A colorful, handsome pair of 14K yellow gold cufflinks, the faces bezel-set with carnelian and green chalcedony oval cabochons. The color contrast is very striking. Interestingly, they could be worn so either the red or green sides face out on the cuff, or with one cuff showing red and the other green. Tested and guaranteed 14K.
Origin: America, ca. 1950. Condition: excellent. Dimensions: faces, 9/16” x 7/16”. Weight: 6.1 gr...
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 nice pair of 14K yellow gold and ruby cufflinks, the round faces accented with engraved lines and a stippled finish that suggests a quilted design. The intersections of the engraved lines are set with round brilliant-cut rubies. The backs are marked "14K". We have seen matching cufflinks, set with rubies or with sapphires, stamped with Tiffany's retailer mark, so it's likely they were made by one of the higher-level Newark jewelers.
Origin: America, ca. 1955. Condition: excellent...