This set of medical themed vintage cuff links and tie clip is ideal for anyone in a medically related field, featuring a gold plate caduceus, the Greek mythological symbol of healing adapted in modern times as a symbol of the physician. The caduceus is centered in a silver form rectangular, marked SWANK, Circa 1970's. Size: Links- 7/8" wide x 1/2' high; Tie Bar-1 5/8" 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.
A superb pair of modernist sterling silver cufflinks by Danish master Niels Erik From. The large domed faces center beautiful amber cabochons with strong deep reddish overtones. The amber is surrounded by a border of black patinated silver that contrasts beautifully with the natural silver and the amber. The backs are fully hallmarked for N. E. From with the marks used after 1966.
Origin: Denmark, ca. 1970. Condition: excellent. Size: 1” diameter. Weight: 17.2 grams.
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.
An elegant pair of silver double-sided cufflinks by David-Andersen featuring Prussian blue guilloche enamel in a sunburst design encircled with opaque white champlevé enamel. Exposed areas of silver are gilt. The backs are stamped with the David-Anderson mark used 1888-1925.
Origin: Norway, ca. 1920. Condition: excellent; no enamel damage. Dimensions: 9/16” diameter. Weight: 6.6 grams.
A handsome pair of sterling silver cufflinks by Georg Jensen. The rectangular faces are severely designed in the Art Deco style, with only a series of parallel raised bands as decoration. The solid connectors are attached to hinged oval backs. The cufflinks are marked with the pattern number 80 and bear post-1945 Jensen hallmarks.
Origin: Denmark, ca. 1950. Condition: excellent. Size: 15/16" x 3/8". Weight: 15.6 grams.
A fine and very early pair of silver cufflinks in the “Maya” pattern by Margot de Taxco. Margot established her own studio in 1948. The “Maya” pattern, displaying a strongly-featured native Mexican man in profile, became one of her iconic designs. The cufflinks are generously sized and retain a nice patina...
These cool, sterling silver cuff links have a unique, "rocklike" design. They measures 7/8" x 1 1/8" x 3/8". The backs are marked with the James Avery hallmark (3 candle candelabra flanked with the letter J on the bottom left and the letter A on the bottom right with Ster below with or without the copyright C). The toggle findings are both marked STERLING as well. They have good heft and are in excellent condition: c. 1960s.
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...
An interesting pair of American sterling silver Art Deco cufflinks, each face featuring a stylized leaf. The design has a deeply three-dimensional sculptural quality. The design appears to be in the Skonvirke style--the Scandinavian expression of Art Nouveau, but the cufflinks are definitely American. The back of each face is signed "NAE" or "MAE" and the toggles are marked "Sterling".
Origin: America, ca. 1930. Condition: excellent, sharp detail. Dimensions: 13/16" diameter...
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...
Gift HIS LORDSHIP, Captain of his Ship, with this vintage pair of sterling silver and black enamel toggle back cuff links. Centered in a black enamel base is a silver boat bordered with a twisted rope design frame, Circa 1960, marked on back HIS LORDSHIP and Sterling, PAT no. Size: 1" x 3/4"; Condition is like new.
This is a fine pair of antique elongated oval shaped chalcedony and sterling silver double-sided cufflinks. The stones have a beautiful white opalescent color, marked on back STERLING, circa early 20th century; Measurements: 3/4 in. long. Condition is excellent.
A very rare pair of Art Nouveau silver cufflinks, the round faces decorated with fine renderings of a bicycle racer in the medallion style. Some of the leading French sculptors of the day created such medallions for various sporting events and government functions. The faces are signed, but illegibly so. The backs are fully hallmarked for silver.
Origin: France, ca. 1900. Condition: excellent. Dimensions: 21/32" diameter. Weight: 9.4 grams.
Classic vintage TIFFANY & CO."Please Return to Tiffany" Sterling Silver Oval Cuff Links feature engraved wording Please Return to Tiffany & Co, New York, 925 and monogrammed initials WP. Measuring 1 3/4" wide, 1 5/8" tall & approx 1 3/4"high. Guaranteed original. Mint condition. Understated elegance!
Exceptional workmanship for an exceptional guy, these large square abalone shell and nickel silver toggle back cufflinks were handcrafted in Mexico, circa 1930, beautiful coloration, marked TAXCO, ALPACA and #3 mark of alpaca silver. Size: 7/8"; Condition: minor wear.
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.
A nice pair of sterling silver stirrup cufflinks, the ends set with black onyx sugarloaf cabochons. This style of cufflink was popularized by Cartier. The cufflinks bear Swiss import marks used until 1934 and are stamped "935", indicating that they have a slightly higher pure silver content than sterling silver.
Origin: Continental Europe, probably France, ca. 1925. Condition: excellent. Dimensions: faces, 9/16" diameter. Weight: 8.7 gr.