Decorated with classic engine-turned engraving, with a blank reserve for initials. This money clip shows few signs of wear and appears to have a lacquered surface to preserve the finish. It bears the mark of B. A. Ballou & Co., of Rhode Island. It measures 1 ¾ inches by ¾ inch. Weight: 11.3 grams
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.
Nice vintage pair of oval shaped gold filled cufflinks each baring the symbol of Freemasonry. Each cufflinks face is 7/8" wide and 5/8" high. They are in fine condition with usual tiny surface scratches. Each cufflink is signed A & Z 1/20 12k G.F..
A handsome pair of 18K yellow gold cufflinks in the form of sleeve buttons. Each button has a dished surface with a matte decoration and is accented with gold "stitches". The faces are attached by chains to baton backs. The backs are hallmarked with Italian 18K marks.
Origin: Italy, ca. 1965. Condition: excellent, all original. Size: 17/32" diameter. Weight: 5.0 grams.
With their centers of crossed silver wire, these 1920s cuff links have the look of stitched buttons. They feature mother-of-pearl discs with black enamel dotted borders. They bear European silver marks on the back, and though they are hard to make out, they likely indicate .800 silver. Each button measures ½ inch in diameter; they have sturdy bridge chains. Gross weight: 6.9 grams
Super elegant, solid 18k yellow gold and green Chrysoprase acorn design cuff-links.
Measurement: 1 1/4" x 3/4", 34mm Long, 10mm Diameter.
Total Weight: 16.7 grams
Metal: 18k Gold (.750)
Stones: Green Chrysoprase.
Hallmarks: French Eagle Head for 18k and Goldsmith's Mark.
Condition: Excellent pre-owned.
A fantastic set of cufflinks and three shirt studs worked in rock crystal set in 14K yellow gold and studded with emeralds, rubies and sapphires. The double-faced cufflinks feature matte-finished flattened oval cabochons of rock crystal centered with collet-set ruby, emerald and sapphire cabochons. The shirt studs are round rock crystal cabochons set with matching center stones. The center stones are of exceptionally fine quality with intensely saturated color and eye-clean clarity...
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.
A very handsome pair of Victorian 18K yellow gold cufflinks, the faces fashioned as greyhounds' heads shown in profile. Each dog's head is nicely detailed with fur and a leather collar. The faces are connected to torpedo backs with chains. One cufflink is signed "A. Pospisil". Tested and guaranteed at least 18K, and more likely in the 19-20K range.
Origin: Europe, ca. 1900. Condition: excellent, sharp detail, all original. Size: 9/16" x 3/8". Weight: 5.7 gr.
This is a wonderful pair of vintage 14K yellow gold elephant head-form toggle back cufflinks, very finely crafted and highly detailed, featuring diamond eyes, textured matte face with shiny ears, tusks and trunk, marked with makers mark M and 14K, C 1940. Weight: 17.89g; Size:3/4 x 3/4; Condition is excellent. Very similar pair featured in major luxury store holiday catalog at four times the price.
A heavy pair of 14K yellow gold Tiffany & Co. double-sided cufflinks, the faces decorated in an austere pattern of diagonal lines. The design creates the illusion of two different shades of gold for a classic look. The faces are marked 14K and Tiffany & Co. The connectors have the maker’s mark for L. E. Garrigus & Co.
Origin: America, ca. 1920. Condition: excellent. Dimensions: 17/32” x 17/32”. Weight: 13.6 grams.
Of the thousands of cufflinks we’ve handled over the years, this is the first pair of Art Nouveau bean-back cufflinks we’ve ever seen that have a matching design worked on both the primary face and the bean back. The 14K yellow gold links are worked with a repousse design of a maiden wearing an ornate headdress filled with the scrolls and whiplash curves typical of Art Nouveau design. The connectors are hallmarked by Krementz and are marked “14K”.
Origin: America, ca. 1900...
This is an elegant pair of Victorian mother of pearl oval shaped bean back cufflinks, simply designed and nicely grained in a concave setting; Measurements: 9/16 long x 1/2 in. wide; Condition is like new.
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...
An incredible pair of vintage 18K yellow gold cufflinks by Tiffany & Co. The front faces of the double-sided cufflinks are pave-set in platinum with round brilliant diamonds (G color, VS1 clarity) surrounded by a border of superb small round mixed cut sapphires in a medium vivid blue color (B5/6). The sapphires have the intensity of fine Burmese material and do not appear to have any enhancements...
A superb pair of late Victorian 14K yellow gold double-faced cufflinks, each face set with a carnelian cabochon. The settings are in a style combining both Aesthetic and Architectural Revival elements. The gold surfaces, worked in the matte Russian finish often seen in Art Nouveau jewels, contrasts beautifully with the rich rust colors of the carnelians. Tested and guaranteed 14K.
Origin: America, ca. 1870. Condition: excellent, all original. Size: 9/16” diameter. Weight: 9.5 grams...
This is a fine pair of Victorian oval shape, 10K gold double-sided cufflinks, having an engraved stylized concentric circle design with braided border, unmarked but test 10K. Measurements: 5/8 in wide; Condition is very good; one side has thin imperfection, hard to detect because of the way light reflects the design but priced accordingly.
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