What truly dapper gent wouldn't want these dashing and distinctive, carved and faceted, regal purple amethysts to peak out from your jacket cuff? Each amethyst centers an old mine-cut diamond set in silver, the links are 14 karat gold. The four diamonds total .65 carat, the discs measure 9/16 inch. ...(more)
Put on the Ritz with these dashing and debonaire cufflinks. The top hat and cane motif harkens back to the glamorous days-gone-by of Fred Astaire. Take a spin around the dance floor (or let the room spin around you) wearing these!
A tailored and sophisticated pair of double sided enameled cufflinks, circa 1950's. Alternating stripes of green and white enamel decorate the simple domed cufflinks.
Crafted in platinum and 14K gold, this elegant Art Deco tuxedo set - circa 1930s - is comprised of a pair of double-sided cufflinks, four vest buttons (or large shirt studs) and a pair of small shirt studs. The shimmering, glimmering, iridescent mother-of-pearl centers are framed with an engraved br...(more)
This very dapper and striking, original Art Deco dress set would have been the finishing touch essential for a gentleman's night on the town during the height of the Jazz Age.
Designed and manufactured, circa 1920, in 14k rose gold, topped with white gold, by one of the largest producers of fine je...(more)
Lavishly designed, these unique cufflinks undulate with whiplash curves and movement. Rendered in 14k yellow gold, the links are double sided with a bridge connection. Each plaque features a round faceted sapphire, held in with prongs which are seamless extensions of the curvilinear elements that c...(more)
This very striking Art Deco dress-set was designed and manufactured, circa 1920, in 14k rose gold, topped with white gold, by one of the largest producers of fine jewelry in the world at the time, Carter, Gough and Co. Very stylish, this original Art Deco tuxedo ensemble would have added the final p...(more)
Iconic Freemason symbols overlay a striking blue background rendered in guilloche enamel in these vintage cufflinks dating from the first or second quarter of the last century. Just over 1/2 inch diameter.
The Masonic letter G (for God and geometry) reminds us that our every act is done in the s...(more)
Stylishly tailored oval cuff links, designed and rendered in alternating ribs of rose and white gold and measuring 5/8 by 3/8 inch. Circa 1930s-40s.
Birds of different feathers flock together in these delightful hand painted reverse intaglio crystal cufflinks. A mallard duck is taking off into the wild blue yonder, while his pheasant cousin is taking a well-earned break from dodging shotgun pellets. Extensive hallmarks indicate Austro-Hungarian ...(more)
Two perfectly matched pairs of sizable (1 1/8 inches and 1 inch, respectively) vibrant green, navette-shape jadeites have been assembled to create these unique and spectacular cufflinks in platinum with baguette diamond accents. A prize for both jade and cufflink collectors alike. Sensational; circa...(more)
Straight from the Jazz Age - circa 1925 - double-panel cufflinks of the very highest order. Masterfully handcrafted in platinum, designed with slender rows of alternating calibre-cut green emeralds and blue sapphires set against lines of bright rose-cut diamonds, these superb and splendid cufflinks...(more)