A Panda's delight. Juicy bamboo stalks carved in 'jade' green nephrite and linked together with 18 karat rose gold. Cool and very unusual, Retro Tiki style - circa 1940s-1950s. 1 1/8 inches long.
Stylized black onyx acorn nuts on one side, a surreal golf ball on the other - why not?. 18 karat yellow gold, 1 1/16 inches long.
Something different and distinctive in a pair of cufflinks. 15/16 inch by 3/4 inch golden tree trunks displaying an apple green jade cabochon in the center. Bold and knotty!
Highly unusual and distinctive 1 3/16 inch-long oval cufflinks with raised, deeply textured centers outlined in deep-blue synthetic stones. Designed, created and signed by the renowned Swiss watchmakers - Lucien Picard.
Distinguished, distinctive and exotic jade and platinum cufflinks by the justly celebrated French jeweler - Boucheron. The abstract geometric handcarving in the deep forest-green jadeite plaques are mirrored in platinum on the second link. Signed and numbered 25.086 Boucheron - Paris. 9/16 inch. The...(more)
A wily pair of long-snouted, diamond-eyed silver foxes, in full profile, peer out from cobalt blue enameled ovals in these whimsical cufflinks, crafted in silver and 14 karat gold and bearing the famed Faberge hallmark (not legit however). The opposite side is modeled as a diamond ribbon-wrapped log...(more)
Unusual dumbell-style cufflinks crafted in darkened silver overlaid with golden ten-pointed stars. Strictly for cool customers. 1 1/2 inches.
Translucent green water, golden lily pads and a single sparkling diamond support a friendly amphibian in these rare and wonderfully whimsical Art Nouveau double-sided cufflinks - circa 1900. 1/2 inch diameter.
Supremely beautiful, high-caliber Art Deco cufflinks - circa 1930s - superbly engineered and crafted in platinum, square step-cut diamonds and royal-blue sapphires. Shaped as curved triangles (or bishop's hats), the links snap together with a clever hinge mechanism. They don't come much finer than t...(more)
These very cool and distinctive retro cufflinks, circa 1950s-1960s, feature a pair of glowing chrysoberyl cat's eyes framed in small sparkling diamonds set in white gold. The cat's eyes and diamonds are set atop a curved and convex oval plaque, rendered in contrasting yellow gold, finished with a sh...(more)
Consummate, original double-sided Art Deco cufflinks in glorious black & white - circa 1930. Stylized octagonal plaques, crafted in platinum with alternating bright and matte finishes perfectly reflect the modern architectural geometry of the period. Each link is centered with a shimmering squar...(more)
Handsome and elegant cufflinks rendered in 18 karat gold centering on deep royal-blue pyrite-flecked lapis lazuli squares presented in double-tiered frames. English origin, more than likely by the renowned Mappin & Webb (because the blue leather box says so) - circa 1930s. 7/16 inch square.