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)
Suave double-sided vintage cufflinks featuring four translucent natural jade cabochons exhibiting an unusual forest-green coloration marbled with earth-tone streaks. These 5/8 inch by 1/2 inch cufflinks date back to the 1940s and are handmade in 14K rosy yellow gold. Accompanied by a gemological rep...(more)
Round iridescent mother-of-pearl plaques encircled by engine engraved white gold frames with yellow gold backs. The double-sided cufflinks measure 9/16 inch across; the three shirt studs measure 5/16 inch across. Understated elegance par excellence.
A knotty dress set to match your natty green tuxedo. One pair of double-sided cufflinks and four shirt studs, each of which glistens with a bright green emerald tucked inside a swirling trefoil knot motif. Rendered in sturdy and weighty 14K yellow gold.
A striking and sizable tuxedo set for the well dressed cowpoke by the contemporary western silversmith, James Reid of Santa Fe, New Mexico, noted chiefly for his western belt buckles. The leafy sterling silver plaques are overlaid with yellow gold flowers, each dotted in the center with a bright red...(more)
A striking and stately pair of cufflinks featuring sizable, 5/8 inch square, lapis lazulis accentuated with crisply beveled borders. The rich blue gemstones are enlivened with microscopic pyrite flecks and are elegantly presented in 18K frames outfitted with toggle backs. Signed Vesco.
Charming and distinctive, early-to-mid-20th century, double-sided cufflinks artfully rendered in 18K yellow gold and bright green plique-a-jour (translucent) enamel with a cheerfully organic ivy motif - a traditional symbol of fidelity and wedded love (marriage optional). Meticulously handcrafted an...(more)