Our Selection of Antique & Estate Mens Cufflinks

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French 18k Plique-a-Jour Cufflinks

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)

$2,150.00 - View Item    #130-1-6301

Art Deco Mother-of-Pearl Dress Set

A classic nine-piece tuxedo set rendered in dusky mother-of-pearl plaques with iridescent rainbow overtones, dotted with lustrous seed pearls and presented in octagonal white frames. The yellow gold backs are outfitted with plunger mechanisms. When not attending a fancy soiree the set resides in its...(more)

$2,750.00 - View Item    #130-1-6300

Vintage Nephrite Jade Bamboo Cufflinks

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.

$1,275.00 - View Item    #130-1-296

Jade Centered Tree Trunk Cufflinks

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!

$1,650.00 - View Item    #130-1-316

Lucien Piccard Cufflinks

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.

$1,150.00 - View Item    #130-1-320

Boucheron Jade and Gold Cufflinks

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)

$6,850.00 - View Item    #130-1-344

Estate Silver and Gold Cufflinks

Unusual dumbell-style cufflinks crafted in darkened silver overlaid with golden ten-pointed stars. Strictly for cool customers. 1 1/2 inches.

$575.00 - View Item    #130-1-342

Art Nouveau Plique-a-Jour and Diamond Frog Cuff Links

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.

$3,750.00 - View Item    #130-1-345

Art Deco Platinum Sapphire and Diamond Cufflinks

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)

$8,850.00 - View Item    #130-1-338

Mid-Century Cat's Eye and Diamond Cufflinks

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)

$2,750.00 - View Item    #130-1-335

French Platinum, Diamond and Onyx Art Deco Cuff Links

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)

$5,850.00 - View Item    #130-1-337

Art Deco Lapis Cufflinks - Mappin & Webb

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.

$1,550.00 - View Item    #130-1-349