The Archive - Antique & Estate Mens Cufflinks

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Edwardian Gold and Diamond Cufflinks c.1904

One of the finest pairs of antique cufflinks we've come across. These elegant double-sided beauties, signed 'Nordlinger' and inscribed on the reverse: 'E.T.B. April 27, 1904', contain four high-quality old mine-cut diamonds totaling 1.50 carats. Each diamond centers a slightly curved oval plaque ren...(more)

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Two-Tone Italian Cufflinks

This is a handsome pair of two-tone 18 karat gold cufflinks. Stripes of white and yellow gold display a soft brushed finish and add a little class to any French-cuff shirt. Understated elegance. The dominant side measures 3/4 inch by 1/2 inch.

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Funky Sputnik Bug Motif Cufflinks

A wild and whimsical pair of mid-century vintage cufflinks in 14 karat rosy yellow gold. The stylized bug motifs are dotted with small twinkling accent diamonds and a cabochon black star sapphire stands in as its head. Fun and funky. A conversation starter! We have tested the earrings with an elect...(more)

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Art Deco Onyx Cufflink and Shirt Stud Set

Original Art Deco cufflinks and stud sets don't come more basic than this archetypal model from the 1920s-30s. Jet black onyx octagons center geometrically embossed, white gold frames backed in yellow gold. The double-sided cufflinks measure just over 1/2 inch across; three shirt studs with plunger ...(more)

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Vintage Diamond Cufflinks

These vintage diamond cufflinks are elegant in their simplicity. They are oval shaped and constructed in high-polished 14 karat yellow gold. Each piece centers a single modern round-brilliant diamond. Great for everyday wear.

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Reverse Intaglio Equestrian Cufflinks

These fun antique double-sided cufflinks are just the perfect thing for your next steeplechase. 14K yellow gold and mother-of-pearl! Whoa!

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Diamond Fan-Shape Cuff Links

Sharp Art Deco-influenced cufflinks in the form of a stylized, geometrical fan, each displaying a single round brilliant-cut diamond.

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Tiffany & Co. 18K Gold and Ruby Cufflinks

Geometric cufflinks with a twist. Solidly crafted in rich 18 karat yellow gold and centered with a curved row of bright-red rubies, by the preeminent American jeweler - Tiffany & Company.

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Razorback Boar Cufflinks

These whimsical and distinctive cufflinks definitely won't go unnoticed. This would be the perfect gift for the University of Arkansas Razorback fan in your life! The sizable cufflinks are crafted in 14 karat and measure an ample 1 1/8 inch long by 13/16 inch wide.

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Checkerboard Motif Diamond Cufflinks in 18 Karat Gold

Game on! These 18 karat tri-color gold, wing-back cufflinks feature a checkerboard motif. Each cufflink is embellished with a round brilliant-cut diamond.

This item has been sold - View Item    #130-1-191

18K Lapis Cufflinks Signed Tiffany - Schlumberger

We're not very confident about the signatures, but they could be legitimate Tiffany - Schlumberger, however we've priced them otherwise. Nonetheless, a stylish pair of cufflinks featuring two pairs of bright-blue lapis lazuli cabochon set in twisted 18 karat yellow gold ovals. 1 1/8 inches by 11/16 ...(more)

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Gold Bar Cufflinks

A classic pair of cufflinks composed of four solid 14 karat yellow gold finely ridged cylinders, two of which fold down for easy fastening. The longest bar measures 7/8 inch across. Circa 1960s.

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