Gents Cuff Links & Jewellery
Pair of ornate yellow gold, oval cufflinks in 18ct gold. They are hallmarked for Birmingham 1906 & are decorated with leaves & joined by gold chain link. They measure 0.75" x 0.5".
These highly ornate, white metal, Art Deco cufflinks in the original box are a survivor of a bygone age! The fronts are six sided with central mother of pearl details. The plaques measure 1.5 cms across & are joined by a link chain.
Lovely pair of pink gold cufflinks by G.H. Johnstone & Co., of Birmingham. They are 9ct gold & hallmarked for 1927. The two square plaques are engine turned & joined by gold link chains. Each plaque measures 1.3 x 1.3 cms.
A magnificent pair of 15ct, Victorian gold cufflinks, set with turquoises & pearls. Marked 15ct on the torpedoes, the pink gold parts are joined by a gold link chain. The ends measure 2 cms in length.
Pair of white enamel & silver cufflinks by David Andersen of Norway, marked DA NORWAY, STERLING 925S on the cross bar between the cufflink plaques. Each plaque measures 2.5 x 1.2 cms.
These pink gold & blue enamel cufflinks are set in 9ct gold & date from the 1930s. They are in their original Bravingtons silk box & are fastened by gold link chains. They measure 1.8 x 1.2 cms.
Pair of Art Deco silver & black onyx cufflinks. The set also comes with 2 matching dress studs. All the items are marked SILVER to the reverse. The square plaques measure 0.5" x 0.5".
Pair of 9ct yellow gold cufflinks, hallmarked for Birmingham 1947. The cufflinks comprise of two oblong plaques, one engine turned & the other plain - for a monogram? They are joined by a gold chain. The plaques measure 0.75" x 0.5".
Pair of rose gold 9ct cufflinks, hallmarked for Birmingham 1924. The cufflinks consist of two oval plaques joined by gold link chain. They measure 0.75" x 0.5".
This pair of cufflinks in 9ct yellow gold are hallmarked for Birmingham 1964. They comprise of two oblong plaques, one of which is engine turned, whilst the other is plain - for a monogram? They measure 1.5 x 1 cms & are joined by gold chain links.
Pair of 18ct, yellow gold cufflinks, hallmarked for Birmingham 1919. Oval decorated fronts, chain link dividers & torpedo backs. The fronts measure 0.75" x 0.5".
This pair of cufflinks date from the 1950s and are named "REGNUM" & are made out of chromium plated, base metal. They are boxed & labelled Made in England. The plaques measure 1.5 x 1 cms.
Pair of 9ct rose gold cufflinks, hallmarked for Birmingham 1928. Both plaques are oblong in shape & engine turned. They are joined by gold links, and measure 0.75" x 0.5".
A pair of silver mounted lapis lazuli, round cufflinks, marked SILVER on the posts. Dating from the 1970s, these cufflinks measure 1.7 cms across.
This gold stock pin is boxed & in 9ct gold, hallmarked for London 1938. The crop has a chased handle & a silver bezel to make the item more realistic! The pin measures 5 cms.
These cufflinks are in 9ct gold & hallmarked for Chester 1936. The Art Deco fronts are engine turned & oblong in shape. The plaques are joined by gold chains & measure 2 x 1 cms.
Pair of contemporary silver & smoky quartz cufflinks, hallmarked for Birmingham 2006. They are oval in shape & measure 2.2 x 1.8 cms. They are highly polished & finished & the smoky quartz central stone is beautifully cut & faceted.
Late Victorian 15ct gold stock pin/brooch in the form of a riding crop. Marked 15ct to the back of the handle, this realistic item measures 5.5 cms.
These silver cufflinks are hallmarked for Birmingham 1977 & have two plain fronts which could be monogrammed if required. The other plaques are decorated with a sun burst pattern. They measure 1.8 x 1.2 cms & are joined by silver link chain.
From the 1950s, these silver cufflinks are fully engine turned & stylish accordingly. They are marked SILVER to the reverse & measure 2 x 1.4 cms. The plaques are joined by silver chain links.
Pair of large, oval, silver cufflinks from the 1950s. Marked SILVER to the reverse, the plaques are half chased & half plain - for a monogram perhaps? The plaques measure 2 x 1.5 cms & are linked with silver chain.
Pair of 1940s heavy silver cufflinks. Marked SILVER to the reverse, each of the oblong plaques is half chased with a swirling design, whilst the other half is left plain - for initials perhaps? Each of the plaques measures 1.8 x 1.2 cms & is joined by chain links.
Pair of silver, oval shaped cufflinks, made by Charles Horner. They have engine turned fronts & hammered backs & are joined by chain links. They measure 0.75" x 0.5".
Fabulous three coloured gold - tested - hunting horn, stock pin. An interesting survival, it has an ornate safety clasp & uses three different gold colours to make the pin look extremely realistic. It measures 5.5 cms & probably dates to the 1920s.