Here are a very elegant pair of antique rose gold hand engraved cufflinks made in 1913 that are in superb condition and will complete any suit with a style and elegance that will always be noticed and admired.
There is something so special about genuine antique cufflinks, from the feel to them to the colour of the gold, and these cufflinks have it all.
Made in 9ct rose gold, the colour of the rose gold has that wonderful warm tone to it that is so desired today. And then there are the four oval discs which each measure 18mm by 13.4mm with the beautiful scroll work. The incredible thing about the scroll work is that not only was it all engraved by hand instead of a machine, but the pattern is the same for all four, which means that these would have been hand engraved by a true master engraver.
Quality always wins over quantity, and being hand engraved, there is no doubt back then and more so today, that these are a fine pair of antique cufflinks.
With a wonderful feel to them matched by the engraving and condition, these antique cufflinks are the perfect accessory to finish off any suit.
Hallmarked: Birmingham 1913
Cufflinks really finish a suit perfectly and here are a very stylish and elegant pair of 18ct yellow gold hammer finish cufflinks from the 1920s
Perfect for any suit day or night, the hammer finish can be seen on both sides of the cufflinks and each circular disc measures 13mm in diameter and sits on a French cuff so perfectly.
The colour of the yellow gold is so rich and will look amazing no matter the time of day or night that they are being worn.
In recent years, cufflinks have come back in a big way, and when you see these on your wrist, it is so easy to see why.
The Australian jewellery company called G & E Rodd used their trademark name "Apex" to signify the quality of their jewellery and here are a lovely pair of 9ct rose gold Art Deco cufflinks made by Apex.
So stylish and elegant, being made in rose gold gives them such a warm colour to them and are highlighted with an elegant scroll design on each side. The top of each cufflink measures 18.2mm by 12.8mm wide and are secured to the cuff with a long bar on the other side.
Cufflinks really complete a suit and these Art Deco cufflinks not only look fantastic but are also in superb condition.
Maker: G & E Rodd - Apex
Masonic jewellery is so popular and getting hard to find, so when a pair of enamelled Masonic cufflinks came up, we just had to have them.
Made in 9ct rose gold with blue enamel, these are a superb pair of cufflinks. In a lovely oval design, they are sure to make the new owner very proud indeed.
Stock No.Â ES6140