These cufflinks are so stylish and elegant and will finish any outfit off perfectly as well as being able to be worn multiple ways.
Made during the Art Deco period of the 1920's in sterling silver, each cufflink measures 22.7mm long by 6.2mm wide at the centre. With one end set with bloodstone, and the other jasper, you could where them with the bloodstone on both sides facing out, or the jasper or even one side showing the bloodstone and the other the jasper.
With a lovely sleek look and feel to them that are also so easy to put on, these are a lovely pair of cufflinks that will also surprise many when they find out they are over 100 years old, yet still so stylish and fashionable.
Cufflinks truly finish a suit, and here are a magnificent pair of Art Deco cufflinks that date from the 1920's.
Hand made entirely in platinum, each cufflink measures 15.4mm across by 19.3mm, and is designed with a soft curve to the top highlighted with a cobalt blue enamel border in the form of a star surrounding an early round brilliant cut diamond. The diamonds total 0.60 carats and are perfectly highlighted by both the enamel and the pure white of the platinum.
Very easy to put on, these Art Deco cufflinks are so elegant and will no doubt get admired and complimented on each and every time that they are worn.
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