Recent additions to the Antique Cufflink Gallery include striking purple enamel and pearl cufflinks by Carrington & Co. and elegant moss agate links by Larter & Sons.
Carrington Purple Striking purple enamel above a finely engraved pattern of radiating scalloped circles centered with a small luminous pearl. A beautiful example of the guilloche enamel cufflinks of the early 1900s. Created in 14kt gold, circa 1925. Cost: $1,325
Moss Agate Elegant moss agate cabochons set in polished gold bezels. The moss agates swirl with beautiful green strands reminiscent of seaweed floating in filtered sunlight beneath the ocean's surface. Crafted in 10kt gold, circa 1950. Cost: $645
In the Antique Stickpin Gallery there is Atlas supporting the weight of the world, a fiery Art Nouveau chimera by Carter, Howe and a fierce lion clutching a diamond.
Atlas and the Pillars Atlas carries the weight of the world on his shoulders framed by two classically-inspired pillars and a soaring arch. This finely modeled, richly detailed stickpin is a miniature work of sculpture crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1920. Cost: $485
Fiery Dragon A fierce dragon with a fiery red eye and a curling tail of flame-like acanthus leaves perches atop a finely sculpted Art Nouveau stickpin. Created by Carter, Howe in 14kt gold, circa 1900. Cost: $425
Fierce Lion A lion fiercely grasps a diamond in his snarling maw while staring menacingly with fiery red eyes. The lion is beautifully sculpted with a finely detailed mane and an intensely watchful gaze. Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1920. Cost: $475
These and other fine jewels from the past can be found in
the Antique and Estate Jewelry Galleries