Recent additions to the Antique Jewelry Galleries include a beautiful pair of blue enamel and garland cufflinks by Larter & Sons, bold Art Deco pinstripe links, elegant George O. Street tiger eye cufflinks, and a pair of English cipher cufflinks. Other recent additions include an Egyptian Revival stickpin by Alling & Company and a wonderful "Serpent de Mer" stickpin by French jewelers Plisson et Hartz.
Garlands and Blues Classically inspired wreathes of festive garlands surrounding centers reminiscent of exploding fireworks. The elegant design is beautifully set off by rich blue enamel borders. Crafted in 14kt gold by Larter & Sons, circa 1925.
Art Deco Pinstripes Elegant Art Deco cufflinks with golden pinstripes alternating with brightly polished bands of white gold. A nice example of the geometric pinstripe designs of the later Art Deco period. Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1930.
Tiger Eye Elegant cufflinks with beautiful tiger eyes set in finely crafted yellow gold. The domed tiger eyes feature rich brown edges shading to glowing, honey yellow "eyes." Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1940.
English Ciphers The Victorians loved richly detailed ciphers of entwined letters and contrasting fonts. These British cufflinks feature a flowing, organic "L" interlaced with a Gothic, wooden "E". Crafted in 9kt gold, circa 1928.
Alling Egyptian Revival The flowing, geometric design of this stickpin is a wonderful example of the inspiration jewelers in the the early 1900s found in the arts and architecture of ancient Egypt. Created by Alling & Company in 14kt gold, circa 1900.
Serpent de Mer A writhing sea serpent clutches a luminous pearl. In the late 1800s French jewelers created a menagerie of fantastic and mythological creatures. This boldly sculpted sea serpent with life-like fins and a tail that appears to be floating in water is a wonderful example. Crafted in 18kt gold, circa 1900.