Saturday, July 16, 2016

New in the Gallery - Cufflinks and Stickpins


Recent additions to the Antique Cufflink Gallery include elegant Art Deco cufflinks set with diamonds, Keller golden honeycomb cufflinks and striking yellow and white gold cufflinks created by J.R. Wood.


Elegant Jazz  Elegant cufflinks from the Jazz Age.  Intricate yellow gold centers exploding like fireworks are surrounded by dramatic white gold borders decorated in the best Art Deco style.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1925.    Cost:  $985


Art Deco diamond cufflinks. (J9162)

Art Deco Dazzle II  Art Deco cufflinks with tiered-step-and-dragon-fly borders, finely engraved centers and a small diamond set on one side.  Elegant cufflinks that sparkle with the pizzazz of the 1920s.  Crafted in 10kt white gold,  circa 1925.    Cost:  $475


Art Deco honeycomb cufflinks. (J9366)

Busy as a Bee!  Art Deco cufflinks engraved with a mesmerizing repeated hexagon (or honeycomb) pattern.  The honeycomb design is both visually striking and symbolic of industriousness and thrift.  Crafted in 10kt gold,  circa 1925.    Cost:  $465


JR Wood elegantly engraved platinum and gold cufflinks. (J9367)

Elegantly Engraved  Beautifully engraved yellow gold centers framed by bright platinum borders with scroll designs.  An elegant juxtaposition of the warm yellow gold and cool platinum.  Created by J.R. Wood,  circa 1920.    Cost:  $485



New in the Antique Stickpin Gallery are two zoomorphic, gem-set stickpins created by Hans Brassler.


Hans Brassler sapphire stickpin. (J9359)

Brassler Sapphire  A vibrant sapphire set in a free-flowing, imaginative stickpin created by Hans Brassler.  Brassler was an innovative jeweler who in the early 1900s created a wonderful collection of whimsical stickpins.  Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1910.    Cost:  $425


Brassler amethyst moth stickpin. (J9365)

Amethyst Moth  An exotic moth or other winged night creature accented with a vibrant purple amethyst and a small, sparkling diamond.  This elegant stickpin was created by Hans Brassler in 14kt gold, circa 1910.    Cost:  $525



These and other fine jewels from the past can be found in
the Antique and Estate Jewelry Galleries