Friday, April 15, 2011

Recent Additions

Recent additions to the Antique Cufflink Gallery include roaring lions by Krementz, dragons set with diamonds, striking white and black "garland and swag" links by WAB, and a sunny pair of yellow and white gold cufflinks.

Krementz roaring lion cufflinks. (J9031)

Roaring Lions A fierce lion glares out from behind a golden mane. The lion is richly detailed with a full mane, whiskers and fierce eyes. Created by Krementz & Company in 14kt gold, circa 1900.

Dragons and Diamonds The Victorians were mesmerized by a menagerie of fantastic creatures. This dramatic pair of cufflinks features a dragon or possibly a sea serpent fiercely guarding a small diamond. Crafted in 10kt gold, circa 1900.

Wordely, Allsopp & Bliss white gold and black enamel cufflinks. (J9045)

White Garlands Dramatic black and white cufflinks from the Jazz Age. The cufflinks feature garland and swag centers surrounded by geometric box-and-cross borders elegantly accented with black enamel. Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1925.

Krementz yellow and white gold cufflinks. (J8997)

Yellow and White Yellow and white gold cufflinks that have a warm glow like Spring sunshine. The richly engraved gold surfaces create a warm, shimmering appearance. Crafted by Krementz & Company in 14kt gold, circa 1925.

We also recently added an elegant eagle stickpin
in the Antique Jewelry Gallery.

French eagle and diamond stickpin. (J9043)

Additional photos of these and other fine antique cufflinks, can be found in the Antique Cufflink Gallery.

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