Recent additions to the Antique Jewelry Galleries include intriguing bloodstone cufflinks from Sansbury and Nellis and a winged-scarab stickpin by Hans Brassler, Jazz Age lapis lazuli and gold cufflinks, Art Nouveau foliate scroll cufflinks, and elegant sapphire and diamond cufflinks with intricately engraved platinum tops.
Heliotrope Heliotrope is a beautiful gemstone with the mesmerizing appearance of fiery embers smoldering in a dark ashes. These elegant cufflinks were created by Sansbury & Nellis during the Art Deco era. Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1920.
Scarab and Bloodstone A wonderful interpretation of a winged scarab by Hans Brassler. In this imaginative jewel, the jeweler combined elements of Art Nouveau, Gothic Revival and Arts & Crafts design while evoking the mysteries of ancient Egypt. Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1910.
Lapis and Gold The rich blue of lapis lazuli accented with small bits of fools gold beautifully captures the elegant, raucous spirit of the Jazz Age. Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1925.
Feathery Scrolls Art Nouveau flowing, feathery scrolls. The flowing design of these cufflinks may have been inspired by crashing waves along a rocky shore or ferns unfurling in the early Spring. Created by Link & Angell in 14kt gold, circa 1900.
Sapphire and Diamonds Beautifully engraved cufflinks set with rich blue sapphires and sparkling white diamonds. The hexagonal borders feature intricate geometric designs in the Art Deco fashion. Crafted in platinum and 14kt gold, circa 1920.