Larter & Sons was a prolific maker of cufflinks and other gentlemen's accessories during the late 19th century and for much of the 20th century. Their output ranged from fine gold and gem-set cufflinks and dress sets to less expensive, but equally well made, cufflinks and accessories crafted in lesser metals.
In the early 1920s the firm created a wonderful collection of handsomely designed, finely crafted men's rings reflecting the arts and architecture of past historic periods. These rings were announced to the jewelry trade with a series of graphically striking advertisements matching the beauty and themes of the rings. Below is Larter & Sons' advertisement summarizing the rings in the collection. Advertisements for the individual rings can be found in earlier posts.
A full size rendition of this advertisement can be viewed in Larter & Sons Period Rings.
Elegant cufflinks created by Later & Sons and other fine jewels
can be found in the Antique and Estate Jewelry Gallery.