Luxury Design, Past & Present
A pair of Art Deco emerald, diamond and onyx cufflinks, each octagonal face set to the centre with a line of four emeralds estimated to weigh a total 1.60 carats for the pair, surrounded by rose-cut diamond set triangular segments and four triangular-cut onyx, all in platinum to a yellow gold double bar links, bearing the French mark for 18ct gold and platinum, circa 1920, measuring approximately 1.2 x 1.1cm each, gross weight 6.6 grams.
An exquisite pair of Art Deco cufflinks. These cufflinks were made in around 1920 and come from the collection of Bentley & Skinner, the London jewellers by appointment to both Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. These cufflinks exemplify Art Deco style, with geometric forms and the use of bright emeralds, lively diamonds, and black onyx. These cufflinks add the perfect amount of timeless and tasteful sparkle to a tuxedo.
This vintage pair of cufflinks is in very good condition for its age.