Recent additions to the Antique Cufflink Gallery include Art Deco cocktail glasses, striking l' Egyptien cufflinks by Wm. Huger and fiery red carnelians.
Cocktails for Two Golden cocktail glasses garnished with long-stemmed cherries. These miniature Manhattans are elegant cufflinks from the days of speakeasies, bathtub gin and Prohibition. Bottoms up! Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1930. Cost: $1,375
Elegant Pinstripes Elegantly engraved pinstripes in yellow gold surrounded by white gold borders of repeated box-and-cross motifs. Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1920. Cost: $1,175
L' Egyptien Art Deco cufflinks in the neo-Egyptian style of the 1920s. Lotus blossoms, bundled papyrus reeds and striking geometric designs flourish along the richly detailed borders and a small diamond sparkles in the center. Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1925. Cost: $975
Carter Carnelian Sultry red carnelians glow like dark embers. The brightness of the yellow gold and sultry luminescence of the carnelians are an elegant dance of light and color, a striking example of Art Deco design. Created by Carter & Gough in 14kt gold, circa 1920. Cost: $845
Art Deco Dazzle Dazzling Art Deco cufflinks with radiantly engraved centers and bold, geometric borders. Intricate geometry and the sparkling interplay of light. Crafted in 14kt white and yellow gold, circa 1925. Cost: $925
Carrington Deco Creamy white mother-of-pearl centers surrounded by bright, linearly engraved platinum borders. Created by Carrington & Company in platinum and 14kt gold, circa 1930. Cost: $925
Writhing Serpents Art Nouveau cufflinks with writhing serpents intertwined with a foliate vine. The fact that the serpents are rattlesnakes adds a touch of menace. Beautifully sculpted in 14kt gold, circa 1900. Cost: $845
Recent additions to the Antique Stickpin Gallery feature an Art Deco sapphire and diamond stickpin and a Hans Brassler laurel wreath and amethyst stickpin.
Sapphire Geometry The intertwining, angular lines of a golden interlace cradle a bright blue sapphire and small sparking diamond. A nice example of the elegant geometry of Art Deco design. Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1920. Cost: $485
Laurels and Amethyst A rich purple amethyst sits between the soaring branches of a laurel wreath. Below a small luminous pearl glows in a trefoil setting. An elegant stickpin created by Hans Brassler in 14kt gold, circa 1910. Cost: $625
These and other fine jewels from the past can be found in
the Antique and Estate Jewelry Galleries