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SOLD - 18 ct Yellow Gold Cufflinks - Antique 1914

A fine and impressive pair of antique 18 carat yellow gold cufflinks; an addition to our mens jewellery and estate jewelry collections

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SOLD - 18 ct Yellow Gold Cufflinks - Antique 1914
SOLD - 18 ct Yellow Gold Cufflinks - Antique 1914

Description


These antique crest cufflinks have been crafted in 18ct yellow gold.


The cufflinks have a circular form.


The surface of each link is ornamented with a bright cut engraved crest depicting a greyhound sejant collared above the family motto 'Fedeliter'-'Faithfully'*.


These antique hallmarked cufflinks articulate via a five link connector chain.


The hallmarks include the 18ct gold standard mark (18), gold guarantee mark (crown), Birmingham Assay Office mark (anchor), date letter for 1914 (t), and maker's mark (BHJ)


NOTE *The motto pertains to the Cunliffe / Cunliff family


Date: 1914

Condition


These antique crest cufflinks are fine quality and the bright cut engraving is very sharp.

The cufflinks are in excellent condition and the full English hallmarks to the reverse are very clear.

 


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of these fine examples of antique jewellery/estate jewelry

The images do not reflect the true colours of the cufflinks. The video however provides a more accurate reproduction of the actual colours.


Dimensions


Diameter of panel 1.34cm / 0.52"

Length of link chain 2.2cm / 0.86"


Total Weight


12.2 grams / 0.39 troy ounces


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Andrew Campbell started trading in Antique Silver in the 1970's. Initially, Andrew lived in the South of England, travelling the country, searching for items of silver to buy. Andrew sold these items at various London markets and antique fairs. Over time, and through selling at a range of venues, Andrew built up a large and diverse customer base from private buyers to national and international trade customers.
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