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1.56 ct Diamond, Platinum and 18 ct Gold Cufflinks - Antique Circa 1920

A stunning, fine and impressive pair of antique 1.56 carat diamond, platinum and 18 carat gold cufflinks; part of our antique jewellery and estate jewelry collections

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Antique Diamond Cufflinks
1.56 ct Diamond, Platinum and 18 ct Gold Cufflinks - Antique Circa 1920
Antique Diamond Cufflinks
1.56 ct Diamond, Platinum and 18 ct Gold Cufflinks - Antique Circa 1920
Antique Diamond Cufflinks
1.56 ct Diamond, Platinum and 18 ct Gold Cufflinks - Antique Circa 1920
Antique Diamond Cufflinks
1.56 ct Diamond, Platinum and 18 ct Gold Cufflinks - Antique Circa 1920
Antique Diamond Cufflinks
1.56 ct Diamond, Platinum and 18 ct Gold Cufflinks - Antique Circa 1920
Antique Diamond Cufflinks
1.56 ct Diamond, Platinum and 18 ct Gold Cufflinks - Antique Circa 1920
Antique Diamond Cufflinks
1.56 ct Diamond, Platinum and 18 ct Gold Cufflinks - Antique Circa 1920
Antique Diamond Cufflinks
1.56 ct Diamond, Platinum and 18 ct Gold Cufflinks - Antique Circa 1920
Antique Diamond Cufflinks
1.56 ct Diamond, Platinum and 18 ct Gold Cufflinks - Antique Circa 1920
Antique Diamond Cufflinks
1.56 ct Diamond, Platinum and 18 ct Gold Cufflinks - Antique Circa 1920

Description


These fine and impressive antique cufflinks have been crafted in 18ct white gold and platinum.


The anterior face of each pierced decorated circular link is ornamented with a central collet set Old European cut diamond, encircled with ten eight-cut diamonds.


Each link features a millegrain decorated setting incorporating further forty-eight eight-cut diamonds pavé set in a stylised fret band configuration.


These antique diamond cufflinks articulate via an 18ct yellow gold double-ended connector bar, featuring the French mark 'BREVETE SGDG'*.


The links are hallmarked to the reverse with the with the French import mark (owl); this mark is used for finished articles brought into France to be examined by the French assay office.


The cufflinks have been independently tested using state of the art technology (Niton XL2 Analyzer) and verified as 18ct gold and platinum.


This impressive pair of antique cufflinks is supplied with an independent diamond grading report card.


NOTE: * BREVETE SGDG is an abbreviation for 'Breveté Sans Garantie Du Gouvernement' and translates as 'Patent Without Government Guarantees'. This simple registration system was utilised by both France and Belgium; this type of patent was used in France until 1968.


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Condition


These impressive antique 1920's cufflinks are exceptional quality, set with very high graded diamonds displaying a fine white colour and brilliance.

The cufflinks are an exceptional gauge of gold and platinum, and are in excellent condition.

The hallmarks to reverse of each link have wear in keeping with age, and the patent marks are very clear.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this fine example of antique jewellery/estate jewelry.


Diamond Quality


Colour (average grades) G/H

Clarity (average grades) VS2/SI2

Cut Old European/Eight

Content 1.56 carats


Dimensions


Diameter of anterior link 1.31cm/0.52"

Height of setting 2.58mm/0.1"

Chain length 1.8cm/0.71"


Weight


10.43 grams


 
 
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Andrew Campbell started trading in antiques during the 1970s. 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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