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SOLD - Moss Agate and 18 ct Yellow Gold Cufflinks - Vintage 1972

A fine and impressive pair of vintage moss agate and 18 carat yellow gold cufflinks; an addition our diverse vintage jewellery and estate jewelry collections

SKU: A4987
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SOLD - Moss Agate and 18 ct Yellow Gold Cufflinks - Vintage 1972
SOLD - Moss Agate and 18 ct Yellow Gold Cufflinks - Vintage 1972


This fine and impressive pair of agate cufflinks has been crafted in 18 ct yellow gold.

The cufflinks have a domed oval form.

The anterior face of each link is ornamented with a collet set natural moss agate cabochon to the centre.

The posterior link has a torpedo shaped form and articulates via a hinged T-shaped bar.

The posterior link is hallmarked with the gold guarantee mark (crown) and the mark for 18 ct gold (18).

The T-shaped bar is fully hallmarked with the maker's mark (AC.Co), the gold guarantee mark (crown), the 18 ct gold fineness mark (18), the London Assay Office hallmark (leopard's head) and the date letter for 1972 (r).

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

Date: 1972


These impressive English cufflinks are fine quality set with moss agate cabochons.

The cufflinks are a very good gauge of gold and are in excellent condition with a clear hallmark to the T-shaped bar and posterior link.

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


Length of anterior link 1.87cm/0.73"

Width of anterior link 1.65cm/0.64"

Length of interior link 1.76cm/0.69"

Width of interior link 4.63mm/0.19"

Bar length 1.5cm/0.59"

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