Cufflinks have always been associated with sophistication, class and elegance. They are enjoying their ever increasing popularity as gentlemen wear them to work, to an elegant evening event or special occasion. Many of the famous fashion houses such as Dolce and Gabbana and Ferragamo have had their models grace the catwalk wearing this very practical fashion accessory. Not to forget that 007 aka James Bond is a cufflinks wearer as well as Thomas Crown, the fictional character who was portrayed by the late Steve McQueen. When the movie was released in 1968, cufflinks were flying off the shelves because they gained such a resurgence in popularity.
Dating to 1912, this classic and distinguished pair of cufflinks is in excellent condition.
The front of the face is engraved with the date 1912 while the back of the face does not have any engraving. Face measures 14 x 18mm.
Two oval faces are connected by a gold chain. Stamped 10kt. Weighs 5.30 grams. Has fine scratches on both sides. It can be worn with the inscription showing or turned around with just the plain gold face showing.
Item ID: 001874
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