These old-fashioned cufflinks pre-date World War II and possibly World War I as well; they are definitely early twentieth century. They have a round button top attached by a 3-ling chain to a toggle. The cufflinks are silver, testing 800. They bear Asian, probably Chinese, marks. Each cufflink has a finely sculpted and rendered head of a dog. The dog looks similar to a German Shepherd. He looks happy; his tongue is out, his ears are up. The cufflinks have a matte finish but have held their silver color and gloss over time. They are just over 5/8" in diameter. They can be worn by either sex but were originally intended for men. They are in excellent original condition.