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Art Deco Mother of Pearl and Ruby Cufflinks

£920.00

These Art Deco mother of pearl and ruby cufflinks are gorgeous

So beautifully designed these cufflinks are hand crafted in platinum and yellow gold

The round mother of pearl is set to the center with a fabulous bright red cabochon ruby circled by two platinum boarders

These double sided cufflinks are connected by a yellow gold bar link

Suitable for a man or woman these cufflinks look stunning when worn

The cufflinks are 14.5 mm ( 0.57″) across
Rubies approx. 3mm
Reverse are stamped 9 carat gold and platinum (18CT PT)
They date to around 1920
Total weight 6.7 grams
They come in the presentation box illustrated
These Art Deco pearl cufflinks are in excellent condition.
our ref: 2365      For more information phone paula07949058591

Our collection of cufflinks

Mother-of-pearl: the iridescent shell of the mollusc from which we obtain the pearl, this outer shell is then cut and worked. In Victorian times mother-of-pearl was used as backings for seed pearl clusters and portrait brooches. In Edwardian times mother-of-pearl was very popular for gentlemen’s cufflinks.

Mother of pearl is a natural material that has been used for decorative purposes for centuries. It is an iridescent substance that is found inside the shells of certain molluscs, including oysters and abalone. Mother of pearl has been used in jewellery, furniture, and other decorative items for its beauty and durability.

The history of mother of pearl can be traced back to ancient civilizations, including the Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans. These cultures used mother of pearl to create intricate designs on jewellery and other decorative items. In the Middle Ages, mother of pearl was used to decorate religious objects, such as crosses and reliquaries.

During the Renaissance, mother of pearl became even more popular in Europe. It was used to decorate furniture, musical instruments, and other luxury items. In the 19th century, the invention of the button-making machine led to a surge in demand for mother of pearl buttons, which were used on clothing and accessories. Today, mother of pearl continues to be used in a variety of decorative applications, from jewellery to home decor.

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    These Art Deco mother of pearl and ruby cufflinks are gorgeous

    So beautifully designed these cufflinks are hand crafted in platinum and yellow gold

    The round mother of pearl is set to the center with a fabulous bright red cabochon ruby circled by two platinum boarders

    These double sided cufflinks are connected by a yellow gold bar link

    Suitable for a man or woman these cufflinks look stunning when worn

    The cufflinks are 14.5 mm ( 0.57″) across
    Rubies approx. 3mm
    Reverse are stamped 9 carat gold and platinum (18CT PT)
    They date to around 1920
    Total weight 6.7 grams
    They come in the presentation box illustrated
    These Art Deco pearl cufflinks are in excellent condition.
    our ref: 2365      For more information phone paula07949058591

    Our collection of cufflinks

    Mother-of-pearl: the iridescent shell of the mollusc from which we obtain the pearl, this outer shell is then cut and worked. In Victorian times mother-of-pearl was used as backings for seed pearl clusters and portrait brooches. In Edwardian times mother-of-pearl was very popular for gentlemen’s cufflinks.

    Mother of pearl is a natural material that has been used for decorative purposes for centuries. It is an iridescent substance that is found inside the shells of certain molluscs, including oysters and abalone. Mother of pearl has been used in jewellery, furniture, and other decorative items for its beauty and durability.

    The history of mother of pearl can be traced back to ancient civilizations, including the Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans. These cultures used mother of pearl to create intricate designs on jewellery and other decorative items. In the Middle Ages, mother of pearl was used to decorate religious objects, such as crosses and reliquaries.

    During the Renaissance, mother of pearl became even more popular in Europe. It was used to decorate furniture, musical instruments, and other luxury items. In the 19th century, the invention of the button-making machine led to a surge in demand for mother of pearl buttons, which were used on clothing and accessories. Today, mother of pearl continues to be used in a variety of decorative applications, from jewellery to home decor.

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    Ruby

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    Cufflinks