This is a really fabulous pair of original 1920's solid 9ct yellow gold cufflinks.
These beautifully decorated engine turned links represent the Art Deco Machine Age with their wavy pattern engraved into the metal.
Double ended with one end oval and one circular they are in good condition and have chain links.
Fully hallmarked with a Chester assay mark and date letter for 1924. I love the 15ct gold mark - This standard of gold was introduced in 1854 (along with 12 & 9ct) and was discontinued in 1932 (along with 12ct) and a new standard of 14ct was substituted. So if you have a piece marked 15ct, you know it was made between those two dates.
These lovely cufflinks come in a reproduction blue and gold gift box with fancy hinge and fastener as shown - ideal for giving.
I always think that you cannot go wrong with a good pair of cufflinks for a gift on any occasion. In particular they make a fabulous gift for a Groom to wear on his wedding day and can be passed down as heirlooms - perhaps for a son or son-in-law to wear on their wedding day.
I love the thought of that
Size: 18.7mm x 10.4mm Ovals
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