Edwardian, 1901 to 1920s
These are unforgettable antique cufflinks from the Edwardian Period, circa 1910 to the exotic 1920s. Each side is adorned with a combination of machine turning and hand chased abstract design, the most elaborate I have seen.
Each front is adorned by a single Brilliant cut Diamond, set within a raised hexagon. Diamonds are estimated to weigh 3 points each.
Overall approximate diameter measured corner to corner on the hexagon shape is 5/8". Front to back length is 7/8".
Marked "PLon14k" on the stems, meaning the Platinum surface is fused to a 14k Yellow Gold layer, in this case.Overall approximate weight for the pair is 4.5 gram.
Excellent condition, very minor to no obvious sign of wear.
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Our model's hand is approximately 5" wide or 12 cm as seen in this image:
We measure bracelets based on their wearable length, not the actual length. We do this because chunky bracelets will have a smaller wearable length than the actual length as the thickness of the bracelet reduces the internal measurement. If at any time you would like the actual length and is not in the description, please feel free to contact us.