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Nine pairs of cufflinks

Reserves

Estimate:

800

to
- 1,200 GBP

Property from the Collection of a British Nobleman

Nine pairs of cufflinks

Nine pairs of cufflinks

Estimate:

800

to
- 1,200 GBP

Lot sold:

2,520

GBP

Property from the Collection of a British Nobleman

Nine pairs of cufflinks 


Comprising: a pair with domed terminals; a pair with oval terminals embossed with a lozenge, British hallmarks and sponsor's marks, 1920; one pair with oval terminals set with a brilliant-cut diamond centred on a radiating pattern, Italian maker's mark; one pair with plain oval terminals and bevelled edge;  one pair with square terminals set with a cabochon ruby and rose-cut diamonds; one pair with plain oval terminals, British hallmarks and sponsor's marks, 1991; one pair with oval terminals set with a cabochon sapphire and cushion-shaped, circular-cut and rose diamonds; one pair with reeded oval terminals, French assay marks and maker's mark; and one pair of architectonic design set with calibré-cut rubies, 1940s

Domed - unsigned

Oval- British hallmarks for Birmingham, 18 carat gold, date letter V for 1920 and sponsor's mark S&C.

Diamond set - Italian maker's mark and stamped 375

Plain oval - stamped 18

Cabochon ruby - unsigned

Plain oval - British hallmarks for Birmingham, 9 carat gold and date letter R for 1991, sponsor's mark D&F for Deakin and Francis.

Cabochon sapphire - unsigned

Reeded oval - French assay marks for 18 carat gold and indistinct maker's mark

Ruby - stamped 18K, rubies possibly synthetic

Combined gross weight approximately 79 grams. Overall condition good.


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