Gentlemen`s Jewellery

  • A striking old cut diamond tie pin. A central diamond weighing 15 points has been mounted in 18ct yellow gold and is surrounded by seven diamonds weighing eight points each. These diamonds have excellent clarity, which allows them to catch the light beautifully. This tie pin is presented in its original box. Circa 1880s. All of our tie pins are sold with a stopper fitted to the point. Total Diamond Weight: 71 points. Size: 10mm x 66mm, weight: 2.2g. Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • A bright Victorian Citrine tie pin. A citrine gemstone weighing 2.33ct has been securely mounted in 9ct gold with four double claw settings. This citrine has excellent clarity, which catches the light beautifully. Size: 9mm x 58mm, weight: 2g. Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • A stunning pair of Edwardian mother of pearl and diamond cufflinks. On each mother of pearl cufflink, a central old cut diamond has been mounted on 18ct white gold and finished with a milgrain border. Surrounding each of these beautiful central diamonds are a row of twenty single cut diamonds, again set in 18ct white gold and finished with a milgrain border. The cufflink backs, torpedo toggles, and cable link chains are made from 18ct yellow gold. An unrivaled pair of cufflinks, that look amazing when worn. These cufflinks are presented in their original box. Total diamond weigh: 74 points. Size: 14mm in diameter, weight: 3.1g each. Period: Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 –  1914 ).
  • A stylish Seed Pearl and Onyx dress set. The set consists of a pair of cufflinks and three studs. Natural split seed pearls are set in onyx and finished with decorative sterling silver borders, which creates a beautiful contrast. This timeless dress set is presented in its original box. Cufflink size: 14mm in diameter, weight: 2.7g each. Stud size: 7mm in diameter, weight: 1.4g each. Period: Art Deco Jewellery ( 1920 – 1935 ).
  • An impressive 9ct gold and diamond signet ring. The focal point is a round cut diamond mounted in a star-shaped setting, with geometric lines radiating from an arch. This signet ring is hallmarked for Birmingham 1966 and looks quite distinguished when worn. Ring size: UK: Y, US: 12.25, top section: 17mm in diameter, weight: 9.1g. This ring can be re-sized free of charge, upon request. Period: Modern Jewellery ( the 1960`s onwards ).
  • An Edwardian Etruscan revival diamond tie pin. An old mine cut diamond weighing five points has been mounted in 9ct yellow gold in a star setting. This classic tie pin is hallmarked for Chester 1905. All of our tie pins are sold with a stopper fitted to the point. Size: 10mm x 49mm, weight: 1g. Period: Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 –  1914 ).
  • A 1950s George Jensen tie clip. Manufactured in Denmark from sterling silver, this tie clip depicts the head of a stylised horse. It was designed by Arno Malinowski who worked for the Georg Jensen Company from 1936 to 1944 and again from 1949 to 1965. A well made vintage tie clip. Size : 18mm x 55mm, weight: 10g. Period: Mid-Century Jewellery (the 1950s).
  • A precisely engineered pair of Art Deco cufflinks. The central panels are made from 9ct yellow gold and have been engine turned to produce a knurled finish. These panels are surrounded by decorative silver borders, which creates a subtle contrast. These double-sided cufflinks are connected with cable link chains. A classic pair of engine-turned cufflinks, circa 1930s. Size: 13mm x 13mm, weight: 5g. Period: Art Deco Jewellery ( 1920 – 1935 ).
  • A Victorian Etruscan revival diamond tie pin. An old cut diamond weighing five points has been mounted in beautiful 15ct yellow gold and is surrounded by six gold spheres set to form eccentric circles with a twisted rope edge finish. This bright and lively diamond catches the light beautifully. All of our tie pins are sold with a stopper fitted to the point. Size: 7mm x 62mm, weight: 1.8g. Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • An elegant pair of Art Deco cufflinks. A seed pearl has been placed in a hollow at the center of a bevelled edged piece of mother of pearl. Which is set in a backing of 9ct white gold. These double-sided cufflinks are connected with a single fetter link. Add a touch of sophistication to your attire with these timeless cufflinks. Size: 10mm x 10mm, weight: 2.3g each. Period: Art Deco Jewellery ( 1920 – 1935 ).
  • A classic Victorian Etruscan revival tie pin. Made from rich 15ct yellow gold, this tie pin features an old cut diamond at the center a star setting, with a rope border and an outer ring of eight flowers.  This exquisite tie pin comes in its original box. All of our tie pins are sold with a stopper fitted to the point. Size: 9mm x 50mm, weight: 1.3g. Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • A distinguished Edwardian signet ring. Made from 9ct gold this ring features an old cut diamond, which been mounted in a star setting at the center of a square panel. Along with decorative detailing to the sides and shoulders. This impressive ring was manufactured by Henry Griffith & Sons Ltd of Birmingham and is hallmarked for the year 1904. Total Diamond Weight: 5 points. Ring size: UK size Z, US size 12.5, top section: 19mm x 14mm, weight 13.5g, This ring can be re-sized free of charge, upon request. Period:  Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 to 1914 ).
  • An elegant 9ct yellow gold Edwardian tie pin. Depicting flowers in raised relief polished gold, which has been set against a textured gold background creating a beautiful contrast. This item is hallmarked for Birmingham 1909, it also bears the hallmark S.Bros which stands for Swain Bros of Birmingham. An eye-catching piece of fine jewellery. All of our tie pins are sold with a stopper fitted to the point. Size: 48mm x 8mm, weight: 0.8g. Period: Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 –  1914 ).
  • A precisely crafted Art Nouveau tie pin, depicting a flower. The flower head is raised and made from rose and yellow gold, which creates a subtle contrast. An original piece with a beautifully aged patina. All of our tie pins are sold with a stopper fitted to the point. Size: 61mm x 11mm, weight: 1.7g. Period: Art Nouveau Jewellery ( 1890 – 1901 ).
  • A highly polished Victorian rock crystal tie pin. A cabochon rock crystal gemstone has been set in silver by means of a double claw setting. This beautiful tie pin comes in its original fitted case. All of our tie pins are sold with a stopper fitted to the point. Size: 59mm x 6mm, weight: 1.2g each. Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • A meticulously crafted pair of Victorian cufflinks. These rectangular shaped cufflinks have been made from 9ct yellow gold and feature geometric detailing. They are connected together with gold cable link chains and this pair of cufflinks come in their original fitted case. Size: 16mm x 11mm, weight: 2g each. Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • A timeless Victorian Sardonyx signet ring. An oval cut sardonyx gemstone has been set in 9ct yellow gold. This ring contains hallmarks for Birmingham 1883. Ring size: UK: L, US: 5.75, top section size: 10mm x 7mm, weight: 2.7g. This ring can be re-sized free of charge. Period: Victorian ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • A decorative pair of Edwardian cufflinks. Oval shaped cufflinks made from rich 15ct yellow gold have been embossed with a leaf pattern, which gives a beautiful textured finish. These cufflinks come in their original box. Size: 17mm x 12mm, weight: 1.7g each. Period : Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 –  1914 ).
  • A skillfully crafted Victorian Shamrock tie pin. Three split seed pearls have been set in 9ct yellow gold, to form a shamrock within an oval-shaped band. A well-made piece of Victorian gentlemen`s jewellery. All of our tie pins are sold with a stopper fitted to the point. Size: 58mm x 8mm, weight: 1.2g each. Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • A stylish Edwardian Bloodstone signet ring. An oval cut bloodstone has been set in 9ct yellow gold. A classic gentleman`s signet ring. Ring size: UK size K, US size 5.25, top section: 10mm x 8mm, weight 2.8g, This ring can be re-sized free of charge, upon request. Period:  Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 to 1914 ).
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