• A distinguished Victorian tie pin. A round-cut diamond has been set in a rich 15ct gold cylinder, surrounded by a twisting gold ribbon with milgrain detailing to the edges. An eye-catching antique tie pin. All of our tie pins are sold with a stopper fitted to the point. Size: 51mm x 10mm, weight: 1.9g each. Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • A skillfully crafted pair of Victorian cufflinks. Torpedo shaped cufflinks made from 9ct rose gold are connected together with gold cable link chains. Each cufflink has been partially engraved with foliage, which showcases the fine craftsmanship of the day. Size: 20mm x 6mm, weight: 2.7g each. Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • An elegant pair of Victorian cufflinks. Double cufflinks formed from two heavy 9ct rose gold oval discs, which are connected with gold cable link chains. These cufflinks also come with three matching studs. Designed, manufactured and signed by Henry Griffith & Sons of Birmingham, in the mid 1800s. A classic pair of cufflinks, with a timeless quality. Size: 19mm x 13mm, weight: 5.6g each. Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • An elegant Victorian Turquoise tie pin. An oval cut Turquoise gemstone has been mounted in 9ct yellow gold with a closed back setting. All of our tie pins are sold with a stopper fitted to the point. Size: 54mm x 6mm, weight: 1.7g. Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • A vintage Jade tie pin. A heart-shaped jade gemstone has been mounted on a 9ct gold pin. All of our tie pins are sold with a stopper fitted to the point. Size: 58mm x 9mm, weigh: 1.3g. Period: Modern Jewellery ( the 1960`s onwards )
  • A meticulously crafted pair of Art Deco cufflinks. Classically designed 9ct gold cufflinks, with engine-turned central panels. Surrounded by a Greek key pattern made from white enamel and connect with 9ct gold cable link chains. These cufflinks come with their original fitted case. Size: 17mm x 10mm, weight: 2.7g each. Period: Art Deco Jewellery ( 1920 – 1935 ).
  • A meticulously crafted micro mosaic tie pin. Tiny pieces of ceramics have been arranged to depicting four flowers and foliage on a black background. This micro mosaic has then been mounted in a gold-tone setting, a rare and unique piece of Victorian craftsmanship. All of our tie pins are sold with a stopper fitted to the point. Size: 70mm x 14mm, weight: 2g. Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • An intriguing pair of Edwardian citrine cufflinks. Oval cut faceted citrine gemstones weighing 5.95ct each have been connected using silver cable link chains to form these eye-catching cufflinks. Size: 16mm x 13mm,  weight 3.9g each. Period : Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 – 1914 ).
  • A stylish opal tie pin. A cabochon cut opal weighing 1.80ct has been set in 9ct yellow gold. This opal has a subtle play of colour showing blues, greens and reds. All of our tie pins are sold with a stopper fitted to the point. Size: 68mm x 9mm, weigh: 1.9g. Period: Modern Jewellery ( the 1960`s onwards )
  • An exquisite pair of Art Deco cufflinks. Highly polished octagonal pieces of Onyx, each featuring a seed pearl at their center and a platinum surround. These cufflinks have 9ct yellow gold backs and each is connected with a cable link chain. A stunning pair of cufflinks. Size: 13mm x 13mm, weight: 2.9g each. Period: Art Deco Jewellery ( 1920 – 1935 ).
  • An exceptional oval cut citrine tie pin. This bright and vibrant citrine gemstone, weighting 4.7ct has flawless clarity and a beautiful depth of colour. November's birthstone citrine was very popular during the 19th century and was widely used in both jewellery and in intaglio work. This antique gemstone is set in rich 15ct gold employing a rub over setting and surrounded by a double border of twisted gold ropes. An elegant and understated piece of fine antique gentlemen's jewellery. All of our tie pins are sold with a stopper fitted to the point. Size: 78mm x 9mm, weight: 3.4g. Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • A classic onyx signet ring. An oval-cut black onyx gemstone set in rich 9ct yellow gold, creating a beautiful contrast between the gold and black. This is a traditional and timeless gentleman`s ring. Size : UK L, US 5.75, top section : 9mm x 12mm , weight : 2g. Period: Modern Jewellery ( the 1960s onwards ).
  • A classic onyx and diamond signet ring. An oval-cut onyx gemstone containing a single cut diamond mounted in a diamond shaped panel made of 9ct white gold, with the band being made from rich 9ct yellow gold. A very stylish piece of men`s vintage jewellery. Size 1; UK O, US 7.25, top section 10mm x 12mm, weight : 3.8g. This ring can be re-sized free of charge, upon request. Period: Modern Jewellery ( the 1960s onwards ).
  • An original pair of Art Deco cufflinks. These unusual pair of 1930s double ended cufflinks are gold plated and are finished with a fine geometric pattern known as engine turning. These rare cufflinks feature a spring-loaded chain attached to each end, allowing each cufflink to extend up to 3cm. This retractable mechanism is in perfect condition in each cufflink. They are both stamped with the patent number 44970 for retractable cufflinks. A very stylish pair of cufflinks. Size : 13mm in diameter, weight : 2.6g each. Period: Art Deco Jewellery ( 1920 – 1935 ).
  • A classic pair of Victorian cufflinks. Double cufflinks made from rich 12ct yellow gold, featuring engine turned decoration and connected with cable link chains. Designed, manufactured and signed by Henry Griffith & Sons of Birmingham, in the mid to late 1800s. An exquisite pair of antique cufflinks. Size: 19mm x 14mm, weight: 3.8g each. Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 - 1901 ).
  • An exquisite pair of Japanese Damascene cufflinks. A timeless scene of a traditional Japanese house near a bridge with Mount Fuji in the background is depicted on each cufflink. These beautiful intricate scenes are made of gold and silver inlay on black tile. Which is set in silver with a scalloped edge finish. A stunning pair of original 1950s cufflinks. Size: 16mm in diameter, weight: 3.4g each. Period: Mid-Century Jewellery ( the 1950s ).
  • An original pair of Art Deco Cufflinks. A depiction of a horse and rider has been carved into the back of rock crystal and then painted. This technique is called reverse intaglio or Essex crystal as it is also known. The technique was first developed in the mid-1800s and remained popular right up to the 1930`s. These cufflinks have been mounted in a gold tone setting, with small chains connecting them to torpedo toggles. A well made and stylish pair of vintage cufflinks. Size: 13mm x 16mm, weight: 3.3g each. Period: Art Deco Jewellery ( 1920 – 1935 ).
  • A striking pair of black onyx double cufflinks. A pair of black onyx gemstones have been mounted in a gold plated setting, with a fetter bar link connecting each cufflink. These onyx gemstones have been highly polished and as such have a beautiful reflective quality to them. A timeless pair of vintage cufflinks. Size: 10mm X 12mm, weight: 2.5g each. Period: Modern Jewellery ( the 1960s onwards ).
  • A bright sterling silver gentlemen's keepers ring. The top section of this ring features two rows of sterling silver spheres set on a double plait. This ring has hallmarks for Birmingham 1987 and is stamped with the maker's mark "D&W". A beautifully vintage ring. Ring size : UK size R, US size 8.75, width 9 mm, weight 5.3g. Period: Modern Jewellery ( the 1960s onwards ).
  • A pair of Stratton cufflinks made from paua shell and mounted in a silver and gold tone setting. Size: 21mm X 14mm, weight: 8g each. Period: Modern Jewellery ( 1960s onwards ).