• 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 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 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 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 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 ).
  • Pair of Windsor cufflinks with a horizontal stepped design and mounted in a goldtone setting. Size: 148mm X 18mm, weight: 8g each. Period: Modern Jewellery ( the 1960s onwards ).

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