c1910s-1920s Classic Pair 14k Gold Two Tone Cufflinks
Presented is a handsome pair of 14 karat gold cufflinks. These cufflinks date to
around the 1910s-1920s and are of American make. The cufflinks are done in
circular form, with the center in yellow gold and the rim in white gold or
platinum, for an attractive two-tone effect. The center portion has a subtle
design of a rosette inside a border of hanging garlands and ribbons, all against
a fine machine-turned textured background. The white rim is also decorated with
what looks like openwork at first glance, but is actually just a textured
are no breaks, no monograms, no monogram removals, and no repairs.
These cufflinks are stamped and guaranteed 14k on the connecting link, with a
maker's mark of WAB on the opposite side of the link.
Each cufflink head or button is about 5/8 of an inch in diameter.
The total weight for the pair is 11.3 grams.