These Edwardian 9ct Gold cufflinks are the ultimate gentleman's accessory.
Hand engraved ivy leaves decorate the curved oval surfaces catching the light in the most luxurious way.
Handcrafted during the Edwardian era, these antique cufflinks are fully hallmarked making them a wonderful collector's piece and sure to be a welcome gift or treat for yourself.
Steeped in romantic symbolism with the ivy leaf representing friendship, fidelity and marriage, these antique cufflinks would make a wonderful choice for a wedding or anniversary gift.
ERA: Edwardian c.1902
MEASUREMENTS: Each oval measures 16mm long x 11mm wide
Weight: 1.7g each, 3.4g combined
MATERIALS: 9ct Yellow Gold
HALLMARKS: Maker's Mark "C.E.W", "9", "375", Birmingham Assay, date letter "c" for the year 1902
These Edwardian 9ct Gold cufflinks are in superb antique condition. The engravings are deep and clear with no signs of wear. It's worth noting that there is a minor ding to one of the components but this is barely noticeable. Ready to be worn or gifted straight away!