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9ct Gold Three Leaf Clover Cufflinks

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An unusual pair of 9ct gold cufflinks with three engraved three leaf clovers on all four sides. The clover, called a “shamrock” in Ireland is associated with Saint Patrick, Ireland’s patron saint, who is said to have used the plant as a metaphor for the Holy Trinity of the father, the son and the holy spirit. These cufflinks were made in Birmingham in 1905.

Written by Olly Gerrish
Date & OriginEdwardian (1901-1914), English
MeasurementsHeight 2cm
Width 1.1cm
ConditionVery Good
Hallmarks9. 375 (for 9ct gold)
Assayed in Birmingham 1905
Maker's mark "J A & S"
ProvenanceEnglish