A Link to the Past
From gaudy, provocative designs to exquisite examples set in gold and embedded with precious gemstones, cufflinks are a sharp way to add flair to classic formalwear.Discover More
A good pair of 58.5% pure gold (or 585 parts pure gold to 415 parts other metals) More gold A movement within the arts between the two Great Wars (1920-1935) across Europe and the US, characterized by its clean, geometric designs. The aesthetic was intended to celebrate an age of progress and the modernity of the machine. More cufflinks set with an Aquamarine (from the Latin, “water from the sea”) is a blue variety of the mineral, beryl, of which emerald is the less durable but more prized green variety. Aquamarine was believed to protect sailors at sea and banish fear. More, Madeira Citrine (from the French for ‘lemon’) is a rare, yellow type of quartz, a semi-precious stone that ranges in colour from pale yellow to orange to golden brown. The best quality citrine is found in Brazil. More, The brown “smoky” variety of quartz. It ranges in colour from light greyish brown to deep black. Smoky Quartz can be opaque, but is usually transparent to translucent. Smoky Quartz is very common and has only recently become popular. More and an Amethyst is the purple variety of macrocrystalline quartz. From the Greek amethystos meaning 'a remedy against drunkedness', it was believed to prevent intoxication and ensure the wearer retains a clear head and quick wit. It was once considered as valuable as ruby, sapphire and emerald. More. They are smart and are as fashionable now as they were when they were made.
Buying antique jewellery is both ethical and eco-friendly as harmful and destructive mining processes are not needed to make an item yours. So give yourself a pat on the back!Find Out More