Late Victorian 18kt & Enamel Engine-Turned Cufflinks
A wonderful pair of gold and enamel cufflinks from the Late Victorian (ca1900) era! Made of vibrant 18kt yellow gold, each depicts 2 discs which have a fine engine-turned engraving on the front surface. A black enamel border encircles the face of each cufflink, adding a wonderful accent to the design. A yellow gold bar link connects the back of each circle together. A classic and very attractive pair of cufflinks, they would look fabulous worn by a man or woman!
Measurements: Each circle on the cufflinks has a diameter of approximately 5/8" and is 1/16” thick.
Condition: The overall condition of the cuff links is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the gold or enameling. The back of the gold cufflinks show some natural patina, which is normal for jewelry of the Victorian era.