Edwardian 14kt Diamond Synthetic Emerald Cufflinks
A simply beautiful pair of cufflinks from the Edwardian (ca1910) era! Made of platinum-topped 14kt yellow gold, these double sided cufflinks have a lovely and delicate design. Each cufflink face has an elongated shield shape and is covered with a fine etched design, including engine turned detail in the center and a scrolled motif that graces the outside border. Resting in the center of each cufflink is a vivid green synthetic emerald on one side, and a sparkling diamond on the reverse side. The synthetic emerald is held in a diamond-shaped bezel, while the diamond is bead set in an octagonal box setting. Connecting the cufflinks together is a gold bar link in the back stamped "PLON 14K". The underside is also engraved with the serial number "484". A very distinguished pair of gentleman's cufflinks, they would look excellent worn on special occasions!
Measurements: Each cufflink face measures 7/8" tall and 1/2" wide. The space in between each cufflink measures 3/4" long.
Condition: The overall condition of the cufflinks is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the platinum-topped gold setting, and all four of the diamonds and faux emeralds are intact.