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Cartier Art Deco Enamel Gold Cufflinks, circa 1925
By Cartier
Located in London, GB
A pair of Art Deco Cartier enamel cufflinks, with a central dark blue, guilloche enamel flower, with green guilloche enamel dots, between the petals, on a white enamel background, su...
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Vintage 1920s French Art Deco Cufflinks

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18k Gold, Enamel

Large Cartier Art Deco Travel Interest Diamond 18K Gold Orient Express Cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in New York, NY
Striking, large Art Deco Cartier Orient Express diamond and 18K gold vintage cufflinks. First half of 20th Century The legendary Paris to Istanbul Orient Express, synonymous with lux...
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20th Century French Art Deco Cufflinks

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Diamond, 18k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Deco Cartier Paris 18 Karat Yellow White Gold Black Enamel Cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in Munich, Bavaria
Elegant geometric pair of two colour 18 karat gold cufflinks signed "Cartier Paris" with black enamel detailing.
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Vintage 1930s French Art Deco Cufflinks

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18k Gold, White Gold, Yellow Gold, Enamel

Cartier Paris Art Deco Gold Rope-Edge Fan Cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in New York, NY
Handsome 18K yellow gold fan cufflinks by Cartier, circa 1940s. They resemble fans, with twisted rope on both ends. Beautifully made. Hallmarks: Cartier, 750, reference numbers, F...
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Vintage 1940s Cufflinks

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18k Gold

CARTIER PARIS Art Deco Yellow Gold Coin-Edge Fan Cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in New York, NY
Handsome 18k yellow gold fan cufflinks by Cartier Paris, circa 1930s. They resemble thick fans with a coin-like edge. Beautifully made. Hallmarks: Cartier Paris, French 18K gold a...
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Vintage 1930s Cufflinks

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18k Gold

Cartier Art Deco Moonstone, Sapphire and Diamond Cufflinks and Studs, Circa 1920
By Cartier
Located in New York, NY
Moonstone, Sapphire, Diamond & Rock Crystal Cufflink and Stud Set; Cartier, Paris; Ca1920 with original fitted Cartier box
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Vintage 1920s French Art Deco Cufflinks

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Diamond, Moonstone, Sapphire, 18k Gold, Platinum

Cartier Lapis Lazuli and Coral Interchangeable Baton Cufflink Set
By Cartier
Located in London, GB
A vintage set of interchangeable baton cufflinks, signed Cartier. Featuring an 18K yellow gold terminal which holds a faceted baton of lapis lazuli or coral which can be changed dep...
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1990s French Art Deco Cufflinks

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Coral, Lapis Lazuli, Yellow Gold, 18k Gold

Cartier Magnificent Art Deco Sapphire Diamond Cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in Kortrijk, BE
A rare and magnificent pair of Art Deco sapphire and diamond cufflinks by Cartier, designed as flexible octagonal panels, set with cabochon cut and calibré cut sapphires and round c...
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Vintage 1920s Art Deco Cufflinks

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Blue Sapphire, Diamond, 18k Gold, Platinum

Cartier Gold and Sapphire Melon- Shaped Cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in New York, NY
These fluted melon shaped cuff-links, each centering a collet-set sapphire, are elegant, refined, and very stylish - a great pair of Cartier cuff-links, correct for any occasion.
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20th Century British Art Deco Cufflinks

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Sapphire, 18k Gold

Cartier Paris Gold Platinum Art Deco Cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in London, GB
A pair of Cartier Art Deco cufflinks, mounted in 18ct yellow gold, with platinum decorative bars. Circa 1930, signed Cartier Paris, numbered 06464.
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Vintage 1930s French Art Deco Cufflinks

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18k Gold, Platinum, Yellow Gold

Cartier Gold Cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in London, GB
A pair of Cartier gold cufflinks, mounted in 18ct gold, with a white gold ring on a gold background, with engraved lines, signed Cartier, numbered 812, with solid decorative bar fitt...
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Vintage 1930s Unknown Art Deco Cufflinks

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Yellow Gold, 18k Gold, White Gold

Cartier 18 Carat Gold Stirrup Cufflinks, circa 1935
By Cartier
Located in Napoli, Italy
An elegant pair of gold and sapphire stirrup cufflinks by Cartier c.1935, each double ended link with hinged stirrup at either end. An excellent flip-up mechanism, very easy to put o...
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Mid-20th Century French Art Deco Cufflinks

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18k Gold, Gold

Cartier Gold Double-Sided Cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in New York, NY
Classic 18K yellow gold cufflinks. Made and signed by CARTIER. Double-sided, with deep ribbed pattern on all four sides. 1/2" x 3/8." Solid, handsome and polished. Alice Kwa...
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Vintage 1930s British Art Deco Cufflinks

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18k Gold

Cartier Cigar & Match Cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in London, GB
An exceptional pair of Cartier Art Deco cigar and match cufflinks, with enamelled cigars and match heads, mounted in 18ct gold, with chain links. Each cigar is set with an old-cut d...
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Vintage 1920s French Art Deco Cufflinks

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Diamond, 18k Gold, Yellow Gold

Cartier, Pair of 18 Karat Gold Blue and Green Enameled Cufflinks, circa 1920
By Cartier
Located in Paris, FR
Stunning Pair of Cartier Cufflinks from the 1920's, with an extremely modern geometric design. Cartier, Pair of Cufflinks, Circa 1920 18k Gold (Marked), Blue and Green Enamel. Signed...
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Vintage 1920s French Art Deco Cufflinks

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18k Gold

CARTIER PARIS Diamond & Sapphire Cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in New Orleans, LA
These elegant Art Deco cufflinks from the famed jewelry house of Cartier are the pinnacle of taste. Crafted in a sleek geometrical motif, these links boast cabochons of deep blue sap...
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Early 20th Century Art Deco Cufflinks

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Diamond, Sapphire, 18k Gold, Platinum

Cartier Fine Sapphire Cuff and Stud Set
By Cartier
Located in Aspen, CO
9.8 cts of fine Burma quality sapphires are set into this platinum and 18K yellow gold gentleman's set by Cartier. Each piece is signed and numbered. C. 1950
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Vintage 1950s Swiss Art Deco Cufflinks

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Blue Sapphire, 18k Gold, Platinum

Antique 1925 Cartier Art Deco Onyx and Diamond 18 Karat Cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in Miami, FL
These magnificent antique Art Deco Cartier cufflinks, circa 1925, were crafted in platinum and bright 18K yellow gold on the back. Each circular onyx panel is set to the center w...
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Vintage 1920s French Cufflinks

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Diamond, Onyx, 18k Gold

Cartier 18 Karat Gold and Enamel Cufflinks, French, circa 1925
By Cartier
Located in New York, NY
18Kt Gold & Enamel Art Deco Cufflinks; Cartier, France; Ca1925
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Vintage 1920s French Art Deco Cufflinks

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18k Gold, Enamel

cartier Enamel and Gold Cufflinks, circa 1940
By Cartier
Located in London, GB
A pair of Cartier, enamel and gold cufflinks, with red and black cloisonné enamel, in a geometric pattern, mounted in 18ct gold, signed Cartier and numbered 29, in a Cartier red box,...
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Vintage 1940s American Art Deco Cufflinks

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18k Gold

Cartier Platinum Diamond, Bloodstone and gold cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in Aspen, CO
Signed and numbered Cartier, New York, these back to back cuff-links of natural Blood-stone centers a European cut diamond set in platinum and backed in 18K gold. Pierre/Famille, ...
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Early 20th Century American Art Deco Cufflinks

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Agate, Diamond, 18k Gold, Platinum

Cartier Paris Diamond Enamel Platinum-Topped 18 Karat Gold Men's Cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Link style cufflinks with circular disks at each end Featuring a striped design of white enamel alternating with engraved gold; exhibiting minimal loss Surrounded by a halo of sing...
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Vintage 1920s Art Deco Cufflinks

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Diamond, Gold, Platinum, Enamel

Cartier Paris Retro 18 Karat Gold Cuff Links
By Cartier
Located in New York, NY
Cartier Paris Retro 18 Karat yellow gold cufflinks signed Cartier, numbered, with French hallmarks and makers marks. Masterfully hand-crafted with a machine-age design of grooved rib...
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Vintage 1940s French Art Deco Cufflinks

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18k Gold

Art Deco Onyx and Diamond Dress Set, Cased by Cartier
By Cartier
Located in London, GB
A spectacular Art Deco onyx and diamond dress set in platinum and yellow gold, cased by Cartier, French, circa 1920. The set is composed of a pair of cufflinks, four shirt studs an...
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Vintage 1920s French Art Deco Cufflinks

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Diamond, Onyx, 18k Gold, Rose Gold, Yellow Gold, Platinum

Cartier Sapphire and Gold Cuff Links
By Cartier
Located in New York, NY
Dating from the Art Deco period, these circular gold cuff links are set with sapphire cabochons. Designed as double links, each engine-turned disk centers a bezel-set sapphire caboch...
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Vintage 1920s English Art Deco Cufflinks

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Sapphire, Gold, 18k Gold

Cartier Cabochon Sapphire Art Deco Gold Cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in New York, NY
Art Deco 14K gold cufflinks with cabochon sapphire by Cartier. Hallmarks: CARTIER/ 4238/ 14K
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Early 20th Century American Art Deco Cufflinks

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18k Gold

CARTIER Art Deco Airplane Gold Double Cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in New York, NY
Cartier Art Deco gold double cufflinks silhouetted with two views of a propeller plane.
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Vintage 1930s French Cufflinks

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18k Gold

Cartier Gold Fan Cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in New York, NY
A exceptional pair of 18kt yellow gold cufflinks by Cartier. Designed in an open fan motif with a ridged surface. These handsome cufflinks are solid and have a nice weight. Signed Ca...
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Vintage 1940s French Art Deco Cufflinks

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18k Gold

CARTIER Gold Cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in New York, NY
French Art Deco 18kt Gold Cufflinks by Cartier. Hallmarks: 18kt gold/ CARTIER PARIS/ maker's poincon/ 017057
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Early 20th Century French Art Deco Cufflinks

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18k Gold

  • CARTIER Gold Cufflinks
  • CARTIER Gold Cufflinks
  • CARTIER Gold Cufflinks
  • CARTIER Gold Cufflinks
H 5/16" in. W 9/16" in.
Rare CARTIER Yellow Gold & Lapis Cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in Southampton, NY
From Cartier, rare cufflinks of rich ultramarine-blue, cut-in lapis lazuli stone paired with brilliant 18K yellow gold.
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Early 20th Century French Art Deco Cufflinks

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Lapis Lazuli, 18k Gold

Cartier Cufflinks Stepped Design in 18 Karat Gold and Diamond, French circa 1960
By Cartier
Located in London, GB
1960’s vintage Cartier double sided cufflinks in 18 karat yellow gold. Square in shape with a stepped design and a single square cut central diamond. Of heavy weight and signed CARTI...
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Vintage 1960s French Art Deco Cufflinks

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Diamond, Gold, 18k Gold, Yellow Gold

Cartier of Paris, Ruby and Diamond Gold Cufflinks,original case, c,1920
By Cartier
Located in London, GB
A fine pair of yellow gold cufflinks with Burma rubies of excellent colour, with two rose cut diamonds around the edge in platinum, signed Cartier of Paris, in original case. French ...
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Vintage 1920s French Art Deco Cufflinks

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Ruby, 18k Gold

Elegant Pair of CARTIER cuff links
By Cartier
Located in New York, NY
Elegant pair of Cartier 18K yellow gold and sapphir cuff links; numbered (03619),signed Cartier, set with 4 sapphires.
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Early 20th Century British Art Deco Cufflinks

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18k Gold

Elegant Pair of CARTIER cuff links
W 1.181 in. Dm 0.590 in.
Cufflinks Cartier Sapphire and Diamond with Two Matching Studs, circa 1930
By Cartier
Located in London, GB
Pair of cut cornered square shaped Cufflinks by Cartier with two matching studs,set with six ,baguette cut sapphires,and four,brilliant cut diamonds,mounted in white gold and in orig...
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Vintage 1920s British Art Deco Cufflinks

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Diamond, Sapphire, 18k Gold

Cartier Paris Gold Cufflinks
By Cartier
Located in Phoenix, AZ
A fine and rare pair Cartier cufflinks. Signed, numbered and hallmarked yellow gold items appropriate for any collection.
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Vintage 1950s French Art Deco Cufflinks

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18k Gold

  • Cartier Paris Gold Cufflinks
  • Cartier Paris Gold Cufflinks
  • Cartier Paris Gold Cufflinks
  • Cartier Paris Gold Cufflinks
W 0.48 in. L 0.99 in.
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Cartier Art Deco 18k Gold Cufflinks For Sale on 1stDibs

On 1stDibs, there are many options to choose from in our inventory of cartier art deco 18k gold cufflinks. Frequently made of Gold, 18k Gold and Platinum, these items were constructed with great care. Our collection, which features older pieces for sale from the 20th Century and newer versions made as recently as the 20th Century, has proven very popular over the years. There are many different pieces in our collection of cartier art deco 18k gold cufflinks to choose from, but Art Deco cartier art deco 18k gold cufflinks are of considerable interest. Lovers of these pieces agree that it’s a versatile accessory, but a selection from our variety of 10 Diamond versions can add an especially stylish touch. Today, if you’re looking for cabochon cartier art deco 18k gold cufflinks and are unable to find the perfect match, our selection also includes round cut and emerald cut alternatives. There aren’t many items for women in our collection of cartier art deco 18k gold cufflinks, as most of the options available are for men.

How Much are Cartier Art Deco 18k Gold Cufflinks?

On average, cartier art deco 18k gold cufflinks at 1stDibs sell for $7,096, while they’re typically $2,400 on the low end and $38,000 for the highest priced versions of this item.

Cartier Biography and Important Works

For its extraordinary range of bracelets, watches, rings and other adornments, French luxury house Cartier is undeniably one of the most well known and internationally revered jewelers in the world among clients both existing and aspirational.

Perhaps 1847 was not the ideal time to open a new watchmaking and jewelry business, as the French Revolution was not kind to the aristocracy who could afford such luxuries. Nevertheless, it was the year Louis-François Cartier (1819–1904) — who was born into poverty — founded his eponymous empire, assuming control of the workshop of watchmaker Adolphe Picard, under whom he had previously been employed as an assistant. Of course, in the beginning, it was a relatively modest affair, but by the late 1850s, Cartier had its first royal client, Princess Mathilde Bonaparte, niece of Napoleon Bonaparte, who commissioned the jeweler to design brooches, earrings and other accessories.

Under the leadership of Louis-François’s son, Alfred, who took over in 1874, business boomed. Royalty around the world wore Cartier pieces, including Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, the Maharaja of Patiala and King Edward VII, who had 27 tiaras made by the jewelry house for his coronation in 1902 and issued Cartier a royal warrant in 1904. (Today, the British royal family still dons Cartier pieces; Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, regularly sports a Ballon Bleu de Cartier watch.)

Cartier’s golden years, however, began when Alfred introduced his three sons, Louis, Pierre and Jacques, to the business. The brothers expanded Cartier globally: Louis reigned in Paris, Pierre in New York and Jacques in London, ensuring their brand’s consistency at their branches across the world. The trio also brought in such talents as Charles Jacqueau and Jeanne Toussaint.

One of Cartier’s earliest major successes was the Santos de Cartier watch — one of the world's first modern wristwatches for men. (Previously, a large number of people were using only pocket watches.) Louis designed the timepiece in 1904 for his friend, popular Brazilian aviator Alberto Santos-Dumont, who wanted to be able to check the time more easily while flying.

Cartier’s other famous timepieces include the Tank watch, which was inspired by the linear form of military tanks during World War I, and the so-called mystery clocks. Invented by watchmaker and magician Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin and later crafted exclusively for Cartier in the house’s workshop by watchmaker Maurice Couët, the mystery clocks were so named because the integration of glass dials on which the clocks’ hands would seemingly float as well as structures that are hidden away within the base give the illusion that they operate without machinery.

On the jewelry side of the business, Cartier’s internationally renowned offerings include the Tutti Frutti collection, which featured colorful carved gemstones inspired by Jacques’s trip to India and grew in popularity during the Art Deco years; the panthère motif, which has been incorporated into everything from brooches to rings; and the Love bracelet, a minimal, modernist locking bangle inspired by medieval chastity belts that transformed fine jewelry.

While the Cartier family sold the business following the death of Pierre in 1964, the brand continues to innovate today, renewing old hits and creating new masterpieces.

On 1stDibs, find a growing collection of contemporary and vintage Cartier watches, engagement rings, necklaces and other accessories.

A Close Look at art-deco Jewelry

Fascination with the Jazz Age is endless, and even today jewelry designers continue to be inspired by authentic Art Deco jewelry and watches.

The Art Deco period, encompassing the 1920s and ’30s, ushered in a very distinct look in the design of jewelry. There were many influences on the jewelry of the era that actually began to take shape prior to the 1920s. In 1909, Serge Diaghilev brought the Ballet Russes to Paris, and women went wild for the company’s exotic and vibrant costumes It’s no wonder, then, that jade, lapis lazuli, coral, turquoise and other bright gemstones became all the rage. There already existed a fascination with the East, particularly China and Japan, and motifs consisting of fans and masks started to show up in Art Deco jewelry.

However, the event that had the greatest influence on Deco was the excavation of the tomb of King Tut in 1922. When the world saw what was hidden in Tut’s burial chamber, it sent just about everyone into a frenzy. Pierre Cartier wrote in 1923 that “the discovery of the tomb will bring some sweeping changes in fashion jewelry.” And he couldn’t have been more right. “Egyptomania” left an indelible mark on all of the major jewelry houses, from Cartier to Van Cleef & Arpels, Boucheron and Georges Fouquet. (Cartier created some of the most iconic jewelry designs that defined this era.)

While a lot of Art Deco jewelry was black and white — the black coming from the use of onyx or black enamel and the white from rock crystal and diamonds — there is plenty color in jewelry of the era. A perfect accent to diamonds in platinum settings were blue sapphires, emeralds and rubies, and these stones were also used in combination with each other.

Many designers employed coral, jade and lapis lazuli, too. In fact, some of the most important avant-garde jewelers of the period, like Jean Després and Jean Fouquet (son of Georges), would combine white gold with ebony and malachite for a jolt of color.

A lot of the jewelry produced during this time nodded to current fashion trends, and women often accessorized their accessories. The cloche hat was often accented with geometric diamond brooches or double-clip brooches. Backless evening dresses looked fabulous with sautoir necklaces, and long pearl necklaces that ended with tassels, popular during the Edwardian period, were favored by women everywhere, including Coco Chanel.

Find unique Art Deco necklaces, earrings, bracelets and other jewelry on 1stDibs.

Finding the Right Cufflinks for You

Cufflinks rose to popularity during the 1800s as fashionable men sought a refined and elegant solution for keeping their shirtsleeves together. Prior to this accessory, which initially materialized as a simple chain fastened to a button, men were lacing the ends of their sleeves with ribbon or string. Today, there are all manner of antique and vintage cufflinks that add flair and functionality to relaxed casual wear as much as they do for classy formal attire.

It wasn’t long before diamonds, emeralds and other precious gemstones began to appear on cufflinks, a means of adding ornament to clean and starched formal wear. When clothing manufacturers began to produce shirt cuffs and collars with more durable materials during the 19th century, a class of newer, stronger cufflinks gained credibility as being both essential and stylish. In the decades following this era’s design evolution, an entire industry bloomed around the craft of these subtle statement pieces.

Luxury brands more often associated with engagement rings and bracelets, such as Cartier and Tiffany & Co., have added cufflinks to their lines over the years, and jewelry designers, working in numerous styles, have explored the use of different materials and integrated a variety of ornamentation. Understated cufflinks of gold and platinum are guaranteed to cleanly complement any ensemble, while more niche designs allow the jewels to truly shine.

Cufflinks are practical pieces of jewelry that can also be very expressive. Consider the event for which you’re donning cufflinks and accessorize accordingly, but know that a distinctive pair of cufflinks, such as the colorful confections offered by Trianon, can pop against your dressy evening wear. Whether they’re geometric wonders of the Art Deco era, reliably relevant skull jewels or glittering accessories designed by Van Cleef & Arpels, adorned with the maison’s celebrated four-leaf clover or prominent animal motifs, you can delicately break from what can be a stuffy business meeting by introducing personality and pizzazz with a duo of nifty cufflinks.

A carefully chosen set of cufflinks can bring a stylish outfit together — literally. Find a large, luxurious collection of contemporary cufflinks as well as irresistible vintage pieces on 1stDibs today.

Questions About Cartier
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 22, 2021
    Most Cartier watches are quartz, but the iconic Tank watch is automatic. While quartz watches work due to a pre-installed battery, automatic watches use a spring system and are self-winding.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 22, 2021
    A Cartier engagement ring can cost between $3,000 and $800,000. The price depends on the diamond's carat weight and quality.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 22, 2021
    Cartier pieces may be cheaper in Paris than they are in the U.S., but that's because of the exchange rate. Cartier doesn't price the pieces depending on the country.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Yes, Cartier watches are considered luxury watches. Cartier is a noted jeweler, taking that attention to detail and access to high-quality metals and jewels to their watches—they spare no expense and are highly desirable. On 1stDibs, find a collection of authentic Cartier watches from some of the world’s top sellers.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 22, 2021
    As one of the top luxury jewelry houses in the world, Cartier uses some of the finest quality materials. The company uses 18k gold in their jewelry and real diamonds.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 22, 2021
    The price of Cartier bracelets varies based on age, condition, and rarity. The least expensive versions of the Cartier Love bracelet, for example, can still cost around $4,000. On 1stDibs, there is a variety of Cartier bracelets for sale.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 22, 2021
    Cartier rose gold doesn't tarnish but over many years of wearing, rose gold generally is said to become darker. Rose gold allegedly becomes slightly yellower in tone, toward a traditional gold.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 22, 2021
    Today, the Cartier symbol, or logo, is the luxury house's name written in a clean serif font that mimics cursive handwriting. Typically, the logo is either black on white or white on a black background. Its refined and understated appearance references the high standards that have long been associated with this celebrated brand.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Cartier is famous for producing jewelry and watches out of rare and luxury-grade materials and creating innovative designs, often packed with symbolism. Some of the jeweler's most famous pieces include the modern Love and Trinity bracelets and its custom-made antique and vintage jewelry like the Crocodile and Patiala necklaces. Find a range of Cartier jewelry and watches on 1stDibs.