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Lion Gold And Diamond Cufflinks

Art Nouveau 18 Karat Yellow Gold Lion Head and Diamond Cufflinks
Located in Cape May, NJ
Era: Art Nouveau Hallmarks: 18 Composition: 18K Yellow Gold Primary Stone: Diamond Primary Stone Carat Weight: .20 CTW Primary Stone Color: H-I Primary Stone Clarity: Vs1/2 P...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Cufflinks

Materials

Diamond, 18k Gold, Yellow Gold

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FRASCAROLO Diamond Enamel and Gold Lion Cufflinks
By Frascarolo
Located in New York, NY
Impressive cufflinks depicting a lion head, by Frascarolo. The cufflinks are made in 18k yellow gold, with emeralds and diamonds set on its face, and red and black enamel. Hallmark...
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Vintage 1970s Cufflinks

Materials

Diamond, Emerald, 18k Gold

Frascarolo Gold and Red Enamel Diamond Lion Cufflinks
By Frascarolo
Located in New York, NY
Frascarolo Gold And Red Enamel Diamond Lion Cufflinks Crafted in 18K gold; set with round-cut diamonds, weighing a total of approximately 0.20 carat; accented by round-cut emerald e...
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20th Century Modern Cufflinks

Materials

Diamond, Gold, Enamel

Vintage 18K Gold Enamel and Diamond Lion Head Cufflinks
Located in Cape May, NJ
Vintage 18K Gold Enamel & Diamond Lion Head Cufflinks. The cufflinks are in excellent estate condition and ready to wear. There is some very slight enamel loss to one of the lion chi...
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Late 20th Century Cufflinks

Materials

Diamond, 18k Gold

Antique Lion and Lioness Gold and Diamond Cufflinks
By Krementz & Co
Located in New York, NY
Antique cufflinks, with applied lion and lioness. The lion is on the front, holding a faceted diamond in his mouth. The smaller reverse side, connected with a bar, shows the liones...
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Antique Early 1900s Cufflinks

Materials

Diamond, 14k Gold

TIFFANY & CO. Emerald Diamond and Enamel Gold Lion Cufflinks
By Tiffany & Co.
Located in New York, NY
Handsome 18K yellow gold cufflinks by Tiffany & Co. They resemble a lion heads with round cut emerald eyes, diamonds in the mane, orange/brown enamel on the face, and the opposite en...
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Late 20th Century Cufflinks

Materials

Diamond, Emerald, 18k Gold

Tiffany & Co. Emerald Diamond and Enamel 18 Karat Gold Lion Cufflinks
By Tiffany & Co.
Located in New York, NY
Handsome 18K yellow gold cufflinks by Tiffany & Co. They resemble a lion heads with round cut emerald eyes, diamonds in the mane, enameled face, and the opposite end with a paw on to...
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Vintage 1980s Contemporary Cufflinks

Materials

Emerald, Diamond, 18k Gold, Enamel

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.