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SEVENTEEN PAIRS OF CUFFLINKS

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SEVENTEEN PAIRS OF CUFFLINKS
Designed as twin ribbed gold batons; malachite batons with boule terminals; hematite batons with boule terminals; ribbed gold batons with criss-cross centre; gold buttons with blue enamel thread; twin lapis lazuli batons; buff-top citrine and gold twin hexagon panels; cabochon amethysts; cabochon green tourmalines; twin engine-turned discs with black or white enamel borders; square-cut peridot panels in a hematite surround; heart-shaped coral panels with similar terminal; twin polished 14K gold buttons; carved moonstone smiling faces; twin hematite batons enclosed in a series of gold bands; and twin rust and opalascent enamel boules, the first eight pairs with French assay marks, the last three pairs with English assay marks (the first pair accompanied by four pairs of onyx batons and two pairs of hardstone batons) only four pairs illustrated
The first pair signed by Van Cleef & Arpels; the next four pairs signed by Hermès, Paris; the next pair unsigned; the following six pairs signed by Bulgari; the next pair signed by Seaman Schepps; the next pair signed by Tiffany & Co.; and the last pair signed by Asprey (17)
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