London, South Kensington
8 September 2009
Five pairs of sleeve links and cufflinks
Comprising: a pair of early 19th century foiled circular colourless paste sleeve links in silver mounts; two early 19th century orange foiled paste buttons later mounted as sleeve links with chain link connections and opposing figure-of-eight links; four 19th century foiled colourless paste cluster buttons later mounted as sleeve links; a pair of early 20th century diamond and enamel cufflinks, each white enamel circular panel with blue enamel border and applied rose-cut openwork cluster, to chain link connections; and a pair of early 20th century gold and reverse painted crystal intaglio cufflinks, the oval panels painted to depict a daschund, to opposing marquise panels with chain link connections, hallmarked London 1909 (5)
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