UNIQUE & RARE ANTIQUE JEWELLERY

  • VICTORIAN Cufflinks Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Bachelor Button Cufflinks
  • VICTORIAN Cufflinks Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Bachelor Button Cufflinks
  • VICTORIAN Cufflinks Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Bachelor Button Cufflinks
  • VICTORIAN Cufflinks Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Bachelor Button Cufflinks
  • VICTORIAN Cufflinks Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Bachelor Button Cufflinks

VICTORIAN

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Bachelor Button Cufflinks

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Antique Victorian cufflinks featuring a beautiful engraved pattern of bamboo and a bird. This type of cufflink was called solitaires and later renamed bachelor buttons. They were made by George West in 1872 in England. On the back of the cufflinks there is a spring action mechanism allowing for the two halves of the cufflink to come away from one another, this action was patented, as indicated by the words 'WEST'S PATENT'. The front of the cufflink is sterling silver while the rest of the piece is brass.

 

These pieces could be worn as cufflinks or worn in the lapels of a button down shirt.

 

ERA

Victorian, 1837-1901

 

MEASUREMENTS

The cufflinks measure 1.8cm / 0.7" in diameter and 1cm / 0.4" in thickness.

 

WEIGHT

9g

 

CONDITION

The cufflinks are in good antique condition.

 

SKU

8079

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