This is a very good looking pair of silver and cabochon amber cufflinks, c. 1960s. Probably Danish, they are marked "835S" and signed "EF". The cufflinks are in excellent condition and measure 13/16" x 5/8".
This is a wonderful pair of sterling silver cufflinks by Fenwick & Sailors, c. 1950s. They depict the famous Penny Black stamp with an oxidised silver ground and raised design. They are in excellent condition and measure 7/8" x 3/4". The cufflinks are signed "One Penny Black, Sterling F&S".
This is a wild pair of Mexican sterling cufflinks with blue heart-shaped glass stone. They have an oxidised silver ground with overlaid openwork design. The cufflinks date to the 1940s and are in excellent condition. They measure 7/8" x 7/8" and are signed "Sterling, Mexico, 925" with maker's mark "R.S.S".
A finely crafted pair of handpainted porcelain and silver cufflinks by Toshikane, Japan, c. 1960s. The faces depict a pagoda with snow-capped mountain in the background. They measure 3/4" x 5/8" and are in excellent condition. Signed "Toshikane Japan, Silver".
An interesting pair of sterling cufflinks in the form of a maze. Made in Mexico in the 1950s, these have sterling tops and alpaca toggle backs. They measure 11/16" x 5/8" and are in excellent condition.
An unusual pair of sterling cufflinks by Hickok, c. 1950s, in the form of purses. They have oxidised silver bodies with etched polished flap and are in excellent condition. They measure 3/4" x 1/2" and are signed Hickok, USA and test sterling silver.
A classic pair of Art Deco silver and enamel cufflinks, c. 1920s. They have white guilloche enamel with black enamel border. The cufflinks are in really excellent condition with no damage to the enamel. They measure 5/8" x 7/16" and are marked "silver".
Sterling pheasants on black, possibly ebony, ground by Fenwick & Sailors. These cufflinks measure 7/8" x 7/8" and are in excellent condition with toggle backs. They are signed "Fenwick & Sailors, Sterling".
A great pair of sterling silver cufflinks in the form of horses by Fenwick & Sailors, c. 1960. They measure 15/16" x 7/8", have toggle backs and are in excellent condition. Signed "Fenwick & Sailors, Sterling".