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These excellent oval cufflinks date from the early 20th century and have an ornate entwined double 'B' initial motif to the centre. They feature a fantastic combination of rich 18ct gold with bright red and white enamel with a black coronets to the centre of each. The coronet most likely denotes ownership by an English Earl, looking at the design of the crown detail. These are a figure eight link cufflink, made at the beginning of the 20th Century for a high-ranking English aristocrat. 


These cufflinks come in their original purplish red, Moroccan leather tooled box from 'Bowmans Ltd. London, England' making them ideal as a gift. 


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MEASUREMENTS – 17mm L x 13mm W


WEIGHT – 15.3g 


MATERIALS – 18ct gold white/red/black enamel 


HALLMARK – Marked '18' on each link and tested with a touchstone


CONDITION – The links are in very good condition; the enamel is undamaged. The chain links are solid and unworn. There are superficial scratches to the back of the cufflinks which is to be expected from pieces over 100 years old.

Early 20th Century 18ct Gold Double 'B' Enamel Cufflinks with Crowns in Box

  • 17mm L x 13mm W


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