A Classic Pair of Gold and Steel Button Cufflinks

A pair of two-tone cufflinks by Bulgari c.1970s, each single ended cufflink designed as a round four-holed button formed from a disc of steel set into a chunky 18ct yellow gold closed back frame with rounded edge and gold threaded between the button holes, to a bar link with hinged rectangular back. A stylish everyday pair of cufflinks that would doubtlessly prove a hard-working addition to any collection. These cufflinks have a lovely weight to them and the rounded edge and domed back make them highly tactile. The two-tone metal look is particularly en vogue at the moment so despite being fifty or so years old they remain highly wearable and have a contemporary feel to them.

Further Details

Condition ReportVery fine
Setting18ct yellow gold signed Bulgari and 18KT
Weight description30 grams
DimensionsEach button 1.9cm / 0.74" in diameter


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In 1880 a young Greek silversmith, Sotirios Boulgaris, arrived in Italy looking to build a new life. It didn’t take him long to establish himself and after a couple of false starts he opened his eponymous shop on Via Sistina in Rome in 1884.  He Italianised his name to Sotirio Bulgari and the firm that would eventually come to represent the very essence of ‘la dolce vita’ was born.

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