An Unusual Pair of Gold and Sapphire Hinged Cufflinks

An unusual pair of 18ct gold and sapphire cufflinks by Cartier c.1972. Each cufflink is formed of two curved tapering bars, joined at one side with a hinged joint, the other ends of more bulbous form and overlapping, each with a single round sapphire cabochon set in the end. These lovely cufflinks have an unusual form, the curves are elegant and the cross over design is classic with a twist. They would work as well for day wear as for evening and would make a great addition to any cufflink collection.

Further Details

Gemstones and Other Materials4 x round sapphire cabochons estimated to weigh a combined total of approximately 0.8cts
Condition ReportVery fine
Setting18ct gold signed Cartier and with JC mark and UK import hallmarks for 1972
Weight description17 grams
DimensionsCufflinks 2.6cm long 1.5cm wide


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When Louis-François Cartier (1819-1904) opened his small jewellery store in Paris in 1847, he couldn’t have imagined that 170 years later his name would be synonymous worldwide with some of the finest jewellery ever created.  

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