A PAIR OF EMERALD AND DIAMOND CUFFLINKS - Each set with a modified rectangular-cut emerald, weighing approximately 4.44 and 3.28 carats, within an old European-cut diamond surround, joined by a chain to the platinum terminal, mounted in platinum
THE MAN IN THE MOON: A PAIR OF JEWELLED GOLD AND ENAMEL CUFFLINKS, FRIEDRICH KÖCHLI, ST PETERSBURG, LATE 19TH CENTURY each with a carved moonstone face within a crescent of rose- and circular-cut diamonds, the ground of translucent midnight blue enamel over hatched concentric engine-turning, scratched inventory number 31112, 56 standard diameter: 2.8cm, 1 1/8 in. Estimate 4,000 — 6,000 GBP LOT SOLD. 49,250 GBP
A PAIR OF 18 CARAT WHITE GOLD CITRINE AND DIAMOND CUFFLINKS, BY WILLIAM & SON Each composed of a circular panel set with a central circular-cut citrine within a calibré citrine and square scissor-cut diamond surround, to a stepped polished gold border, with angled bar link connection to an opposing matt gold oval panel, London hallmarks for 18ct gold, 2003
ROMANOV HEIRLOOMS: THE LOST INHERITANCE OF GRAND DUCHESS MARIA PAVLOVNA: A pair of jewelled gold cufflinks, maker's mark CS (Latin), St Petersburg, circa 1875, set with rose- and circular-cut diamond stars within a raised trellis set with cabochon emeralds.