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Dramatic Elk Cufflinks

Dramatic elk crashing through wall cufflinks. (J9106)


A seven-point elk crashes through the front of these intriguing, wonderfully sculpted cufflinks.  From the late Victorian era or early 1900s, these dramatic cufflinks were likely owned by a member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.  Beautifully crafted in 10kt gold, circa 1900.

Dramatic elk crashing through wall cufflinks. (J9106)

The backs of the cufflinks are well constructed with sturdy "Y" bridges connecting the fronts to the bean backs.  The backs of these cufflinks are almost as interesting and beautiful as the fronts.

Dramatic elk crashing through wall cufflinks. (J9106)

One of the bridges is marked "10" for the purity of the gold and stamped with an obscured maker's mark.  At the turn of the last century there were a number of makers of fine fraternal cufflinks and related accessories.

Dramatic elk crashing through wall cufflinks. (J9106)
Name:  Elk

Cost:  Although these elegant cufflinks have sold,  you will find many more fine cufflinks in the Antique Cufflink Gallery.

Measurements:  These 10kt gold cufflinks weigh a total of  3.1 grams.  The oval tops are  3/4" by  9/16".

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