Bold, layered pattern gleam in luxuriant 585 white gold. Hand-hammered for a shine that dances in the light. Rose gold toggle bar clasp. The cufflinks hallmarked by the Russian government assay office.
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The history of cufflinks corresponds to that of the button and button holes on men's shirt. The French cuff was created in the mid-17th century and requires fasteners. The cufflink, in its basic form, was introduced as a solution. They were only worn by members of the aristocracy and were fittingly designed as elaborate jewelry buttons. By the next century, cufflinks had grown in popularity and were worn by rising merchant class. As Queen Victoria ascended the throne, they became essential to men's fashion. Cufflinks made in this era were often simply gold or silver bars chained together by hollow linking. Growing demand during the first part of the 20th century (Art Deco fashion era) motivated manufactures to improve fastening devices. Throughout the Second World War, the past-war period and into the early 1970s, cufflinks remained a men's wardrobe staple, and some of the most classic cufflinks designs were created during this period. The designs with which a man chose to adorn his attire revealed much about his personality. Because of this inherent symbolism, cufflinks have maintained a stable and continuous popularity through centuries that is rarely seen among other types of jewelry.
Material: 585 (14kt) rose gold, 585 (14kt) white gold
Average weight: 7.43g (0.24 tr.oz)