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Ruby and Diamond Cuff Links


These late Edwardian, early Art Deco cuff links dating from approximately 1910-1920 are composed of 18K gold, fancy-cut rubies and diamonds.  Each is designed as a circular form centering an infinity knot channel-set with fancy-cut rubies flanked by old mine-cut diamond melee, joined by trace link chain to a tapering baton link. With their beautiful materials and workmanship, combined with a subtle symbol of eternal love, these cuff links offer understated luxury suitable for gifting or a present to self.


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Item #: CS-19819
Country: England
Circa: 1910-1920
Size:  0.50” diameter x 0.875” length 
Materials: 12 fancy-cut rubies (approximate total weight 0.70 carat); 4 old mine-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 0.08 carat); 18K gold

Indissoluble knots have been a popular motif in jewelry since Hellenistic times, when men and women wore gold and gem-set arm bands and garter jewels designed as Heraklean knots, which symbolized the unbreakable.