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We have for sale an attractive pair of heavy 9ct gold and enamel Masonic cufflinks.
The cufflinks are of a swivel T-bar form with the t-bar of each cufflink extending to a single rectangular leaf decorated with the square and compasses on a masonic blue enamel ground. The cufflinks carry full English hallmarks for Birmingham 1994 along with the makers mark WHM most probably for the Birmingham manufacturing jeweler W H Manton Ltd.
The cufflinks are in a very good condition other than the slight wear one would expect from 20 or so years of careful use. Do note that any apparent marks on the enamel are actually reflections arising during photography. The cufflink leaves are just over 1 cm long and the pair of cufflinks weigh a total of 6.69g by our electronic scales.
Width : 1 cm - 0.39 in
Penrose Antiques Ltd has clarified that the pair of 9ct gold & enamel masonic cufflinks (G0184 / LA84442) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 20th Century.
Very good condition other than the slight wear one would expect from 20 or so years of careful use.
The price includes Royal Mail shipping with full insurance and tracking
This item is located in West Yorkshire, United Kingdom.
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