Earrings 14kt Gold Posts Coin Silver From Edwardian Cufflinks Engraved English
This is a pair of earrings made from Edwardian silver cufflink made in England 1900-1910s that was turned into a pair of post earrings in the 1970s.
The cufflinks belonged to my grandfather when he emigrated from England to the US in 1904.
My husband, a professional Diamond setter and jeweler for 40 years, turned them into earrings in the 1970s.
Each earring is overall .75 of an inch long and the dangle is a square with rounded corners measuring .5 inches long by .5 inch wide with an art deco machine engraved pattern of straight and wavy lines.
The post and butterfly safety fitting are 14 kt white gold. Very cool!
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