9ct Gold Cufflinks, Deakin and Francis, 1958
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Description: - A set of Elizabeth II 9ct yellow gold 'Fan' style locking cufflinks by Deakin & Francis. The cufflinks are made to slide easily through the cufflink holes, then each end is unhinged and locked into place to hold the cufflinks together. Both cufflinks are UK hallmarked, stamped '9.375' to indicate 9ct gold, with the Birmingham assay office mark, and date letter 'J' to denote 1958. The cufflinks come with their original case.
Period: - Mid 20th Century.
Date: - 1958.
Engraving: - None.
Measurement: - The cufflinks measure 35.5mm in length (when not locked in place) x 13mm (fan width) x 3mm (depth).
Weight: - 6.7 grams / 0.22 troy ounces.
Condition: - The cufflinks are in good vintage condition. Light surface scratches, marks, and general patina present as would be expected with the age and usage of the set. The locking mechanism used to secure the cufflinks in place when worn is good and strong. The case is in good overall condition, with minor scuffs to the exterior. Please see photos for confirmation of condition.
Item No: - 1581.