Edwardian 9K Gold & Tiger’s Claw Cufflinks
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A nice pair of Edwardian cufflinks featuring tiger’s claws set into simple 9K yellow gold settings. Tiger claw jewelry is often very ornate, but the simplicity of these settings ensure that the cufflinks can be more easily worn. Tiger claw jewelry became popular following Queen Victoria’s proclamation as Empress of India and continued to remain popular through the early years of the 20th century. They were most frequently souvenirs taken by big game hunters. Each cufflink is marked on the claw mountin and on the back face with a 9K hallmark. Origin: England, ca. 1910. Condition: excellent. Size: 1-1/4” long. Weight: 5.8 gr. NOTE: This item cannot be shipped outside the United States.
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- Ca. 1910
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