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Double Headed Eagle on Cufflinks - Toledo Spanish Work Circa 1960s - 1970s (Sold)

 The double headed Eagle is often associated with Russian things but it has associations with heraldry and has been used in many countries throughout history.  These stylish cufflinks are Spanish in origin so the double headed eagles that grace them are more Charles the First of Spain than anything from Russia or elsewhere! Toledo work ( inlay on steel or Damascene ) was originally used to decorate swords. It then was the perfect traditional way to decorate all kinds of jewellery for souvenir and Spanish wear. Here on this smart pair of cufflinks the blackened steel is the perfect foil for the golden metal double headed eagle. The steel plaques have been mounted in a plated metal surround and the back bar and swing part of the link is also gold plated.  The eagle panel is a four sided shape but it is not regular and the measurement for the top of the cufflink is approx 16 mm by 2 cms.  These cufflinks are in excellent condition and look extremely smart for evening or day wear.

JEWELLERY DETAILS

Designer or Brand: None but these are traditional TOLEDO work

Country of Origin: Spain

Condition: Excellent

Decade: 1960s to 1970s

Era: Vintage (1920’s - 1980’s)

Type: Cufflinks

Material: Steel inlaid with gold colour metal.

£32.00
Apologies, THIS ITEM IS SOLD.
Double Headed Eagle on Cufflinks - Toledo Spanish Work Circa 1960s - 1970s   (Sold)
Double Headed Eagle on Cufflinks - Toledo Spanish Work Circa 1960s - 1970s   (Sold) Double Headed Eagle on Cufflinks - Toledo Spanish Work Circa 1960s - 1970s   (Sold) Double Headed Eagle on Cufflinks - Toledo Spanish Work Circa 1960s - 1970s   (Sold) Double Headed Eagle on Cufflinks - Toledo Spanish Work Circa 1960s - 1970s   (Sold)

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