Absolutely stunning Essex glass cufflinks have just arrived.
They were made using a special technique that involves reverse intaglio glass - a design is carved into the back of the glass, which is then painted and placed in a metal setting to create a unique and striking piece of jewellery.
These cufflinks were popular in late 19th and early 20th century England, often given as gifts to mark special occasions or as a sign of appreciation. They remain a popular choice for men who want to add a touch of elegance to their outfit.
They come in a wide range of designs, from traditional motifs such as sporting images and heraldic crests to more whimsical designs such as animals, flowers, and other natural scenes. The cufflinks we have just received are a fine example and are sure to please anyone who receives them as a gift.
The glass domes and gold plates are approximately 1cm in diameter.