Made in the 1940s and designer signed Anson, these goldstone gemstone cufflinks were considered a premier Anson design. Olof Anderson was a Swedish immigrant who brought his unique jewelry making skills with him from the old world. In the 1940s, Anson ruled men's cufflink production in the US as his unique designs and quality construction was proven.
Anson used only top quality goldstone specimens with perfect microscopic gold flecking. The oval goldstone cabs are bezel set in concave oval frames. The frames are richly gold plated and textured in elegant machine etched linear designs.
Medium in size, the cufflinks are 7/8" or 24 mm long. The pair is in exceptional pristine clean like new condition with no imperfections or flaws. The gold is clean and bright with no wear and looks like new. The goldstone cabs are perfect with no scratches, scuffs, or dings. Both cufflinks are signed Anson.
Comes gift wrapped and shipped in a new luxury presentation cufflink box as pictured.