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Offline aodemer

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Inherited Cufflink
« on: July 28, 2009, 05:27:30 PM »
Greetings everyone.  The necklace piece in the picture was originally a cufflink, the second of which is somewhere in another branch of the family.  It was given to my grandmother by her uncle who lived in Germany.  Her uncle was supposed to be a groundskeeper at one of properties of Czar Nicholas II.  The cufflinks were given to her uncle, who eventually gave one to his son and one to his niece.  At least that is the story I've been told.  Looking forward to any observations or input.  I'll try to get a picture of the reverse.

aleksandr pavlovich

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Re: Inherited Cufflink
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2009, 05:38:28 PM »
Just a bit of a reply:  From time to time in English antique sites, I have seen similiar pairs of cufflinks, with animals (usually dogs or horses), that are reputedly of the late Victorian or Edwardian eras.  Does this cufflink/pendant have any hallmarks or other markings?     AP
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