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Nice-weight French horse-shoe cufflinks (circa 1910)

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eNum: 0615.CPWC.2529

Wonderful and unusual pair of cufflinks made in France c1910.
They are set in a fine eighteen-carat yellow gold settings and are made in the form of a horseshoe, with old round-cut diamonds insets in the horseshoe representing the nails being put in the foot of the horse.
They have clips at the back, so they are very accessible and easy to wear. And a nice weight of cufflinks too.

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