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Richard the Lionheart torpedo cufflinks (circa 1900)


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CL071

eNum: 2414.DNN.1325

Unusual pair of Edwardian period gentleman’s torpedo cufflinks.
Made in England c1910 they are eighteen-carat yellow gold with each cufflink being decorated with an armorial enameled plaque depicting “gules three lions passant guardant in pale Or armed and langued Azure” in the Anglo-Norman style of the royal banner of King Richard.

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