Chrysoberyl Cats Eye Yellow Gold Cufflinks



1970s Chrysoberyl Cats Eye Yellow Gold Cufflinks

The 1970s Chrysoberyl Cats Eye Yellow Gold Cufflinks are a stunning example of vintage jewelry craftsmanship. These cufflinks, made from high-quality yellow gold, feature rare chrysoberyl Cat Eye gemstones that exhibit a unique optical phenomenon known as chatoyancy. This effect creates a mesmerizing band of light that moves across the surface of the stone, giving it the appearance of a cat's eye.

During the 1970s, yellow gold was a popular choice for fine jewelry due to its warm tone and durability. The use of Chrysoberyl Cats Eye gemstones in these cufflinks adds an extra level of sophistication and luxury to the design. These cufflinks would have been worn by a stylish man who appreciated fine craftsmanship and attention to detail.

Today, these cufflinks are highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts of vintage jewelry. Their timeless design and exquisite materials make them a valuable addition to any collection. The 1970s Chrysoberyl Catseye Yellow Gold Cufflinks serve as a reminder of the elegance and glamour of that era, making them a coveted piece for those who appreciate classic style.


 CATS EYES:  2  greenish chrysoberyl Cats Eye rounded stones weighing approximately 10 carats together.  Check out the eyes in the two videos.

 METAL: 18k yellow gold.

 WEIGHT: 14.1 grams

 MEASUREMENTS: 9/16" diameter.

CONDITION: high magnification photographs show considerable design details, and that these cufflinks are in very good condition, all consistent with age and wear. 

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