All too often when we think of jewelry, we think of ladies. But here at Vintages we have not forgotten jewelry for men. The well dressed gentleman sports a variety of adornments from rings and cuff links to tie pins and bracelets. We have a nice variety of all of these items, and more ...
|This photo of Benjamin Shambaugh (Founder of the Organization of American Historians) shows the well-dressed man of the early 1900s. He has a tie pin and a French cuff shirt with cuff links. (Photo from our files.)|
|Two late-Victorian gentlemen. The one on the left is wearing both a tie pin and a tie bar. The man on the right has a watch chain attached to the middle button of his vest.|
|Watch chains made from a variety of metals ($18 to $69 each)|
|Tie pins or stickpins from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These range in price from $18 to $95, depending on the metal and stone in the design.|
|A collection of Victorian, Edwardian, Art Deco and Mid-century Modern cuff links (from $42 each)|
Tie bars and clasps, rings and cuff links from the mid-20th century are also in our inventory.
|Tie bars or clasps (Clockwise from top left: Sterling & gold boot $69; 14k gold & jade $95; Swank cameo $28; Gold-filled picture agate $65)|
|A selection of men's sized rings in gold and silver with a variety of stones.|
See our selection of silver cigarette cases and other accessories.
In a contemporary vein, we have handcrafted and recent estate pieces, including money clips, key chain knives, belt buckles and gold and silver bracelets.
|Sterling silver cigarette cases. L: c1910 Edwardian silver case ($145); R: c1900 Russian Art Nouveau silver case ($496)|
|A collection of key chain folding knives from Santa Fe Stoneworks (from $65 to $75 each)|
|A selection of money clips, both new hand crafted and vintage (from $22)|
|One of our bracelets for men. This one is 14k gold with a nugget link design ($2250)|