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Vintage Mikimoto Cufflinks - Golf Motif with Pearls, 14k Yellow Gold

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I'm doing a Pluto purge! Clearing the closets and narrowing my life down to what I need. Partly to fund my ceramic work and also to meet my rent. These cufflinks have been sentimental as they belonged to my lovely grandfather. But they've merely been resting in my jewelry box. It's time that they shine on the wrist of some lucky gent.

Vintage Mikimoto golf motif 14k gold cufflinks
Mother of pearl face
Each pearl approx. 5mm
10.4 grams total weight


In 1893, Mikimoto's founder, Kokichi Mikimoto, successfully created the world's first cultured pearls.
Thanks to his accomplishment, the beauty of pearls, once mere products of chance, became available to people in all corners of the globe.
Ever since, Kokichi Mikimoto's dream of "adorning the necks of all women around the world with pearls" has lived on through Mikimoto, a company that has dedicated itself to the pursuit of beauty for over a century.



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Vintage Mikimoto Cufflinks - Golf Motif with Pearls, 14k Yellow Gold

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  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Gemstone: Pearl
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