Nicholas I Romanov Eagle Cufflinks by Marie Betteley
In gilded sterling silver, each depicting a Russian imperial eagle with downturned wings below a single Romanov crown in the Neoclassical version made famous by Tsar Nicholas I (1825-55).
Based on a European 19th-century cufflink design, each top link features rounded corners and beveled borders.
These are attached by a fixed curved section to smaller oval back links that flip down to slip easily into the cuff.
Designed by Marie Betteley, 2006.
Top links measure 3/4 in. x 1/2 in. (1.9 x 1.3 cm). Distance between top and back link: .6 in. (1.5 cm)
These cufflinks are also available in 18k gold for $2,200. Please contact dealer.