Men’s jewellery now includes the traditional and so much more.
Men’s jewellery has traditionally included cufflinks, cufflink and stud sets for formal occasions, stick pins, tie pins and tie bars and tacks for wearing in lapels or with ties, watches both pocket and wrist and watch chains although currently these are often worn as neck chains or bracelets ,and dress or signet rings. Increasingly men also include brooches and bracelets in their jewellery wardrobes. Jewellery from the Victorian, Edwardian and Art Deco eras offer exciting, individual and well made examples of these jewels. James Alfredson carries a wide range of these jewels, some of which but not all are featured on the website. James Alfredson also carries in its Men’s Section silver accessories – boxes, clothes brushes and cocktail shakers and drinks accessories such as swizzle sticks from the Art Deco and also Victorian and Edwardian eras. We also carry at times special pieces such as the large antique Florentine ebony and pietra dura gambling casket.
A particularly sharp pair of cufflinks of quintessential Art Deco design and colours for the man about town.
2001 2564See Detail
Blue and silver striped cufflinks are the essence of casual nonchalance.
2001 2557See Detail
Cufflinks maketh an outfit - and a man.
2001 2571See Detail
A superb example of traditional Scottish jewellery with the agate finely carved and the brooch beautifully made with elegant proportions. A lovely addition to your brooch collection.
2001 2632See Detail
A very special, unique and distinguished antique signet ring.
2001 1888See Detail
Guinness cuff links and buttons / studs depicting the zoo keeper and his animals. Always a conversation opener.
2000 6365See Detail
This finely engraved Maltese Cross fob makes a superb pendant to wear every day.
2001 2106See Detail
A contemporary statement filed curb link men’s bracelet certain to impress.
2001 2045See Detail
Superb fluidity and weightiness with a wonderfully chunky evocative appearance.
2001 2038See Detail
An unusual and striking colour make these traditional Art Deco cufflinks uniquely desirable.
A distinctive colour, perfect enamel and classic oval double cuff links for the discerning man.
A delightful and perennially popular antique animal brooch.
2001 1475See Detail
A distinguished set for a distinguished man by a distinguished jeweller.
Another very cool bracelet- with original clasp.
2001 2601See Detail
Red cufflinks are always an effective accent. Foiling adds individuality.
2001 0609See Detail
Art Deco double face engraved Art Deco gold cufflinks- a must in a man’s cufflink collection.
2001 0638See Detail
An elegant and humorous pair of Art Deco cufflinks with engine turning finely monogrammed “P”and “M” for Member of Parliament or moving up, “P” and “M” for Prime Minister or Perfect Man or Peter Marks .....
2001 1444See Detail
With matching collar buttons. Elegant and very smart.
A very distinctive pair of Art Deco cufflinks in two colours of gold with engine turned engraving.
2001 1437See Detail
Highly desirable quintessential Art Deco cufflinks for the man who likes his cuffs immaculate.
2001 1420See Detail
VICTORIAN SWEETHEART BROOCH/ PENDANT PROFUSELY DECORATED WITH GOLD HEARTS , FORGET ME NOTS AND “BEST WISHES” ON A SILVER ANCHOR
A delightful light hearted and whimsical exuberant Victorian sweetheart brooch to gladden a heart and a lapel.
2001 1277See Detail
An elegant and very distinctive antique tiepin.
2001 1413See Detail
Minute perfection that invites attention nesting on a lapel or tie.
You will not be bored with this in your pocket.
2000 6747See Detail
Indispensible in the Art Deco era and now.
Impressive for a gambling night or in the study.
Start a very special tradition this year with your Christmas lobster.
2000 3449See Detail