Beautiful 1950s Vintage enamel and gold cufflinks with the seal of the City of KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, Incorporated in 1850. A large set marked "1/10-10K" which means that 1/10th of the weight of the cufflinks is 10 karat gold. They are also marked with a maker "GREEN KC". The cufflinks have bullet back closures; a torpedo, or bullet shaped, capsule that is suspended between two posts. The bullet flips on its axis to manipulate it through the button holes in the cuff, and then flips to secure the cufflink on the shirt. These terrific cufflinks are a large size, with the faces measuring just over 7/8" tall. The cufflinks are quite well made. A fun men's accessory set in nice shape! Our cufflink sets include a handmade paper gift box with cotton lining and make a great gift for your favorite vintage gentleman!