A very cool and collectible turquoise studded antique cigar cutter from the Edwardian era, c1910! The cigar cutter is made of white metal and matte black gunmetal appliques to the front and back, a rose gold softly faded gilding to the lower shell adds further antiquity contrast! The gunmetal appliques are studded with little blue turquoise gems to the front and back, the colour contrast between the matte black and blue is lovely. The top ring of the piece can be pushed to open the 'guillotine' cutter, and then pushed in to cut the cigar. A rose-hued rolled gold jump ring attaches to the top where it can be worn as a quirky pendant, or perhaps even a key ring. A gorgeous novelty piece of yesteryear!