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Stirrup Cufflinks

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It would be nice to learn what the members of this august forum think of Stirrup 'Etrier' style cufflinks made popular by the French Jewellers in the 1930s to the 1950s.
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I found a pair of cartier stirrup links at bergdorfs in NYC....wish i wouldve got them.....i havent seen a pair in my price range since.
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Beautiful, if you can afford them.
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a mighty fine selection can be found here: http://www.longmire.co.uk/categoryRe...ategoryID=3589
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Originally Posted by davesmith View Post
a mighty fine selection can be found here: http://www.longmire.co.uk/categoryRe...ategoryID=3589

+100 for Longmire stirrup cufflinks
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Originally Posted by SIKH DANDY View Post
.....Stirrup 'Etrier' style cufflinks made popular by the French Jewellers in the 1930s to the 1950s.

As seen here, worn by Nicolas de Gunzburg (1904-1981)
photographed by Horst in 1938(?).

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I now have sterling silver stirrup cuff links for $55

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