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post #31 of 44
Sounds like reasonable prices to me.
post #32 of 44
A bit high for me, I realize the quality is worth it but since not that many notice mine it is not worth it to me. I think 80-90$ is about the most I have spent on a pair before.
post #33 of 44
How much are you willing to pay for cufflinks? ermmmm... 5 yuan.
post #34 of 44
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These look pretty cool, but would be better if the back side were more like the front. Sure, the back side has a small cab, but that still makes it look rather single-sided to me. The front side looks quite nice and ornate, which is not a style for everyone. I'd like it with just the plain topaz.

post #35 of 44
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These look pretty cool, but would be better if the back side were more like the front. Sure, the back side has a small cab, but that still makes it look rather single-sided to me. The front side looks quite nice and ornate, which is not a style for everyone. I'd like it with just the plain topaz.


Kent, thank you for your input.

There is a thread about these, and it'd be great if you could chime in here!
post #36 of 44
I collect sterling silver vintage t-back cufflinks using e-bay and antique stores when I travel.
Ebay averages $30, stores $100+. The ideal is a 1940 deco style in sterling. will pay whatever the price is.
Here is a piece on the 300 + links I have and how I store them from my tailor's web site: http://levinerwood.com/2010/01/15/lw-profiles-greg-wingfield/.
post #37 of 44
nice post ferry. thanks
post #38 of 44
I collect modernist sterling silver cufflinks - mostly from scandinavia. And mostly from the time frame of 1940-1970ish. These can range in price from $30 a pair for small insignificant links from no name makers to up to $300 for something stellar from Bjorn Weckstrom or Georg Jensen. I also have a fair number of handmades from America and even a few from the best of the Taxco silversmiths such as Sigi Pineda.

I currently have about 200 pair - and frankly need to weed out the keepers down to about 100 or so.
post #39 of 44
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post #40 of 44
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Alan, there is a thread regarding these links. Please note my signature.
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post #42 of 44
Less than $100 if no jewels, still less than $200-250 because I worry too much about losing them!
post #43 of 44
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great article!
post #44 of 44
Most I've spent is $55 for the Sterling Oval MOP from Kent Wang. Very happy with the purchase!
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