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tiffany atlas cufflinks...Ive wanted these since they first came out just never bought them. Picked em up awhile back after my home was robbed and all of my cufflinks were stolen. Now i just have these and some engraved david donahues that my wife got me for xmas.
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Now i just have these and some engraved david donahues that my wife got me for xmas.

We are going to have to fix that. PM sent.
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You guys have any coin cuff links?
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I hate those as they're invariably too big.

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I have some Indian head pennies. Used to wear them quite a bit, but the copper color in the gold setting now seems a little "off" to me and I'm now doing just .925 silver anyway.

FWIW, On the Fly has a pretty good collection
, the Mercury dime isn't bad for $55.00.

Also like the "Silver Star" enameled coins:

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Recent acquisitions from Nino's in London.

I liked these elephant cuff links with the face on one side and tusks on the other.

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And I have been looking for these spitfire cuff links ever since someone posted them in this very thread. And I struck gold at last! I expected them to be a bit gaudy, but they are rather simple and quite understated.

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bought these for my wedding
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Omega cufflinks for a wedding... was the implication deliberate?

 

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Recent acquisitions from Nino's in London.
I liked these elephant cuff links with the face on one side and tusks on the other.


That's a smart way of doing double-sided.

 

Do the propellers rotate on the Spitfire?

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That's a smart way of doing double-sided.

Do the propellers rotate on the Spitfire?

Thanks, Kent. And yes, that's what I liked about them as well. They also seem very solid (especially the connecting chain).

And no, the propellers do not rotate on the spitfire. That was the very first thing I tried, as well. blush.gif
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Cufflinks by Anna Matuozzo

Mother of Pearl on sterling silver, handcrafted from Napoli, Italy.
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Cufflinks by Anna Matuozzo
Mother of Pearl on sterling silver, handcrafted from Napoli, Italy.

quanto?
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quanto?

$139.00 US Dollar
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$139.00 US Dollar,

do you accept Pesos?
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do you accept Pesos?

lol.

I do like those. Remind me of the gold Rubinacci / MOP links which I've been hankering after for a while...
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Pesos? We accept all currencies, when you do your Checkout the system will convert whatever monetary form you use into US Dollars.

Thank you,

Ian
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