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Originally Posted by davesmith View Post

I really have a thing for floral cufflinks!




Those are gorgeous. Who's the maker?
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700

 

700

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Initials to be engraved:

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^ Classic english style :)

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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

 

700

Hampton, you're a good guy and frequent poster so I think you'll be handle to some criticism. I think this vaguely modern, geometric style of cuff links is unattractive and will look very dated in a few decades. The style seemed to develop in the 1990s. It is not a classic design found in the pre-World War II era, the golden age of cuff link design. As a cuff link designer, I feel it necessary to call out bad, trendy design for what it is.

 

I'll also guess that they're single-sided. I've written before about why double-sided cuff links are the only true cuff links.

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Originally Posted by Kent Wang View Post

Hampton, you're a good guy and frequent poster so I think you'll be handle to some criticism. I think this vaguely modern, geometric style of cuff links is unattractive and will look very dated in a few decades. The style seemed to develop in the 1990s. It is not a classic design found in the pre-World War II era, the golden age of cuff link design. As a cuff link designer, I feel it necessary to call out bad, trendy design for what it is.

 

I'll also guess that they're single-sided. I've written before about why double-sided cuff links are the only true cuff links.

Thanks for the heads up. I guess i'm a little more modern guy with my clothing. 

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I'm loving Seaman Schepps cuff links. Andy Warhol had a bunch of vintage Seaman Schepps jewelry among his hoarded treasures...

 

 

 

http://www.seamanschepps.com/cufflinks.html


Edited by BaileyShanks - 12/29/12 at 3:20pm
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Originally Posted by Metlin View Post

Those are gorgeous. Who's the maker?

http://www.mdephocas.com/

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700

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There's no doubt that classic cufflinks like these last and last.  Always understated, classy - and can subtly suggest pedigree - particularly with ones monogram/Initials engraved!

 

Now I would say that, wouldn't I?            smile.gif            Kent Wang put up some good info.  

 

There's an article on my thread which may help anyone buying substantial cufflinks:

 

    ' Cufflink types explained '       

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/329917/david-atkins-cufflinks-official-affiliate-thread

 

 

also lots of info on my store site (baseline under 'articles')

 

Cheers Davo

 

 

 

 

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Initials to be engraved:

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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

700

Those are sweet!
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Some new art nouveau/art deco cusp links for everyday...

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^BDC - I prefer the first pair.
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Originally Posted by PaaPanf View Post

I think i like your watches more than your cuff links. LOL
Agreed! And while I love the vintage watches (those are my favorites), it's refreshing to see someone wearing those classic SIZES.
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Originally Posted by contactme_11 View Post

You guys have any coin cuff links?

I'll try to get a pic tonight, but the only coin links I have are old NYC subway toekens. . .the ones that are about the size of a dime and have the "Y" in NYC cut out. They're toggle back links, obviously not super high quality, but the token is pretty cool.

-James
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