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post #16 of 1136
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Originally Posted by California Dreamer View Post
Tiger, I think you may be misunderstanding the term "cufflink porn".


Eyemuffs!

Just wait until I get the rest of the collection Actually, those are the ones I'm wearing today, too.
post #17 of 1136
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Originally Posted by California Dreamer View Post
Alan those and the other vintage ones you've posted are what got me into this in the first place. BTW, that blue check shirt still rocks.

Thanks! A couple of years ago I had no worthwhile cufflinks, just a couple of cheap toggle pairs. Cuffthis inspired me, and I started hitting ebay. As you know, it takes some patience, but anybody can afford nice links.

Here's a modern pair (also from ebay), Brooks Brothers snappers. I think you can still get them from Brooks:



Pic from Brooks Bros website:

post #18 of 1136
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Originally Posted by AlanC View Post



My favorite of the bunch. They look great.
post #19 of 1136
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post
My favorite of the bunch. They look great.

^ + 1. Those are awesome!
post #20 of 1136
Here's another, and now I should go do some work:




And thanks for the nice comments, guys.
post #21 of 1136
I got these off of ebay myself, they are from the 1950s. I usually like silver but these were a horse of a different color.




post #22 of 1136
A few old photos, newer ones will have to wait until Photobucket is on better behaviour:
post #23 of 1136
Sator, are those Belle Epoque period?
post #24 of 1136
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Originally Posted by LabelKing View Post
Sator, are those Belle Epoque period?
I think they look a bit like early Georg Jensen. Lovely.
post #25 of 1136
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Originally Posted by LabelKing View Post
Sator, are those Belle Epoque period?

Yes, art nouveau, art deco - whatever you want to call it. They don't make 'em like they used to.
post #26 of 1136
Anyone have any jet ones? They seem to have fallen out of fashion since the Victorian age.
post #27 of 1136
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^ + 1. Those are awesome!

+1! My favorite as well.
post #28 of 1136
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Here's a pair of vintage French cufflinks, enamel and silvertone mount. Contrary to recent rumours, the fleur de lys design does not signal Royalist leanings on my part.

post #29 of 1136
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Originally Posted by AlanC View Post


I love that set of cufflinks!
What is the metals?
post #30 of 1136
^Those are 14k white gold front with a gold colored band, which I assume is base metal although I'm not sure.

Here are some sterling links:

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