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post #31 of 1136
Lucky Strike, until I realised you were laying your tie across your wrist in some photos, I was under the impression that you had an amazing collection of garish overcoats.
post #32 of 1136
Nothing too fancy, a few recent pick-ups:



post #33 of 1136
Thread Starter 
These are the cuff links I bought last December for my wedding anniversary celebration. I bought them from Herringbone, the Australian shirtmakers.
post #34 of 1136


vintage 14k white gold front, double-sided

post #35 of 1136
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Very nice indeed
post #36 of 1136
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Very nice indeed

I second that
post #37 of 1136
I'm in cuff-link mourning. I took delivery of a nice pair of Kum-a-parts, placed them in the outer compartment of my back and somehow contrived to lose one on the way home.

A good thing about these links is that they can be 'combined' with other 'orphans'...
post #38 of 1136
Thanks, Sator and jml.

Sorry about the loss, chobochobo. Trawl for some orphans on the 'bay.
post #39 of 1136
This thread inspired me to search ebay for cufflinks on my own.

I won these cufflinks today at ebay:



post #40 of 1136
Classic, deep scroll-engraving, Degendorff, like on a really nice shotgun. Very nice. Silver and enamel with gold flower inlay, probably late thirties
post #41 of 1136
I'll bump this with one from the WAYWRN thread:
post #42 of 1136
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Classic, deep scroll-engraving, Degendorff, like on a really nice shotgun. Very nice.



Silver and enamel with gold flower inlay, probably late thirties


Wow very nice...loving this one
post #43 of 1136
I posted these in my "Wedding Accessories" thread last fall after my wedding. They are my favorites:






I'll take some shots of others--in situ, I like that practice.


bob
post #44 of 1136
my favorites:



Oh shit, wrong forum. Sorry

Rdawson - great links. Foster & Bailey for sure (look on back for the F&B mark).
post #45 of 1136
Tom, you're bound to have some recent acquisitions (cufflinks, I mean!).
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