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Lapis lazuli in sterling silver. The closeup lens has highlighted lots of flaws in the stones that are not visible - these look much nicer IRL.

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Wearing these today. Late victorian amethyst in gold.



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Vintage glass, porcelain and gilt by Victoria Flemming

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Lapis lazuli in sterling silver. The closeup lens has highlighted lots of flaws in the stones that are not visible - these look much nicer IRL.

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Wearing these today. Late victorian amethyst in gold.
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Vintage glass, porcelain and gilt by Victoria Flemming

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All of these are just gorgous!
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Lapis lazuli in sterling silver. The closeup lens has highlighted lots of flaws in the stones that are not visible - these look much nicer IRL.


The cabochons look quite different in shape?
post #967 of 1136
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The cabochons look quite different in shape?

I think that's just the angle I took the photo on.
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Vintage glass, porcelain and gilt by Victoria Flemming

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These are stunning!!
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I think that's just the angle I took the photo on.

Cool. Awesome links.
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Found some really cool sterling Royal Air Force links. I liked them because they reminded me more of the whole 60s mod thing. Yeah, Baby! Yeah!

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I happened on a stash of vintage cufflinks in a small town antique store last weekend. I picked up these guys for a bit under $100.

1. Sterling silver snap lnks with the Shriners emblem
2. Double-sided links with platinum tops on 9ct gold base
3. Double-sided blue and white enamel
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For the engineer in all of us. Found a pair of sterling abacus cuff links at the Goodwill a few days ago.

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Found some really cool sterling Royal Air Force links. I liked them because they reminded me more of the whole 60s mod thing. Yeah, Baby! Yeah!
Are these Ben Sherman by any chance?
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For the engineer in all of us. Found a pair of sterling abacus cuff links at the Goodwill a few days ago.
I like these, since I am sucker for novelty cufflinks. I guess accountants can rock these as well. --------------------------------------------------------------- I want to share with you guys my cufflinks. These were my first pair of cufflinks. My stepfather gave these vintage ones to me, when I was 16. I was not to crazy about them, but had to wear since I didn't have any others. However, people at work, and around were giving me compliments. As i matured up I started appreciate more and more their simplicity, versatility and elegance. You got silver, black onyx, mother of pearl, and something brown, not sure what stone. To me these are upgraded version of your basic silver ones, since they will go as with black as with brown shades.
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I'm looking for a set of cufflinks and studs to wear with my tuxedo. Would love mop or something vintage . Anyone want to sell me a set ? Or loan for a fee ?
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My advice to you gents is to try pawn shops for cuffbuttons. Most new ones I see are 4 figures and not very aesthetically pleasing. I thought I was in heaven when I saw the selection at numerous London pawnbrokers. Many sell them for near melt value, and I have seen cuffs by some quite remarkable jewelers (at least they were in their day, most have been out of business for decades).
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