Cuff Link Damage

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by California Dreamer, Apr 24, 2007.

  1. nmoraitis

    nmoraitis Senior member

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    I believe those are all made by Maison Bonnet.
     


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    Antique British Raj-era tiger claw cufflinks in carat gold.
     


  3. RJman

    RJman Posse Member Dubiously Honored

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    I believe Kent Wang will be coming out with a line of cat claw cufflinks soon.
     


  4. SkinnyGoomba

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    One pair Mafia Hitman Roy Demeo's cufflinks, they were bought for him by a friend.

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  5. LabelKing

    LabelKing Senior member

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    I'm sure they'll be very catty.
     


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    One pair Mafia Hitman Roy Demeo's cufflinks, they were bought for him by a friend. [​IMG]
    I wonder if they made him an offer he couldn't refuse?[​IMG]
     


  7. LabelKing

    LabelKing Senior member

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    One pair Mafia Hitman Roy Demeo's cufflinks, they were bought for him by a friend. [​IMG]
    Seeing this reminds me that I find molar cufflinks interesting.
     


  8. AlanC

    AlanC Minister of Trad

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    Antique British Raj-era tiger claw cufflinks in carat gold.


    Those are great.
     


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    Here are some of mine:
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    My First Cufflinks...purchased last week... [​IMG] Mostly overly geometric/generic lookin' compared to most of yours, but gotta start somewhere... :) The ones on the far left (Black and Silver), kinda goes with one of my (more useless) mobile phones: Nokia 7280... [​IMG] The ones on the far right...well had to do the visitor/tourist thing and get a set of their flags - like the minimalist look of their flag as well ;-)
     


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    Anyone been picking stuff up on EBay lately? Is it me or are things going a bit cheaper than before? I wonder if the economy is getting to people's EBay purchasing. I've given up on a couple pair that ended up going for just over my max--i.e. I put in a max of 22 figuring they'll go for 40+ and they end up at 23, when I would have been willing to go up to 35 or so.

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    i.e. I put in a max of 22 figuring they'll go for 40+ and they end up at 23, when I would have been willing to go up to 35 or so.
    The winning bid is shown to have won by just one increment over the second place bid even though the winning bidders max bid may have been much more.
     


  13. rdawson808

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    The winning bid is shown to have won by just one increment over the second place bid even though the winning bidders max bid may have been much more.

    Oh, I understand that. I'm saying that I'm surprised it stops there. Usually the stuff I'm looking at shows many more last minute bids that would have, in my example, kicked the price up much higher. But yes, as you say, the winning bidder could have been willing to pay 50. Who knows.

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    Anyone been picking stuff up on EBay lately? Is it me or are things going a bit cheaper than before? I wonder if the economy is getting to people's EBay purchasing. I've given up on a couple pair that ended up going for just over my max--i.e. I put in a max of 22 figuring they'll go for 40+ and they end up at 23, when I would have been willing to go up to 35 or so.

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    In a second price auction for a private good (i.e. an Ebay auction), you should always put in your maximum willingness to pay. If you know you're willing to do $35, the best strategy is always to bid $35.
     


  15. Kent Wang

    Kent Wang Affiliate Vendor Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    My First Cufflinks...purchased last week... Mostly overly geometric/generic lookin' compared to most of yours, but gotta start somewhere... :)
    I like them, a little art deco-esque. Who's the maker?
    Antique British Raj-era tiger claw cufflinks in carat gold.
    Very nice. Are these types of things banned now?
     


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