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Cufflinks

HarleyBob

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I agree with random-adam. If I could only have one pair of cufflinks, I would get the sterling silver knot cufflinks, particularly the pair from Tiffany which can be had on ebay for less than $150. I am glad I can have more than one pair, therefore I have approx. 100 pair. I like cufflinks.
 

mogultv

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Why not go to a good jewelry store and see what they have in stock?? Also, I have found some wonderfully classic cufflinks at antique and vintage clothing stores, usually at a good price.
 

deveandepot1

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Originally Posted by mogultv
Also, I have found some wonderfully classic cufflinks at antique and vintage clothing stores, usually at a good price.

This. I would also check Ebay.
Some forum members make some great cufflinks too.

edit-I have a few for sale too(The link to my thread is in my sig).
 

GBer

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Originally Posted by HarleyBob
I have approx. 100 pair. I like cufflinks.

"Like" sounds like an understatement.
 

Master Squirrel

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I recommend silver skull and crossbones. Available on ebay.

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GBR

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Go to a bricks and mortar shop and see what they have that you like and can afford. Somethings cannot be bought the lazy way, ie online.
 

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