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Favourite pair(s) of cufflinks

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by stuarts8, Jan 14, 2004.

  1. stuarts8

    stuarts8 Senior member

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    Do members of the forum have a favourite pair or pairs of cufflinks they like to wear? How about sharing them with us.
    My favourites are
    1.A pair of Thunderbird 2 Cufflinks bought on ebay a couple of years ago.

    2.cricket bat and ball silver plated chain links bought on line a few years ago.
    Cheers
    Stuart
     
  2. Alias

    Alias Senior member

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    I have a pair of cufflinks I got off of eBay for like 18 bucks. They're double-sided, silver, attached with a chain. The faces are quite polished still, with striped engraving. Quite nice.
     
  3. clarinetplayer

    clarinetplayer Senior member

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    A pair of Robert Talbott cufflinks--slim, rectangle. Â Three color pattern: Â white, light blue, dark blue. Â Can be seen on the link below--the picture on the right. Robert Talbott
     
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    thc Senior member

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    I like silver in general and my favorite pair is from Georg Jensen. They're oval shaped with kind of a dent in the middle so that the outer sides fold up. It's kind of a modern design and was inspired by Arne Jacobsen. I'll try to find a picture of them.
     
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    The_Foxx Senior member

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    Silver, double sided ovals (one stippled with a grid pattern, other is plain for an engraving I haven't gotten to yet) from Asprey, NYC.
     
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    Bradford Senior member

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    My wife got me a new pair for Christmas.

    ByGeoffrey Beene - gold with an actual working compass. She tells me it's so I can find my way home.

    Bradford
     
  8. FCS

    FCS Senior member

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    I think I saw this on ebay a few months ago.
     
  9. sirhc

    sirhc Member

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    I have a pair of gold cuff links that was passed down from my great-grandfather. They are monogrammed w/ his initals which aren't even close to mine. I keep them in a special box seperate from all the others that I just toss into my jewelry box.

    I also have a cool pair of Alfa Romeo cuff links that I really dig.
     
  10. NavyStyles

    NavyStyles Senior member

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    I have a silver pair by Kenneth Cole. They're shaped like the Statue of Liberty.
     

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