Mid Century Cufflinks

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by amodernman, Jun 19, 2013.

Who is your favorite Mid Century Cufflink Designer

  1. Allan Adler

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  2. Georg Jensen

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  3. Has Hansen

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  4. Harold Fithian

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  5. Los Castillo

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  6. Antonio Pineda

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  7. Sigi Pineda

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  8. Milton Cavagnaro

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  9. Margaret De Patta

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  10. Art Smith

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  11. Ed Wiener

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  12. Just Anderson

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  13. David Andersen

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  14. Sam Kramer

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  15. Paul Lobel

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  16. Esther Lewittes

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  1. amodernman

    amodernman New Member

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    I am interested in conversing wit others that share the love of mid century cufflinks. Particular designers that I like are Allan Adler, Harold Fithian, and Milton Cavagnaro. Posted below is a quintessential pair of mid century cufflinks. These are Fithian Pearl and Sterling.
     
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    amodernman New Member

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    I guess this forum really is not that active when it comes to classic men's fashion.
     
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    I've only just seen this thread. I love mid-century sterling silver. There was a lot of cheap crap made during this era too, and I'm afraid I would include Pineda in that category, but I am particularly fond of the Scandanavians, like David Andersen and Hans Hansen (although I can't afford the prices for vintage Jensen or Hansen, which seem to be massively in demand). I do like Fithian a lot and pick up links and tiebars when I can although there are clearly completist collectors who pounce on ebay stuff making it very difficult for those of use who just want to buy one or two pieces to actually wear...
     
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    And to the OP, you'd probably be better posting in the vintage clothing and accessories thread.
     

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