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Wear to store your cufflinks?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by texaschili, Sep 20, 2011.

  1. texaschili

    texaschili Active Member

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    Hi,

    Has anyone come up with a classy way to store cufflinks?
     
  2. JonnyUtah

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    I have a small box, a valet of sorts, that is made for holding cufflinks, tiebars, etc. There are two pieces of suede and you simply slide the cufflink in between, and it rests handsomely. I'll find out the maker of the box when I'm home.
     
  3. ter1413

    ter1413 Well-Known Member

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    I have an old/classic cigar box that I use.
     
  4. landshark

    landshark Well-Known Member

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    I use my grandfathers old silver jewelry box.
     
  5. DerekS

    DerekS Well-Known Member

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    WHERE do i store my cufflinks?

    I have a valet tray that i keep them in before i WEAR them. :teach:
     
  6. Kent Wang

    Kent Wang Well-Known Member

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    Does it have any dividers?

    I have a small box with dividers that make for about 16 slots. Perhaps I will start selling them on my site if there is sufficient interest.
     
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    I have a simple one made from the Japanese brand Muji. Works well and is inexpensive.
     
  9. Yachting Man

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    My son made me a custom mahogany wardrobe organizer a few years back in his high school woodshop class. It was made to fit in my wardrobe and has little drawers for my pins, tie bars, cuff links and anything else small I hang onto.
     
  10. GBR

    GBR Well-Known Member

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    In the boxes in which they originally came is agood place.

    Thread title - 'Where' not "Wear".
     
  11. Bowtiedlad93

    Bowtiedlad93 Well-Known Member

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    I have a jewlery box the one for storing rings but I use it for mycunks.
     
  12. MalfordOfLondon

    MalfordOfLondon Well-Known Member

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    Unfortunately a lot of his photos are now b0rked but member Amerikajinda has a beautiful Agresti box:

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    More here
     
  13. rohde88

    rohde88 Well-Known Member

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    I stuff them in my pockets--wearing/storing its a win-win.
     
  14. Fred H.

    Fred H. Well-Known Member

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    That Agresti case gives me a cyber boner. On The Fly has it for $995. And a smaller variant for $595.

    Here's a nice zebrawood case from Agresti, on sale for $390 at Men's Gifts from Italy.

    A bit small, but VERY elegant nonetheless:

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    Last edited: Sep 26, 2011
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    ThinkDerm Well-Known Member

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    this is how it is done. men's gifts from italy is owned by Agresti to my understanding.

    Bailey Banks and Biddles (whatever they are called) have a leather/leatherette cufflink one that is quite nice as well
     

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