A modern styled, polished stainless steel cufflink sporting the colors of your favorite pro or college team. Great gift item to compliment the same collegiate colors available on our money clips as well.
Polished stainless steel
Clear Urethane inlay
Bullet back toggle closure
Approx Size: 1.00 inch x .75 inch
Product Information Specifications for Black & Yellow Inlay Cufflinks Below:
What an elegant way to carry your digital files. 16GB can be held on each of your wrists now. No dull beige file folders for you! They work work like a charm! Your boss, coworkers, and customers will be so impressed at your efficiency! Delivered in a tasteful gift box, and covered by the Cuff-Daddy Warranty, you just can't go wrong! Whoever came up with this idea definitely deserves a bonus!
Subway Token Cufflinks New York City Wedding Cuff Links Clad in Sterling Silver With Gift Box For Men
Manufacturer: Cufflinks For Men
Brand: Cufflinks For Men
The subway is an instantly recognizable symbol of New York City; it gets people around the city, which is notoriously auto un-friendly, and connects all the diverse areas and citizens of the city. Even people who have never visited New York are familiar with the subway. As a cool novelty, a memento of a visit to the city, or a sign of pride for a native New Yorker, these cuff links are made with actual tokens from the New York transit system. They may attract some scintillating conversations, especially since metal tokens are no longer in use, having been replaced with unexciting and generic plastic cards. So they have that retro air, and invoke images of the gritty, exciting, always alive city of New York. The bronzy-gold look of the token reinforces that retro look, especially paired with the polished silver plate of the mount. The size of dimes, the links are small and discreet enough that they appear as tasteful and classy as all the other Cufflinks Amour cufflinks. Everyone will get into a New York state of mind, and will enjoy sharing their New York experiences and impressions when they spot these on your cuffs, whether they bring back memories of home or of an exciting trip to the city.
Stacy Adams cuff link and tie bar set featuring both gold and silver. Diagonal lines with raised smooth silver stripes and grooved gold lines make this set unique. Stacy Adams and men who know style have been a perfect fit for over 100 years. Founded in 1875 in Brockton, Massachusetts by William H. Stacy and Henry l. Adams, the Stacy Adams shoe company has long been a part of American culture. From the roaring 20's and the post war boom, to prohibition and the jazz era, Stacy Adams has been there. Stacy Adams is more than shoes. From head to toe: we cover your style.
Want to carry some genuine, used Boston Subway MBTA tokens with you as a symbol of Boston Strong? This pair is perfect for you as they sit perfectly in a Sterling clad setting. Arrives in a handsome gift box, making them a very thoughtful gift idea. A gift for a Boston Marathon runner by chance? Thanks for shopping!
I've seen only one pair of golf cufflinks like these before so these are truly unique. Completely reversible you can choose to wear the golf ball cufflink on top of your cuff or you can choose the elegant tee to where on top. Either way, you are accessorizing with class and showing the world your love for the sport. These are crafted from solid sterling silver so don't be mislead by plated versions of this accessory. Finally, a tasteful and fashionable way of celebrating your love for golf. Covered by Cuff-Daddy's product warranty. Cufflinks arrive in a high-quality presentation box. Orders normally ship in 24 hours.
Manufacturer: Cufflinks, Inc.
The Vintage University of Wisconsin Badgers Cufflinks which are licensed by the NCAA are elegantly stylish and fun to have and wear. They are 5/8" x 5/8" in diameter, Silver plated with enamel and have bullet back closures.
The Frida Kahlo Acme Cufflinks. Frida Kahlo De Rivera, (1907 - 1954) was a Mexican painter who is best known for her self-portraits. Kahlo's life began and ended in Mexico City, in her home known as the Blue House. Her work has been celebrated in Mexico as emblematic of national and indigenous tradition and by feminists for its uncompromising depiction of the female experience and form.