You asked for a classic, all-Merino beanie and we listened. The First Lite Tag Cuff Beanie is a classic heavyweight Merino beanie designed to be worn on any occasion, wether you find yourself in the field, around the campfire or out with your friends. With its cuff and stretchy material, this timeless Merino beanie will fit a variety of head sizes.
100% pure, superfine Merino wool
Retains warmth when soaking wet
LightweightÂ interlock fabric
Product Information Specifications for Tag Cuff Merino Beanie in Fusion Below:
Here's a royal blue formal set perfect for any formal occasion. Crafted from elegant sodalite, a naturally occurring element, you are sure to stand out amongst your peers. The cufflinks feature a "bullet back" for your security.
These cufflinks are made of solid .925 sterling silver and are handcrafted into the popular French love knot design. These hinged back style silver cufflinks features a 4 strand knot. The love knot motif gives these cufflinks an elegant yet masculine look. These cufflinks are a perfect Fathers Day gift to give your dad that classic stylish look.
A thoughtful gift idea for anyone into watches or the steampunk movement. These are actually working skeleton watches with jewels and moving gears. The gold wheel spins back and forth, which is exactly how watches function. This pair features a polished goldtone setting. You'll see others online, but make sure they are functional and actually move. These arrive in a complimentary hard-sided presentation box.
Our unique detailed fleur di lis gold-plated cufflinks design measures about 18mm across. All of our cufflinks ship gift boxed at no extra charge. Classic Cufflinks manufactures hundreds of unique themed cufflinks designs. Please check out our other cufflinks designs - we appreciate your business!
Authentic Wedgwood (Set of 2): Gold Toned Jasperware "Tall Ship" Cuff-links and Tie Bar
Model: Ship Tie Bar and Cufflinks
Josiah Wedgwood and Sons, commonly known as Wedgwood, is a fine china, porcelain, and luxury accessories company founded on 1 May 1759 by Josiah Wedgwood. In 1987, Wedgwood merged with Waterford Crystal to create Waterford Wedgwood, an Ireland-based luxury brands group. At the outset, Josiah Wedgwood worked with the established potter Thomas Whieldon until 1759 when relatives leased him the Ivy House in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, allowing him to start his own pottery business. The launch of the new venture, his own company, was helped by his marriage to Sarah Wedgwood, a remotely-related cousin, who brought a sizable dowry to the marriage. Belt clasp designed by Lady Templeton and Miss Crew for Josiah Wedgwood's factory. The Walters Art Museum. In 1765, Wedgwood created a new form of earthenware, which impressed the then British Queen consort Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz who gave official permission to call it "Queen's Ware." This new form sold extremely well across Europe. The following year in 1766 Wedgwood bought Etruria, a large Staffordshire estate, as both a home and factory site. Wedgwood developed a number of further industrial innovations for his company, notably a way of measuring kiln temperatures accurately and the new ware types Black Basalt and Jasper Ware. Wedgwood's best known product is jasperware created to look like ancient cameo glass. It was inspired by the Portland Vase, a Roman vessel which is now a museum piece. The first jasperware color was Por...
Here's an discount set of double ended knot cufflinks and studs that would make an excellent addition to your collection. These feature a screw-back stud that are two pieces that screw together to help you fit in tight holes. These ship in a handsome gift box and make a great gift. Please make sure you ask about our bulk discounts.