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He wore a chestnut-colored jacket and waistcoat; his necktie was orange, somewhere between rust and coral, and his cufflinks were the same color.
I own about five pairs of cufflinks, which is amazing considering that I wear approximately zero pairs of cufflinks per year.
Fonderie 47, the cufflinks are an impressive model of engineering themselves, using Swiss watchmaking techniques so they can transform into a mens bracelets while not tethering a set of shirt sleeve cuffs.
The cufflinks are the hardest to get right, Peppard says.
The material is held together by two "cufflinks" and the “collar” located at the backrest can be turned down or "popped" up
Adjowah Brodi of the Weekend Store offers beautiful handmade items typical of steampunk, such as cufflinks made from old watch parts and bracelets made from old watch faces.
In examining the metal remains on the wreck site, apparel accessories such as cufflinks, buttons, and buckles made of silver were concentrated close to the stern, where the ship's captain, first mate, and other officers would have resided.
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If your looking for something specific, such as cufflinks, Filigree antique diamond rings, Art Deco pieces, Retro Modern, Victorian, Art Nouveau or Contemporary, this is the place.
Perry, who sports a well-coiffed mane and sometimes wears golden cufflinks engraved with a lone star, has a tough, don't-mess-with-Texas persona — whether shooting a coyote with a laser-sighted pistol to protect his dog during a jog, or suing the federal government over environmental policies he believes will kill jobs in the state.
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