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Cuff-Daddy Horse Silver Cufflinks

Cuff-Daddy Horse Silver Cufflinks
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  • Buy New: $24.99 (On sale from $34.99)
  • as of 1/20/2017 08:08 CST details
  • You Save: $10.00 (29%)
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  • Seller:Cuff-Daddy
  • Sales Rank:1,118,862
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.1
  • Dimensions (in):2.7 x 1.6 x 1.5
  • MPN:CD-296-FBA
  • Model:CD-296-FBA
  • ASIN:B000L4IUB6
Availability:Usually ships in 24 hours

Features:
  • Horse Silver Cufflinks
  • Arrives in hard-sided, presentation box suitable for gifting.
  • Covered by Cuff-Daddy's manufacturer product warranty.
  • Skillfully crafted from high quality materials
  • A Perfect Accessory for your French Cuff Shirt

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Synopsis
Unique pair of horse head cufflinks set in satin silver-tone mount. Rich design features a crystal accent below the horse's neck. Conservative enough for the office; but far from boring. Each cufflink is a miniature horse head and a BIG conversation piece. Pair with any classic shirt and pull out similar or complementary hues in a shirt or tie. Each pair is finished by hand to ensure a quality; lasting pair. They measure approximately 3/4" x 1/2". Set silver-tone setting so it never needs polishing. Great for wedding parties!
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