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Cuff-Daddy Hand Painted Horseracing Cufflinks

Cuff-Daddy Hand Painted Horseracing Cufflinks
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  • Buy New: $24.99 (On sale from $34.99)
  • as of 3/27/2017 15:37 CDT details
  • You Save: $10.00 (29%)
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  • Seller:Cuff-Daddy
  • Sales Rank:598,963
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.2
  • Dimensions (in):4.8 x 3.2 x 1.3
  • MPN:CP-1-3049
  • Model:CP-1-3049
  • ASIN:B002X3YW0Q
Shipping:Eligible for FREE Super Saver Shipping
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Features:
  • QUALITY CUFFLINKS FOR MEN: Hand Painted Horseracing Cufflinks by Cuff-Daddy
  • THE PERFECT SET: Excellent for weddings, formal, business attire and an overall polished shirt finish look, best gifts for men, grooms, father, boss, boyfriend, husband.
  • THOUGHTFUL GIFT: For weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, special occasions, business partnerships, Christmas, etc.
  • HARD-SIDED GIFT BOX: Each set comes in a sleek clamshell box that snaps shut and is ready for gift giving. Doubles as a cufflink storage travel box.
  • HAPPINESS GUARANTEE: No-questions asked refund, within 24 hours upon cufflink set return. Covered by Cuff-Daddy Product Warranty.

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Synopsis
Love betting on the ponies? Next time, show up to the horse race in the handsome accessories. These like all of our cufflinks arrive in a gift box.
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