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Sterling Silver Propeller Cufflinks!

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These sterling silver propeller cufflinks are the perfect gift for the aviator or history buff in your life!

They are modeled after the propellers on a P-47 Thunderbolt, a World War II-era fighter-bomber used by the U.S. and other Allied forces. My own Dad fought in Europe in WWII and was attached to the 368th and 365th fighter groups that flew the P-47. The process of carving these in wax, casting, and finishing them made my Dad feel a little closer, even after all these years.

Two pair are available: one with black star diopside stones and one with sodalite. The black star diopside will flash a white star in the center at the right angle under the right light. The sodalite stones are a beautiful opaque blue with small white veins running through them.

Unfortunately, I could not capture the star flash in my final photos, so a pair of star diopside are shown in close up in order for you to see how star diopside look. The photo of two star diopside ARE NOT the actual stones in the cufflinks (although the cufflink stones DO look like them).


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Sterling Silver Propeller Cufflinks!

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: silver, sterling, sterling silver, star diopside, sodalite
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in Bethesda, Maryland

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