Silver Steampunk Cufflinks, Steampunk Wedding Gifts, Steampunk Alternative Wedding

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Silver Steampunk Cufflinks, Steampunk Wedding Gifts, Steampunk Alternative Wedding

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Handmade

Material

Stainless steel

If a wish to make a tasteful statement with your accessories sounds familiar then a pair of triangle Steampunk silver cuff links are the easy thing to add and be that touch of something different too.

The quiet ticking of a clock permeating the air around you is an appealing thought but what if you could take that sound with you anywhere? The round, silver cufflinks by AtticRaiders is one way to bring the enjoyable sounds of a mechanical watch movement everywhere you go with their ticking watch centerpieces. Easy to wear and easy to maintain, these cufflinks come with their own custom dark wood box to house the accessory inside too; when not in use the box also makes for an agreeable item to look upon. A well presented combination of old world design brought to the present with new materials creating a unique gift for that unique occasion. Read more about how to wind up and care for the cufflinks further down the description below for an extra information bonus!

With a long place in the history of fashion, starting all the way back to the 17th century, cufflinks are a refreshing touch of that something different that's easy to add in to ones style. But, what is a cufflink? Traditionally worn with French cuffs, the cufflink wasn't always called a cufflink. In the 17th century, ' button cuffs' were first created and largely worn by the elite as they were time consuming and expensive to produce. Over time the small decorative pieces went through several variations on how to connect a shirt or a French cuff securely and by the mid-century* became known as 'cufflinks' thanks to the invention of the 'toggle back'. The 'whale tail' style*** that AtticRaiders cufflinks are made with hail from this same era as the toggle back and pairs the unique fun of a mechanical wind up watch movement, that still winds up and ticks, with a silver colored steel case.

Cufflinks may have had their start in the 17th century** but it wasn't until the impact of Alexandre Dumas’ famous 1844 novel ‘The Count of Monte Cristo’, a book that is generally credited with the birth of the cufflink as we know it today, and the detailed descriptions of one of the main characters Baron Danglars whose turned-back sleeves sported enormous diamonds which were the envy of all onlookers that truly spurred on the imaginations of stylish individuals everywhere.

Fashion history has come a long way from the first 'cuff link' style and AtticRaiders offers a selection of cufflinks in different colors and shapes to choose from for that touch of history inspired whimsy. Quietly making that tasteful fashion statement has never been easier.
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Item Details:
- 0.75" (2cm, 20mm) diameter movements
- One size fits all shirts with button holes at the cuffs
- New silver colored round metal case
- This cufflink type is called the "Whale Back Cufflink which has a flat head, a straight post, and a “whale tail” that flips completely flat against the post. They are very simple, and teir large post and closing mechanism make them easy to use

- This listing is for one(1) pair of cufflinks, they comes as a set.
- Made with new watch movements
- This item does not tell the time
- Custom designed in house.
- Comes with small wooden box for storage and safe keeping
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To Use:
- Before heading out with your cufflinks, wind them up by grasping the small knob, called a 'crown', that's on the side of the cufflink and grasp it between the thumb and index finger of your right hand. Turn the crown 10-12 times to wind the movement up for it to begin ticking.
- To wind up again, let the cufflinks wind all the way down until the gears have stopped turning and no ticking noise can be heard and repeat the instructions above.
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Maintenance:
- Dust them periodically to remove fine debris
- This item can be brought to your local watch repairman for maintenance. Fees for this service will apply.
- Please avoid water and very dusty areas while using this item
- When not in use, place back into its hard box for safe keeping
- Store this item at room temperature

To view how to wind them up, visit my YouTube channel to see the short video that illustrates the winding technique.
http://youtu.be/3I4f2cOVwSE
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- This item is not available for wholesale
- This item is not available to customize
- Stock images have been used for this listing.

More reading about the history of cufflinks:
***- https://numiscufflinks.wordpress.com/2016/03/31/history-of-cufflinks-an-illustrated-timeline/
**- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cufflink
*- https://lerablog.org/general/trends-fashion/cufflinks-through-the-ages-a-love-affair/
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- All purchased items paid for in full and shipped by AtticRaiders come with a tracking number and insurance.*
A cheaper shipping option is available but selecting a shipping option with no tracking number or insurance makes the item Final Sale and is then not available for repairs, replacements or refunds of any kind.

~~~~~ Shop Home Page: http://www.AtticRaiders.etsy.com ~~~~~
_____________________________

Photography by Melissa Wartenberg
Accessory designs by #AtticRaiders
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- Please note that the color settings of the monitor you are viewing this item may slightly alter the color of the item pictured above. Ask questions about this item so you are confident in you purchase.

- This is a handmade item

- This item, after full purchase, is checked for any defects, scratches etc. before being processed and shipped. All shipped items are determined to be in excellent shape and condition to be then shipped to the recipient. Got questions about your received item? Send a PM to AtticRaiders and I’d be happy to chat!

- Any and all body parts, backgrounds, background stuff and other things in the pictures are not included in the sale of this item. You are purchasing a pair of cufflinks only– parts are not replaceable if and not limited to, broken, stolen, lost, etc.
- I nor Attic Raiders do not and cannot be held accountable should any injury occur while misusing this item in any, though not limited to accidental, irresponsible and/or other means of play etc.
- AtticRaiders retail products do not include the images in the sale of the item(s) upon successful purchase.


www.facebook.com/AtticRaiders
www.instagram.com/atticraiders
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AtticRaiders
If a wish to make a tasteful statement with your accessories sounds familiar then a pair of triangle Steampunk silver cuff links are the easy thing to add and be that touch of something different too.

The quiet ticking of a clock permeating the air around you is an appealing thought but what if you could take that sound with you anywhere? The round, silver cufflinks by AtticRaiders is one way to bring the enjoyable sounds of a mechanical watch movement everywhere you go with their ticking watch centerpieces. Easy to wear and easy to maintain, these cufflinks come with their own custom dark wood box to house the accessory inside too; when not in use the box also makes for an agreeable item to look upon. A well presented combination of old world design brought to the present with new materials creating a unique gift for that unique occasion. Read more about how to wind up and care for the cufflinks further down the description below for an extra information bonus!

With a long place in the history of fashion, starting all the way back to the 17th century, cufflinks are a refreshing touch of that something different that's easy to add in to ones style. But, what is a cufflink? Traditionally worn with French cuffs, the cufflink wasn't always called a cufflink. In the 17th century, ' button cuffs' were first created and largely worn by the elite as they were time consuming and expensive to produce. Over time the small decorative pieces went through several variations on how to connect a shirt or a French cuff securely and by the mid-century* became known as 'cufflinks' thanks to the invention of the 'toggle back'. The 'whale tail' style*** that AtticRaiders cufflinks are made with hail from this same era as the toggle back and pairs the unique fun of a mechanical wind up watch movement, that still winds up and ticks, with a silver colored steel case.

Cufflinks may have had their start in the 17th century** but it wasn't until the impact of Alexandre Dumas’ famous 1844 novel ‘The Count of Monte Cristo’, a book that is generally credited with the birth of the cufflink as we know it today, and the detailed descriptions of one of the main characters Baron Danglars whose turned-back sleeves sported enormous diamonds which were the envy of all onlookers that truly spurred on the imaginations of stylish individuals everywhere.

Fashion history has come a long way from the first 'cuff link' style and AtticRaiders offers a selection of cufflinks in different colors and shapes to choose from for that touch of history inspired whimsy. Quietly making that tasteful fashion statement has never been easier.
_______________________________________

Item Details:
- 0.75" (2cm, 20mm) diameter movements
- One size fits all shirts with button holes at the cuffs
- New silver colored round metal case
- This cufflink type is called the "Whale Back Cufflink which has a flat head, a straight post, and a “whale tail” that flips completely flat against the post. They are very simple, and teir large post and closing mechanism make them easy to use

- This listing is for one(1) pair of cufflinks, they comes as a set.
- Made with new watch movements
- This item does not tell the time
- Custom designed in house.
- Comes with small wooden box for storage and safe keeping
____________________________________________

To Use:
- Before heading out with your cufflinks, wind them up by grasping the small knob, called a 'crown', that's on the side of the cufflink and grasp it between the thumb and index finger of your right hand. Turn the crown 10-12 times to wind the movement up for it to begin ticking.
- To wind up again, let the cufflinks wind all the way down until the gears have stopped turning and no ticking noise can be heard and repeat the instructions above.
______________________________________________

Maintenance:
- Dust them periodically to remove fine debris
- This item can be brought to your local watch repairman for maintenance. Fees for this service will apply.
- Please avoid water and very dusty areas while using this item
- When not in use, place back into its hard box for safe keeping
- Store this item at room temperature

To view how to wind them up, visit my YouTube channel to see the short video that illustrates the winding technique.
http://youtu.be/3I4f2cOVwSE
_________________________________________________________

- This item is not available for wholesale
- This item is not available to customize
- Stock images have been used for this listing.

More reading about the history of cufflinks:
***- https://numiscufflinks.wordpress.com/2016/03/31/history-of-cufflinks-an-illustrated-timeline/
**- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cufflink
*- https://lerablog.org/general/trends-fashion/cufflinks-through-the-ages-a-love-affair/
__________________________________________

- All purchased items paid for in full and shipped by AtticRaiders come with a tracking number and insurance.*
A cheaper shipping option is available but selecting a shipping option with no tracking number or insurance makes the item Final Sale and is then not available for repairs, replacements or refunds of any kind.

~~~~~ Shop Home Page: http://www.AtticRaiders.etsy.com ~~~~~
_____________________________

Photography by Melissa Wartenberg
Accessory designs by #AtticRaiders
_____________________________

- Please note that the color settings of the monitor you are viewing this item may slightly alter the color of the item pictured above. Ask questions about this item so you are confident in you purchase.

- This is a handmade item

- This item, after full purchase, is checked for any defects, scratches etc. before being processed and shipped. All shipped items are determined to be in excellent shape and condition to be then shipped to the recipient. Got questions about your received item? Send a PM to AtticRaiders and I’d be happy to chat!

- Any and all body parts, backgrounds, background stuff and other things in the pictures are not included in the sale of this item. You are purchasing a pair of cufflinks only– parts are not replaceable if and not limited to, broken, stolen, lost, etc.
- I nor Attic Raiders do not and cannot be held accountable should any injury occur while misusing this item in any, though not limited to accidental, irresponsible and/or other means of play etc.
- AtticRaiders retail products do not include the images in the sale of the item(s) upon successful purchase.


www.facebook.com/AtticRaiders
www.instagram.com/atticraiders
_______________________________

Copyright
AtticRaiders

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