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Remember the old toggle clasps, called cufflinks, that our dads/granddads used to fasten their shirt cuffs? They still use them in Mongolia on their traditional clothing. To me, they're absolutely fascinating little works of art, each one handcrafted. I met a sweet gramma and her grandson at the open market one day who were willing to make the little metal cufflinks for me.

This pair of earrings has bell-like shaped silver-toned toggles from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (the capital), made by Gramma Tovkoo. They also have white lampwork glass beads with little medium-green polka dots on them. I've used silver-tone hypoallergenic earwires. If you prefer sterling silver, let me know and we'll add $2.00 to the price.

These earrings are 1 1/2 inches long.

Your gift will come lovingly gift wrapped.

Traditional Cufflink Earrings with White Lampwork Bead and Mongolian Cufflinks

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Mongolian toggle button, Lampwork bead, Hypoallergenic Earwire, Silver toned findings
  • Feedback: 12 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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