secret message cuff links :: RedEnvelope

secret message cuff links :: RedEnvelope

i love secret compartments and tiny containers. imagine what a great valentine gift these would be...complete with your own special message. very james bond.

  • Featuring a piece of the original painted seat from one of America's historic baseball stadiums, this necklace will keep his favorite pastime close at heart. Hallmarked with the stadium name, it includes a hand-numbered and hand-s... Featuring a piece of the original painted seat from one of America's historic baseball stadiums, this necklace will keep his favorite pastime close at heart. Hallmarked with the stadium name, it includes a hand-numbered and hand-signed certificate of authenticity. Due to the nature of the salvaged seats, each pendant is one of a kind

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  • Just like dad, there’s more to this sterling-silver pendant than meets the eye. At first glance, it appears to be embellished with a simple graphic design. On closer inspection, a quote is revealed: “A truly rich man is one whose ... Just like dad, there’s more to this sterling-silver pendant than meets the eye. At first glance, it appears to be embellished with a simple graphic design. On closer inspection, a quote is revealed: “A truly rich man is one whose children run into his arms when his hands are empty

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  • With its warm tones and rich texture, braided leather is synonymous with both English equestrian style and American West traditions. New York jewelry designer Catherine M. Zadeh designed this bracelet to have a masculine elegance ... With its warm tones and rich texture, braided leather is synonymous with both English equestrian style and American West traditions. New York jewelry designer Catherine M. Zadeh designed this bracelet to have a masculine elegance with a modern edge

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  • Engrave a message of love, hope or encouragement—a secret shared only by you and the wearer

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  • With its streamlined design and minimalist materials, this bracelet is both classic and contemporary. The stainless-steel links are inlaid with Chinese Sapwood, then lacquered, showcasing the grain and visual texture.

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  • These aren't just cuff links—they're a piece of baseball history. Crafted of salvaged seats from America's most famous and beloved stadiums, these cuff links are one of a kind. Coated in the original paint of the stadium seat colo... These aren't just cuff links—they're a piece of baseball history. Crafted of salvaged seats from America's most famous and beloved stadiums, these cuff links are one of a kind. Coated in the original paint of the stadium seat colors, each cuff link boasts a deep patina collected from decades of home openers, double-headers and grand-slam ovations.

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  • Chances are you've kissed one or two frogs along the way, but just as the fairytale promised, one day, your prince really did come. Let him know you finally found him with these charming (as in "Prince") and finely detailed cuff l... Chances are you've kissed one or two frogs along the way, but just as the fairytale promised, one day, your prince really did come. Let him know you finally found him with these charming (as in "Prince") and finely detailed cuff links.

  • While pocket watches were invented in 16th century England, it was not until the late 17th century that they became more common and accurate. The watches were incredibly big and were generally worn around the neck because of their... While pocket watches were invented in 16th century England, it was not until the late 17th century that they became more common and accurate. The watches were incredibly big and were generally worn around the neck because of their girth. It is rumored that the famous painting of Henry VIII was not a medallion around his neck, but a pocket watch. A modern take on the original, this pocket watch’s inside face watch shows the skeleton, so you can watch its movements. The watch’s classic design features brushed chrome plating, making it a great keepsake to pass on to future generations.

  • Time is of the essence, and now it's also an essential feature of his wardrobe. These unique watch-part cuff links are handmade from genuine antique watch works.

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