Watch Movement Cufflinks

Steampunk Meets Class

Steampunk Meets Class

Unique cufflinks are one of my weakspots, and I’m continually on the hunt for them.  I saw these in a small store in San Francisco called Karikter (carried lots of Tin Tin merchandise) and they caught my eye.  Each cufflink is the exposed movement assembly of a vintage Bulova watch.  Never thought I’d be able to work steampunk into my wardrobe, but this looks like the first foray.  More pictures and info where to buy after the fold.

Non-Circular Alternative

Non-Circular Alternative

Classier Alternative

Classier Alternative

These cufflinks can be found at edmdesign’s Etsy page here.  The first pair and second pairs will run you $75 and the last $65.  Clicking on the links will bring you to the cufflinks, but there is a lot of other steampunk inspired jewelry on their page, so check it out if you like what you see!

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2 Responses to “Watch Movement Cufflinks”

  1. love bulova Says:

    Bulova Diamond Watch #96R50
    I first saw this watch in Macy’s so I was able to see it in person and try it on. At first I thought it was a little big, but it truly isn’t. I came home and ordered it off of Amazon because it was $100 cheaper. I love this watch! It’s classy and not too big or heavy. I would HIGHLY recommend this watch.

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