St Piran Flag Enamel Chain Small Mens Stylish Pewter Cufflinks

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St Piran Flag Enamel Chain Small Mens Stylish Pewter Cufflinks

$40.00

St Piran Flag Enamel Chain Small Mens Stylish Pewter Cufflinks
Mens Stylish Pewter Cufflinks
Knotwork Detail Mens Cufflinks
measures 18.00mm (0.70 inches) x 9.00mm (0.35 inches)
St Piran Flag Design

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St Piran Flag Enamel Chain Small Mens Stylish Pewter Cufflinks
Mens Stylish Pewter Cufflinks
 Knotwork Detail Mens Cufflinks
measures 18.00mm (0.70 inches) x 9.00mm (0.35 inches)
St Piran Flag Design

These St Piran Flag Enamel Small Mens Cufflinks are exquisitely handcrafted in beautiful Stylish Pewter.  Each cufflink features a St Piran Flag design.  

Cufflinks measuring approximately 18.00mm (0.70 inches) x 9.00mm (0.35 inches).   The cufflinks feature a palladium-plated brass chain. Supplied in a satin and velvet gift box.
 
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These beautiful cufflinks are the perfect gift for any occasion.

Bold curves, luxury, smoothness. Wearing these beautiful cufflinks will provide anyone with great satisfaction.

The superior craftsmanship and timeless design of these cufflinks will compliment any tailored evening wear exceptionally.
 
Please be advised that your item needs to be cast and made before it can be sent to you.  Please allow for sufficient time for your order to arrive.

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ST PIRAN FLAG  

St Piran is the patron saint of tin miners and also the national saint of Cornwall. St Piran rediscovered tin-smelting when his black hearthstone, which was evidently a slab of tin-bearing ore, had the tin smelt out of it and rise to the top to form a white cross. From this came the St Piran flag which is the white cross on the black background that you can see all over Cornwall today. St Piran’s day is celebrated annually on the 5th March.