Save the Date!
For an industrial statement piece that really hammers the sentiment home, this set of cufflinks is right on the mark. Each set of captivating cufflinks is made from authentic date nails in use from 1897. In order to record the date of construction, these steel markers were driven into railroad ties, bridge timbers, utility poles, mine props, and other wooden structures. In its relatively short history the only significant change to this system occurred in 1925, when the markers switched styles, from indented to raised dates. By 1969, date nail use declined rapidly and today they survive as relics of an antiquated method of date keeping during the height of America's Industrial Revolution.
In order to turn these historical pieces into handsome shirt accents, the shank is milled down to create a post-style cufflink. Celebrate your anniversary or the birthdate of your Dad in old-world style, or give a set to your family's history buff to wear proudly on their sleeve. Made in the USA. Sold as a set of 2.
Due to the nature of the reclaimed material, we are providing the following warning with each pair of cufflinks, as required by law: California Residents click here for Proposition 65 warning.