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I got another ONE Cufflink!
by: Anonymous

i have one cufflink which is 18 ct gold with initials and d.o.b. which is more then 100 years old. That i found in deep london drainage.. is that gold cufflink worth anything?

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How valuable is one cufflink?
by: Yvonne

OK. How valuable is one gold cufflink? Not as valuable as a matching pair :-) There is a link about scrap value and price of gold in the following thread.

best regards

Yvonne Hammouda-Eyre
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10 tips to find your missing cufflink pair
by: Anonymous

You were just wearing it and now it's gone. Oh doom - what happened? Did somebody take it? Did you lose it?


Cufflinks are those small pieces of jewelry that are commonly found on the cuffs. But what do you do with a single cufflink?
You can't wear it unmatched!

Don't despair! I've listed 10 tips to find your missing cufflink pair. Hope this helps!

1. Online Auction. There are a lot of auction sites that sells everything from broken teeth to gold shovels. You can give it a shot to find your missing cufflinks.

2. Forums. Topics for online forums are also varied. Join one that discusses cufflinks or post a question on where you can find your missing pair.

3. Create a Blog. Blogs can also greatly aid you with finding your missing cufflinks. Focus your topic on single cufflinks exchange to draw collectors on your site. This site has a Jewelry Exchange.

4. Get advice from experts. Learning more about it can provide hints and clues as to the whereabouts of the other pair. Speaking with experts is a great opportunity to exchange ideas with cufflinks enthusiasts as yourself.

5. Utilize search engines. If you are searching online, it is best to use search engines. It is perhaps the most straightforward way of conducting your investigation. Google and Dogpile can assure massive return even with simple keywords.

6. Weekend Garage sales. Full-time collectors scout for the rarest items at garage sales. If you're lucky, you can spot some good pairs yourself. One person's trash is another's treasure.

7. Antique shops. Scout for antique stores if you don't have one in your area. This is ideal for those whose pieces are considered heirlooms and have been handed down from previous generations. As the owner if he or she knows anyone with a collection to sell.

8. Attend Cufflink-ers Parties and Events. These are rare groups but if you do have one in your area, join them. More often than not, cufflinks are exchanged during get-togethers. If such groups are non-existent in your area, start one yourself.

9. Contact Online Cufflinks Merchants. There's nothing with trying so don't be shy. There can be a possibility that they are also looking for cufflinks like yours. You can have it exchanged for a better pair.

10. Advertise on Magazines and Newspapers. While this may hurt your pocket a little, you'll never know who would come along. Newspapers and magazines are widely read by anyone anywhere..

You don't have to exhaust every tip mentioned. Just choose a couple that suits.

Cufflinks are miniature works of art. I'd take measures to find my matching single. How far will you go?

Jo

http://coolenglishcufflink.blogspot.com/


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