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Amber Tiger’s Eye Cufflinks


Cufflinks first appeared in fashion in the 1600s. However, the cufflink didn’t become popular until the end of the 18th century. The downturn of ribbons and ties, which typically held men’s shirts in place at the wrist, quickly fell out of style. Thus, the cufflink was introduced as a mark of a high-class man during that time. At first, the cuffs of a men’s shirt were considered an undergarment. Historians suggest that, much like a woman’s style of exposed ankles, the rise of cufflinks also encourage men to reveal their cuffs which were considered very risque at the time. While cufflinks have become less scandalous over the years, they remain an incredible asset for adding flair to any formal style.

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Amber Tiger’s Eye Cufflinks

Tiger’s Eye is a chatoyant gemstone, which means it exhibits a unique optical phenomenon called chatoyancy. This effect creates a silky and luminous band of light that seems to move or shift across the surface of the stone when it is viewed from different angles. Tiger’s Eye is typically golden to reddish-brown in color with chatoyant bands that resemble the eye of a tiger, hence the name.

Amber is not a mineral but rather a fossilized tree resin. It is usually golden to yellow-brown in color, and sometimes it may contain various inclusions such as plant material or insects that got trapped in the resin millions of years ago. Amber has been valued for its beauty and rarity for thousands of years and is often used in jewelry and other decorative items.

Care for your stones by regularly cleaning them with lukewarm water and a soft brush. Avoid exposing them to chemicals, extreme temperatures, and impact, and store them separately to prevent scratching.

Care for sterling silver by regularly cleaning it with a soft cloth and mild soap. Avoid exposure to harsh chemicals and moisture to prevent tarnishing.

Cufflinks are designed for shirts with French cuffs or double cuffs. Look for shirts that have a slit or hole on each cuff. Fasten them through the cufflink holes by aligning the front face of the cufflink on the outside of the cuff and the fastening mechanism on the inside.

The front face of the cufflink should be visible on the outside of the cuff, while the fastening mechanism should be on the inside.

Cufflinks should complement your overall outfit. Consider the color and style of your shirt, tie, and suit or blazer.

Amber Tiger’s Eye, with its warm golden to reddish-brown tones and chatoyant bands, pairs well with earthy and neutral colors such as brown, beige, cream, and olive green.