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    A stunning unique pair of luxury cufflinks, featuring an oval of green Paua shell inlay surrounded by a stylish polished silver plated casing to encapsulate the exquisite design perfectly. A lovely cufflink which looks exceptional on the cuff with great light play giving real interest A natural organic shell creating a unique look no two pairs of...

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    £ 19.99 In Stock

    A stunning unique pair of luxury cufflinks, featuring green Paua shell inlay surrounded by a stylish polished silver plated casing to encapsulate the exquisite design perfectly. A lovely cufflink which looks exceptional on the cuff with great light play giving real interest A natural organic shell creating a unique look no two pairs of cufflinks are the...

    £ 19.99
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    £ 19.99 In Stock

    A stunning unique pair of luxury cufflinks, featuring green Paua shell inlay surrounded by a stylish polished silver plated casing to encapsulate the exquisite design perfectly.  A contemporary design twist is added with the silver swirl detail to the face A lovely cufflink which looks exceptional on the cuff with great light play giving real interest A...

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Discover an extensive collection of luxury cufflinks for men superbly designed and expertly crafted from Paua Shell and semi-precious metals.

Featuring both blue and green shades of Paua Shell every pair of cufflinks is unique as no two pieces of this precious and rare shell are the same. Unique cufflinks for individual styling for gents

Choose classic style Paua Shell Cufflinks, celtic influence cufflinks or contemporary swirl designs. Our collection is extensive with gold-plated and silver fitting options 

Pāua is the Māori name given to three species of large edible sea snails, marine gastropod molluscs which belong to the family Haliotidae, known in the United States and Australia as abalone, and in the United Kingdom as Ormer shells.


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