Wear Your Name On Your Sleeve
October 19, 2010 1 Comment
Had Olga Nelson (and computers) been around in the 1920s, I’m sure that the Chicago jewelry designer would have benefited from Chicago’s notorious and flamboyant clientele. Al Capone’s Tommy gun would have looked that much more threatening, light glistening off a pair of gold diamond-studded cufflinks bearing the initials “AC”, as he confronted his adversaries.
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So now you can tell your tailor to ditch the stitched monogram on your next order of dress shirts. Prices range from $350-$4,800/pair depending on the level of ‘bling’ requested. Shipping within the USA is free of charge.