Here is the right handed cufflink of my Thomas design. Image is of glossy silver material. Right handed means that if this cufflink is worn on the right wrist, the 'face' will be facing forward towards the cuff. Please Note: There are 4 cufflinks in my store to chose from, Guy Man/Thomas, left/right sleeve. This is so you can pick the set of your choice, be it both Thomas, both Guy Man, or one of each. The 'handedness' of the model is whether the 'face' of the model faces left or right. A left sleeve model has the face towards the left, so that if worn on the left sleeve the face is towards the cuff. A right sleeve therefore faces the right for going on the right cuff. In order to have a full set you will need to purchase two cufflinks of your choice. The image of both cufflinks is my personal set, which is a Guy Man Left in polished gold plated stainless steel, and Thomas Right in glossy silver.


IN: 0.976 w x 0.701 d x 0.874 h
CM: 2.48 w x 1.78 d x 2.22 h
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@LIZHAWORTH Sorry, I don't seem to have an email from you. I've checked here, my inbox and spam folder. Unfortunately I do not control the making of the printed models. Shapeways handles purchase, production, and shipping. I'm just the creator of the 3D model.
December 17, 2013, 7:20 pm
Please can you reply to my email enquiry? I'm really keen to buy this product ASAP for a birthday in January. Thanks again. Lizkatehaworth
December 16, 2013, 10:29 pm
@EricHo Cheers mate.
November 13, 2013, 4:16 pm
doin' it right.
November 12, 2013, 8:43 pm
@SRZDesign You're right, unfortunately to keep everything structurally sound I can't remove any more material to save costs. If you look carefully I've removed a pocket in the back to try and save some cost and hollowed the center of the shaft. The shaft is a round corner rectangle so that they helmet can't spin and always stays aligned to your sleeve. They do have a nice weight to them that is in like with some of my other nice sets of cuff-links. My plastic test prints that I had made before putting them in the store just weren't up to snuff.
October 4, 2013, 7:04 pm
Quite expensive... BUT TOTALLY WORTH IT!
October 4, 2013, 5:52 pm


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