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Skultuna cufflinks bicycle

Skultuna cufflinks bicycle
€59.95 *

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Available in different colours!

  • 1042-GE.OneSize
Cufflinks by Skultuna with bicycles as motive, available in different colours - in cooperation... more
Product information "Skultuna cufflinks bicycle"

Cufflinks by Skultuna with bicycles as motive, available in different colours - in cooperation with the bicycle company Themocracy.

Details:

  • Enamelled and coated steel
  • Diameter: 17mm (onesize)

 

Accessoires: Manschettenknöpfe
Skultuna Messingsbruk was founded by Charles IX February 11 in 1607. The mill is in exactly the... mehr

Skultuna Messingsbruk was founded by Charles IX February 11 in 1607. The mill is in exactly the same place to this day, in a valley in Västmanland. Skultuna is Sweden's oldest brass mill with more than 400 years of history. With a feeling for timeless design and high quality, Skultuna creates the antiques of the future.

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Skultuna 1607

For more than 400 years, Skultuna has been producing the finest and highest quality metal objects that are the antiques of tomorrow. Whether it is for everyday use or a fine occasion, Skultuna offers them a wide range. Skultuna was founded in 1607 by King Charles IX of Sweden and still supplies the Royal Court of Sweden today. Skultuna has two product lines: a home accessories line designed by leading international designers such as GamFratesi, Lara Bohinc, Luca Nichetto, Monica Förster, Richard Hutten and Claesson Koivisto Rune, to name a few. Skultuna also has a popular fashion accessories line. Today, Skultuna products can be found in leading department stores around the world. Skultuna has won a number of international design awards and regularly exhibits at leading international design fairs such as Salone Mobile in Milan, Maison & Objet in Paris and the Stockholm Furniture Fair.