Sign Language Hand Cufflinks communicate well with the fashionable

If you have ever lived with those with speech and sound disabilities, you will appreciate this initiative by the American jeweler Paul Flato. Lucas Rarities is out with his line of cufflinks tagged ‘Deaf & Dumb’ for his clients to use the monogram as cufflinks in sign language letters. Cast in 14 karats yellow gold, the pair is available in American sign-language hand cufflinks that read A and W dated to 1938. The cufflinks are 2.5cm long and 1cm wide at their widest point. The elegant pair of antique cufflinks will cost you £8,400 ($13,215).

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