Tiki 1960 NZ Postage Stamp Cufflinks

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These Cufflinks are from my range of Postage Stamp Kiwiana jewellery, using real stamps. These Cufflinks are from the 1960 pictorial postage stamp issue and depict the iconic greenstone Tiki. I have had these cufflink findings specially made. They are heavy and solid and made to be enjoyed for a lifetime. Silver Plated and made with an acid free image set under hand shaped glass. They come in either round or square and are presented in an elegant cufflink box.

The greenstone hei-tiki was one of the commonest forms of neck pendant worn by Maori of high rank when Europeans first came to New Zealand. Greenstone is an extremely hard material.

I have a range of images available. Stamps issued before 1936 may be reproduced, however those after are subject to copy-write. Hence I have been able to reproduce some stamp images. I have also made a stunning range of cufflinks using the original stamps. Postmarks and variations in stamp issue colours add to the unique nature of the historic and one off piece.
Dimensions
Square 20mm x 20mm


All Jewellery comes gift-wrapped. Please let me know if you would like a special message card included.
Other images in this range are available

Standard post is used and the cufflink box is bubble wrapped and wrapped in card. I cannot take responsibility for what occurs in the post after it has been well wrapped and sent. I have also provided a courier option which I send via pass the parcel.

Payment options

  • Cash on pick-up
  • Bank deposit
  • PayPal
  • Credit card via PayPal

Shipping details

  • Ships from Napier, New Zealand.
  • $4.50 Courier within NZ
    ($2.00 with another item)
  • $7.70 Australia
    ($2.00 with another item)
  • $12.00 Rest of the World
    ($2.00 with another item)
  • $3.00 Standard post within NZ
    ($2.00 with another item)
  • Pick up by arrangement.
  • to enquire about payment or shipping options.

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