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Wear these chemistry cufflinks and you’ll be the best dressed in your lab.
Benzene, one of the most famous molecules in organic chemistry, a beautiful flat hexagon ring with alternating double bonds.
Silver-plated T-bar cufflinks with turquoise soft enamel on the design.
Perfect for a nerdy wedding or to give as a graduation gift or gift for a science teacher.
Size: 19 x 16.5 mm
Quantity: 2 cufflinks
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