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    Double Sided Black Onyx and Mother of Pearl Tuxedo Studs

    $ 39

    Black Onyx is an ancient gemstone, used in jewelry and as ornaments for carvings since antiquity. Onyx has traditionally been one of the most important engraving and cameo gemstones, where its most common form was a black base with a white upper layer. In its solid black form, Onyx is the most traditional black gemstone. Still used as a gemstone today, significant in style and value. Our Sebastien Grey rendering of the black onyx Gemstone is cut, polished and placed flush into a silver polish finish, accentuating the luster of the natural gemstone.

    Mother of Pearl is the common name for the iridescent nacre that is a blend of minerals secreted by oysters and other mollusks. This nacre is deposited inside their shells, coating and protecting them from parasites and foreign objects.  This iridescent smooth layer makes up the outer coating of pearls. It is strong, resilient, and beautifully iridescent.

    The iridescent colors absorb and reflect light in the most elegant way. No two are ever the same, and a classic form of jewelry. Sebastien Grey’s version is set into a silver polish finish, with rounded edges for a subtle luxurious appeal.

    Simply put, the best of both worlds.

  • SG-Blue-Check-TuxStuds

    Blue Double-Sided Cross Hatch Tuxedo Studs

    $ 39

    Magnificent Blue Lacquer Finish

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    Blackened Gordian Knot Tuxedo Studs

    $ 39

    The Gordian Knot is often describes a complicated and difficult problem. The history behind the knot comes from Greek mythology when the peasant Gordius became king of Gordium in Phrygia. Gordius dedicated his wagon to Jupiter and fastened its yoke to a beam with a very complex knot, the Gordian Knot. Centuries later, when Alexander the Great arrived on the scene, he was told that he couldn’t conquer and rule Asia unless he proved himself worthy by untying the knot. Alexander quickly solved his problem by slicing the knot in half with his sword and gained a new kingdom.

    This story reminds us to not over-think problems, and always think outside of the box. Our Sebastian Grey Gordian Knot Tuxedo Studs are an ode to thinking outside the box with our brand and how we approach knot-so-standard problems.

    Blackened Finish for a more subtle elegant occasion.

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    Gordian Knot Tuxedo Studs

    $ 39

    The Gordian Knot is often describes a complicated and difficult problem. The history behind the knot comes from Greek mythology when the peasant Gordius became king of Gordium in Phrygia. Gordius dedicated his wagon to Jupiter and fastened its yoke to a beam with a very complex knot, the Gordian Knot. Centuries later, when Alexander the Great arrived on the scene, he was told that he couldn’t conquer and rule Asia unless he proved himself worthy by untying the knot. Alexander quickly solved his problem by slicing the knot in half with his sword and gained a new kingdom.

    This story reminds us to not over-think problems, and always think outside of the box. Our Sebastian Grey Gordian Knot Tuxedo Studs are an ode to thinking outside the box with our brand and how we approach knot-so-standard problems.

    Silver Plated Finished

    Graceful and sophisticated, a tuxedo stud that compliments any dress shirt.