Tyrannosaurus Rex Cufflinks by Sorcery Science.
The T-Rex itself measures approx. 3/4″ wide x 1/2″ high and is on Platinum Plated cufflinks, so they will not tarnish. These cufflinks come gift boxed and ready to give as a gift. Everything is handmade in Pittsburgh by Sorcery Science owners, Carrie and Joe.
These cuff-links are a double layer design; the bottom layer is wood with a stainless steel cutout of a T-Rex head on top. Based on the fossil specimen of the juvenile Tyrannosaurus commonly called “Jane”, these cufflinks show the skull of a real dinosaur.
Fun Fact: The village of Haddonfield, New Jersey contains the site of “Ground Zero” for dinosaur paleontology in the Americas. It is here that the first nearly complete skeleton of a dinosaur was unearthed. Hadrosaurus foulkii was a late Cretaceous duck-billed dinosaur.
In 1858 its mineralized bones were found in a marl pit from which local farmers extracted a calcium-rich mud that they then blended into their own sandy farm fields.