Presented are vintage-styled Texas Rose Nose Art Cufflinks.
Airplane nose art dates to World War I, when planes and bombers were painted with unit or company insignia. During WWII, the subjects expanded to include cartoon characters, references to hometowns, and enemy caricatures. But the most popular nose art choice was painted pin-up girls, with catchy names like “Miss Liberty” or "Texas Rose."
These cufflinks are the perfect gift for any aviation or WWII history fan.
Available in rounded format. Cufflink set is silver-plated. Presented in a Great Republic cufflink gift box.