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69th Annual EMMY Awards: Ron Cephas Jones, Jimmy O. Yang & Chris Sullivan wore OHMYGOT Cufflinks

The following gentlemen wore OHMYGOT cufflinks to the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on September 17, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. The following wore:
Ron Cephas Jones wore lion head cufflinks containing 530 diamonds.
Jimmy O. Yang wore swallow cufflinks containing 26 diamonds and 164 blue sapphires.
Chris Sullivan wore an 18 k gold pair of cufflinks, containing 54 diamonds and 2 amethysts.
Ron Cephas Jones wore lion head cufflinks containing 530 diamonds.
Jimmy O. Yang wore swallow cufflinks containing 26 diamonds and 164 blue sapphires.
Chris Sullivan wore 18 k gold pair of cufflinks, containing 54 diamonds and 2 amethysts.
OHMYGOT:
Oh My Got was founded by David Gotlib. David is a third-generation diamantaire who manages a successful rough and polished diamond business and lives and works in Antwerp, the heart of the global diamond industry. After several years of nursing a secret ambition to create a line of distinctive men’s jewelry, David assembled a team to design the Oh My Got range of diamond cufflinks. In the tradition of Antwerp’s 550-year rich history of diamond polishing and trading, each pair of Oh My Got is inspired and designed in Antwerp, exquisitely handcrafted, certified IGI and beautifully packaged. Oh My Got diamond cufflinks are a perfect gift for those who appreciate style, exclusivity and the world’s finest gems. For more information, please visit www.ohmygotcufflinks.com
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