- These cuff links are crafted from authentic Cleveland Municipal Stadium seat wood.
- Set in sterling silver with swivel findings, these cuff links feature the weathered painted surface of seats from which fans cheered for decades. Measures 5/8" square and back hallmarked "Seat From Cleveland Municipal."
- Officially licensed by Major League Baseball, each pair of cuff links comes gift-boxed with a Certificate of Authenticity.
The 1970's found most Major League Ballparks converting to plastic seats from wood. This product is crafted from the old, wooden seats. Due to the age of the wood and uniqueness of the seats, no two products will be exactly the same. The painted surfaces may be multicolored due to layers of paint.
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The Cleveland Indians played in Municipal Stadium in 1932 and 1933. From 1933 to 1947 they only played select weekend and holiday games here when crowds were too large for the cross-town League Park. In 1954 Municipal Stadium held 85,000 fans for a game against the Yankees. Six years later, Ted Williams hit his 500th in Municipal Stadium. In 1993 the Indians played their last home game at the Stadium at which Bob Hope, an Indians fan and previous part-owner, performed. Three years later, the stadium was demolished. For more information, please visit Authentication.
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