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Father’s Day

Jun 15, 2016

The very first Father’s Day was held in Spokane, Washington in 1910 by a daughter who wanted to honor and give thanks to her single father who solely raised six children. Dads all over the world deserve thanks every day, but this Sunday, June 19th, is a day specifically dedicated to dads to show them how much they are appreciated. One day that accumulates a year’s worth of thanks into a single celebration.  Each year fathers across the nation receive lawn mowers, pocket knives, hardware, sports apparel, and other gifts. Luckily we have some perfect gifts for dad at Samuelson’s, too.

Every man needs a nice wrist watch. We have a few for sale on Ebay. The Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date is an example of the type of watches we sell, and the Tag Heuer Carrera watch is in mint condition.

oyster perpetual date watch

Oyster Perpetual Date Rolex

tag heuer carrera watch ebay

Tag Heuer Carrera Available on Ebay

 

We also have cuff links for sale. The 14k yellow gold lapis oval cuff links come with 3 studs and will surely keep any cuffs securely in place. The navy blue lapis center stones can add an accent to any shirt. They are guaranteed to add style to whatever outfit with which they are styled.

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14k Yellow Gold Cuff Links Available on Etsy

 

3 studs for cuff links

Any recipient can easily make use out of either of these gifts. Watches and cuff links are the perfect gift to give a dad on this special day. Like other Father’s Day gifts, they provide a grand gesture, but in a more classy and stylish way. Samuelson’s is a great place to come if you’re looking for an exceptional accessory for dad this Father’s Day.

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