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Six Stylish Jewelry Gift Ideas To Suggest for Father’s Day

No man can resist a present that shows appreciation for his fatherly devotion and improves his style quotient, too.

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Six Stylish Jewelry Gift Ideas To Suggest for Father’s Day

DADS WILL ALWAYS PROTEST that they don’t need a Father’s Day gift. But they’ll change their tune when presented with one of our recommendations. There are options to please would-be Mick Jaggers, intrepid sailors and old-school sartorialists. No man can resist a present that shows appreciation for fatherly devotion and improves his style quotient, too.

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1. GRÄF & LANTZ

VALET TRAY: Tray in merino wool felt and leather

TELL ’EM THIS: If he’s always looking for his wallet or keys, give him a good-looking place to stash essentials. The soft felt and leather interior won’t damage valuables — like a watch or glasses — and it unsnaps and rolls up for storage or easy transport.

WHO’S IT FOR?:Guys who need to organize

MSRP: $79

2. L. SHOFF

RING: Sterling silver and fossilized dinosaur bone signet ring

TELL ’EM THIS: If he never outgrew his fascination with dinosaurs, why not indulge him for the holiday. This elegant sterling silver ring features a sliver of fossilized dinosaur that’s as handsome as any gemstone. The signet shape is a classic that’s especially popular now.

WHO’S IT FOR?: Armchair paleontologists

MSRP: $325

(612) 360-4420 | lshoff.com

3. STULLER

CUFFLINKS: Sterling silver 16.5mm three-letter block monogram cufflinks

TELL ’EM THIS: Certain old-fashioned flourishes are still around for a reason. Cufflinks instantly telegraph refinement. The masculine monogram is a suitably dapper finishing touch. Be sure his favorite shirt has French cuffs.

WHO’S IT FOR?: Distinguished gentlemen

MSRP: $468

(800) 877-7777 | stuller.com

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4. JORG GRAY

WATCH: 41mm JG550 Chronograph with rose gold-plated stainless steel case, quartz movement and leather strap

TELL ’EM THIS: Whether he’s coaching the track team, or just has a thing for watches with a complication or two, this chronograph — a built-in stopwatch — gives sporty function to a watch that’s dressy enough for the office.

WHO’S IT FOR?: Well-dressed sports fans

MSRP: $395

(877) 547-4438 | Jorggray.com

5. ALEX SOLDIER

PENDANT: Crossroad tag in 18K gold and silver on an oxidized silver chain

TELL ’EM THIS: Dog tag pendants have become a cool guy standby, and lots of men crave a little sparkle, even if they don’t always admit it. The handcrafted texture of this pendant glitters, even without stones.

WHO’S IT FOR?: Dads with rock-star style

MSRP:$2,100

(212) 354-4244

6. CHART METALWORKS

KEY RING: Peltro Regatta Key Ring in stainless steel and pewter on multi-whipped shock cord

TELL ’EM THIS: Does your favorite sailor have a site that means a lot to him? This key ring can be personalized with a map featuring the coordinates of his choosing. It’s a trip down memory lane and a reminder of a beloved hobby.

WHO’S IT FOR?: The nautically inclined

MSRP: $80

(207) 221-6807 | chartmetalworks.com

This article originally appeared in the March 2016 edition of INSTORE.

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