The High Line Spike Cuff Links

Get on track and go industrial with cuff links crafted from an authentic steel rail spike salvaged from the iconic High Line in New York.
Sale price$195.00
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Authentic rail spikes from The High Line were secured directly from and licensed by Friends of the High Line.  The spike is cleaned & the weathered, textured surface of the spike is cut into squares and set in a sterling silver claw style bezel to reveal the front and back of the spike.  Featuring Tokens signature sterling swivel clasp.  Hallmarked "High Line".
As each pair is unique, item may vary slightly from image.
Tokens & Icons gift box and certificate of authenticity included.

3/4" inch square.

Friends of the High Line approached Tokens & Icons with materials that were removed after the rail conversion project.  Items secured from and licensed by Friends of The High Line.

The High Line

The West Side line of New York City connected 34th Street to St. John’s Park Terminal. It functioned in the heart of NYC as a freight transport for agricultural goods such as frozen turkeys until the line fell into disuse in the 80s.

After sessions of litigation and efforts to preserve the historic line the newly formed non-profit Friends of the High Line became caretakers of the High Line and spearheaded the railway’s conversion to a public park.

In 2006 The City accepts ownership of the High Line and breaks ground on the transformation process.  

The first section opened in 2009 to the public today the 1.4 mile High Line park offers an elevated venue to hundreds of events, programs and activities aimed at supporting the diverse communities surrounding the High Line. It incorporates planting design inspired by the landscape that naturally grew through the out-of-use elevated rail tracks.

Much of the original freight rail and spikes were left intact during the transformation however there were materials left over.  Friends of the High Line approached Tokens & Icons to create a collection of unique gifts from these unique, weathered materials, rich with New York City history.

Learn more: thehighline.org

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