Old Fitz (1960) Cuff Links
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Handcrafted cuff links created using a single original and unused 1960 Old Fitzgerald bourbon bottle label. Commonly referred to as "Old Fitz" it was one of the most popular wheat bourbons of its time.
- Handmade in Louisville, KY by local artist Jason Woodward
- Glass and brass casing, brass post and toggle
- 2cm diameter
Old Fitzgerald was first produced in 1870 for rail and steamship lines and private clubs primarily located in the south. Around 1900, "Old Fitz" was released to the public. It was one of the few distilled using the pot still method, and continued to do so until around 1913. During Prohibition, Old Fitzgerald was one of a select few to distill under government supervision for the national medicinal trade.