Father's Day Favorites

We were surprised to learn that Father’s Day only became official in the United States in the 1970s. However, its origins go back to the beginning of the 20th century; the first Father’s Day was declared in Washington state in 1910. We look forward to celebrating Dads this weekend with a little something special. If you’re looking for an alternative to tools or ties, here are some gift ideas inspired by yesteryear. 

Platinum and 14K gold cufflinks with sapphire and diamonds, at Gray & Davis

Platinum and 14K gold cufflinks with sapphire and diamonds, at Gray & Davis

Victorian silver dirk pin with citrine, yellow paste and enamel, at Gray & Davis

Victorian silver dirk pin with citrine, yellow paste and enamel, at Gray & Davis

18K gold French signet ring and 10K rosy gold signet ring, at Gray & Davis

18K gold French signet ring and 10K rosy gold signet ring, at Gray & Davis

So, tell us how you are celebrating the men in your life!

References:

http://www.history.com/topics/holidays/fathers-day