Brontosaurus, (genus Brontosaurus), genus of large herbivorous sauropod dinosaurs living during the Late Jurassic and Early Cretaceous epochs (163.5 million to 100.5 million years ago). Its fossil was first discovered in western North America in 1874 and first described in 1879 by American paleontologist Othniel Charles Marsh. In 1903, however, the genus Brontosaurus, which means “thunder lizard” in Greek, was subsumed by the earlier-described genus Apatosaurus. Despite the change in classification, the public still embraced the dinosaur as Brontosaurus, owing to the widespread use of its likeness during much of the 20th century in advertising, motion pictures, and television, as well as the presence of Brontosaurus reconstructions in museums throughout North America and Europe.
The Brontosaurus Cufflinks were designed to embody how great and rich our history is during the era of dinosaurs. Paired up with an ablazing shade of silver and its inspired look from brontosaurus to spread its sleekliness and rareness. No doubt while wearing this spectacular piece you’ll look dashing as you should be.
Colour: Antique Silver
Cufflink Style: 1067-CL