Every Miami Cuban link chain iscarefully-crafted and cut to perfectionby our team of expert smiths and lapidaries. Always made of premium, solid, marine-grade stainless steel, finally you can own a Cuban link chain that stays polished and shiny, without breaking the bank.
Using multi-layer liquid metal engineering, each Cuban link is created to exhibit a naturally reflective finish that onlookers will be unable to distinguish from five-figure solid gold or platinum chains. Our Miami Cuban link chain also doubles asa great gift for a partner, friend or family member, as it screams thoughtful, regal, and beautiful.
There is a reason why our stainless steel is referred to as'marine grade' or 'surgical grade'. It's strong, durable, and highly corrosion resistant (rust-proof) compared to generic stainless steel. Our Cuban link chains are alsohypoallergenicand nickel-freeso you can wear your gorgeous necklace daily, without any issue.
Each of our vintage gold, satin silver, and piano black Miami Cuban link chains come in three different widths (6mm, 9mm, and 12mm) & five different lengths (18in, 22in, 26in, 28in, and 30in).
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While Cuban link chains originated several decades ago in mainland Cuba, it was in the United States where the Cuban link chain design gained true cultural prominence. In particular, commercial rappers and hip hop artists in the 1980s and 1990s, like Grandmaster Flash, Fat Joe, and Jay Z were some of the first to adopt the style on the big stage. As the hip hop movement grew, so too did the popularity of the Cuban link chain.
Today, Cuban link chains are one of the most beloved men's accessories available. Not only do mainstream rappers wear the classic design, millions of people, celebrities and non-celebrities alike have been seen wearing a Cuban link chain.