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Cufflinks and Menswear

Borafiki                                                       Created as a ninth wedding anniversary gift, these cufflinks include the ninth anniversary stone, the beautiful blue lapis lazuli. Each stone is cradled in hand created silver arms. Borafiki is taken from the Swahili words meaning ‘best friend’.


Moonstruck                                               Inspired by the sunnier climes of the world, these 9ct gold cufflinks use contrasting yellow and rose gold to represent a shinning sun. An enigma is created by the moonstone set at the centre of each piece. Moonstone is the birthstone for June.

Dionysus                                                    Named after the Greek god, these ‘tragedy and comedy’ cufflinks use the traditional drama masks to great effect. The worship of Dionysus was connected to village revels from which comedy and tragedy appear to have originated. Fitted with garnets, the January birthstone, they are ideal for a ‘man of the stage’.

khazna Khazna                                                               This heavy silver pendant is set with three lapis lazuli cabochons. An ancient stone, lapis was once thought to guard against evil and the name of the piece, ‘Khazna’, comes from the Arabic, meaning ‘safe’.

These 18ct white gold cufflinks were made from the melted down gold of an old ring. They are the initials of the son and daughter of the recipient of the cufflinks. The name is the old English word for 'are', a homophone of 'R'.


These unique 9ct gold cufflinks and tie pin have a distinctive textured surface which is based on the treads of a Scorpion tank. They were designed for an enthusiastic tank collector.


These unusual cufflinks use the two halves of an ancient geode, displaying the stunning crystal interior. Each piece is set in a silver claw setting.



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