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Silver Cufflinks

cufflink shaped like a roof

Turquoise blue Cufflinks New designs of shirt cufflink incorporating real stones in vibrant colours.

lapis cufflinks

The three available colours of these cufflinks are a dark blue lapis, turquoise and dark green paua shell.

cufflinks inlaid with turquoise

The turquoise is a popular choice for brightening a grey or dull suit.

The first mass production of cufflinks used a device based on a machine used for making cartridge shells during the American Civil War. It became very popular with American businesses, who engraved the cufflink with their trademarks and advertising.

UK flag silver cufflinksUK Flags
£49.95 - The red, white and blue colours of the infamous union jack flag
fire design cufflinksFire Cufflinks
£23.95 - cufflinks with an unusual pattern, similar to the flames of a fire, etched into the silver.
silver cufflinks with four swirlsFour swirls
£22.95 - A decorative style of smooth curves of silver create these stunning cufflinks.
blue mother of pearl cufflinksBlue Mother of pearl
£22.95 - sold out - Classic styling incorporating a lovely light blue colour of mother of pearl
shirt cuff
malachite cufflinksMalachite cufflinks
£38.95 - sold out -A pair which cleverly uses Malachite from South America that blends a rich cornucopia of green colour with the neutrality of shining silver.
paua-shell cufflinks Paua-shell
£37.95 - sold out -This magical shell from New Zealand radiates a rich variety of colour to make these cufflinks really stand out.
gecko silver cufflinksGeckos
£48.95 - sold out - A pair of geckos captured in fine detail on these novel shirt accessories.
white mother of pearl cufflinksWhite cufflinks
£46.95 - sold out -The off white reflective mother of pearl allows these cufflinks to combine with almost any colour of shirt.

Cuff links are the the ideal gentleman's present of jewellery. They compliment any shirt cuff adding a touch of sophistication to that evening out. Each pair is dispatched in a gift box and make a lasting gift. Moreover since only real silver is used there is no worry over any gilt peeling off, as so often happens with their counterparts made from inferior metals.


The cufflink is only suitable for a shirt that has a button hole on both sides and does not already have shirt buttons. With minor embroidery skills however, it is relatively easy to cut off the button and stitch in that extra hole.


The cuff-links are constructed from 92.5% silver and 7.5% Copper (to add strength to their design). Provided they are kept polished the cuff-links should last for many years. We suggest using a suitable silver polish cloth to remove any excessive tarnishing that may attract over the polished surface of the cuff link.