Cufflinks are a great way for a man to bring out his personality. The cufflinks in our range are part of our collections, and all of the collections also include a tie pin to match, allowing you to easily create a stylish overall impression.
The range includes more traditional, angular cufflinks, but also ones that directly repeat the motif of the collection, such as Noble and Warrior. All of the pieces are made of sterling silver. The brighter pieces are rhodium-plated to prevent discolouration.
Use instructions and history of cufflinks
Cufflinks are used to fasten so-called French cuffs, which can be found in tuxedo and tailcoat shirts, for instance. These types of cuffs have buttonholes but no buttons, and you should actually never try and put cufflinks to cuffs that have buttons. Cufflinks are put through the buttonholes in the cuff so that the cuff lapels are next to each other without overlapping. If one side of the cufflink is more decorative than the other, as is usually the case these days, that side will be placed on the outermost cuff lapel.
The history of cufflinks goes back to the 1700s, at which point buttons joined with chains started becoming more commonplace among the nobility to fasten crepes on the cuffs. Over past centuries, the popularity of cufflinks has waxed and waned. These days, cufflinks are mostly worn with a suit. Most men only wear cufflinks for special occasions, but some also use them as part of their stylish everyday or work apparel to express their personal style or playfulness.