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Cufflinks

Christopher originally began making cufflinks because he could not find what he wanted readily available. It quickly became apparent that there was demand for his designs when his friends started commissioning pieces.

Because of the dating information inherent in hallmarking, these cufflinks have been given as presents for anniversaries, birthdays and, for the more forward thinking, christenings. Bear in mind that Christopher will consider commissioned cufflinks (see the fish and the oars), which allows you to play a part in the creative process and ensure that they are personalised to the recipient. Please click on the Commissions link for more information.

Cufflink Backs: Please specify the type of back required when ordering. The swivel back is the standard, but Christopher can also make bar and chain backs or rod and button backs (see example) if required. 

Simple Silver Cufflinks

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Flat Cufflinks

Made from thick silver for a good heft and a very corporate feel.

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Cusped cufflinks

A variation on the traditional flat look.

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Cusped Cufflinks with bar and button clasp

As above, but with a simple push through back.

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Bar Cufflinks with small hallmarks

A hefty silver bar decorated with discrete hallmarks along the bottom right edge (see detail).

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Standard Bar Cufflinks

These bars of silver use my larger hallmark for stylishly forthright decoration.

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Long Bar Cufflinks

With 3cm long bars (as opposed to the usual 2cm), these make a statement. They also look good in ladies shirts.

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Plain Cufflinks

Christopher's very first design. These go with everything and are not too showy. Come unhallmarked unless otherwise requested.

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Round Cufflinks

Again a plain, unhallmarked design which works well with everything. These are shown with the bar and button backs.

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Examples of commissions and mixed material cufflinks

Square and Compass Cufflinks

Designed for a Mason.

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DNA Cufflinks

This double helix was designed as a present for a prominent scientist.

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SAP Inspired Cufflinks
There use cold enamelling to get the colour. Chris spent two years on an SAP implementation and came to like the screen refresh symbol. There may be a long lead time on these.
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Solid Bar Cufflinks

Originally designed as a chunky cufflink with no moving parts.

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Rectangular Mokume Gane Cufflinks.

Produced using a Japanese layered metal technique.

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Round Mokume Gane Cufflinks.

Produced using a Japanese layered metal technique.

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Rectangular Mokume Gane Cufflinks.

Produced using a Japanese layered metal technique.

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Polkadot Mokume Gane Cufflinks.

Produced using a Japanese layered metal technique. The dots are from a gold layer in the metal.

 
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Fish Cufflinks

Made for an angler, these have proved a popular design.

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Oar Cufflinks

Commissioned for an oarsman.

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Concrete Cufflinks

A great piece of industrial design and an unusual way to use the worlds most ubiquitous material.

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Coin Cufflinks

Christopher used a cuttlefish bone to take a silver casting of both sides of a one pence coin. Not a perfect copy, but an amusing item to wear.

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Square Barb Cufflinks

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Round Barb Cufflinks


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Elephant cufflinks

Fashioned from an African carving which was used to make the castings.
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Horseshoe Cufflinks


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Contact:
christopher@collarsandcuffs.co.uk