Mad about cufflinks


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A brief history of cufflinks

Cufflinks are used to secure button shirt cuffs and may also be an item of jewellery for men. Cufflinks can be manufactured from a variety of different materials, such as glass, stone, leather, metal, precious metal or combinations of these. Securing of the cufflinks is usually achieved via toggles or reverses based on the design of the front section, which can be folded into position. In addition, there are also variants with chains or a rigid, bent rear section. The front sections of the cufflinks can be decorated with gemstones, inlays, inset material or enamel and designed in two or three-dimensional form.

Cufflinks are designed only for use with shirts which have buttonholes on both sides but no buttons. These may be either single or double-length (“French”) cuffs, and may be worn either “kissing,” with the ends pinched together, or “barrel-style,” with one end overlapping the other. The “barrel-style” was popularized by a famous 19th century entertainer and clown, Dan Rice; however, “kissing” cuffs are usually preferred.

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Clay white head cufflinks
Men’s silver soaring bird Cufflinks
Silver corkscrew cufflinks
Lighter cufflinks
Negative style film strip silver photo cufflinks
Vintage watch movement cufflinks
Bicycle cufflinks
Star Wars R2D2 cufflinks
Two-Tone Champagne bottle & flutes cufflinks
Silver fold out functional ruler cufflinks
Gear cufflinks
Iron Man cufflinks
Scissor cufflinks
Personalised rectangle photo cufflinks
iPad cufflinks
Retro 1980s heavy cube game fun cufflinks
Polished silver oval WIFI and 2GB USB combination cufflinks
Ox and bull pocket knife cufflinks
Luke Skywalker 3D lightsaber cufflinks
Crossing my fingers hands good luck fortune cufflinks


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A writer of poetry and prose and a lover of all things beautiful and inspirational. I associate the creativeness of various styles of jewellery with my writing. I appreciate items that are unique and sentimental to individuals.

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