New For April: Cufflinks

Over the last week we have been busy launching lots of beautiful new cufflink designs. 
Made from various metals and plated with beautiful rose gold, rhodium or gun metal, these stylish cufflinks are an ideal gift for someone special!
   Personalised Rose Gold Name Cufflinks, £46
A stylish pair of rectangular cufflinks made from brass and then plated with a beautiful rose gold and personalised with the names of your choice. 
Personalised Rectangular Name Cufflinks, £46
This cufflink variation is made from rhodium plated copper and can also be personalised with the names of your choice in a calligraphy style font. 
       Personalised Rose Gold Wrap Around Cufflinks, £48
These unique wrap around cufflinks are made from stainless steel and then plated with a beautiful rose gold finish. The unusual wrap around design allows the cufflinks to be securely locked into place.
Personalised Wrap Around Cufflinks, £48
This silver variation is made from  stainless steel and then plated with gun metal, a grey corrosion-resistant form of bronze containing zinc.     
Personalised Rectangular Coordinate Cufflinks, £48
A stylish pair of rectangular cufflinks made from rhodium plated copper and personalised with the location coordinates of your choice.
Personalised Rectangular Coordinate Cufflinks, £48
This rose gold variation is made from brass and then plated with a beautiful rose gold finish.
Click here to shop our full range of personalised cufflinks.

Let The Light In at Southbank Centre

As you may have seen on our social media channels, last week we went to London's Southbank Centre to celebrate the opening of 'Light Up The Room: Portraits by Rankin' exhibition, all in aid of Southbank's Let The Light In Campaign. We were lucky enough to design exclusive Light Shard Wooden Cufflinks for the collection alongside some of the UK's most acclaimed designers and up-and-coming makers. The jewellery collection is available to buy now in the Southbank Centre's online shop with all proceeds going toward the refurbishment and restoration of the Hayward Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room. The aim of the project is to Let The Light In to the Southbank Centre and restore the iconic 1960s buildings into arts spaces that will stimulate, inspire, educate and amaze for generations to come.
Inspired by the interplay of light on and within Southbank Centre's historic buildings, we created a set of light shard cufflinks that use wood-panelling to evoke a vintage feel. The exhibition of celebrity portraits by renowned photographer Ian Rankin, including all the jewellery is now on display at Southbank - including Nihal Arthanayake wearing our cufflinks!
The 'Light Up The Room: Portraits By Rankin' exhibition runs from 8 - 23 December 2016, in the Exhibition Space at Royal Festival Hall.
Shop the 'Let The Light In' jewellery collection here.