Inspired by seeing a workmate’s cufflinks on his desk, I have never owned a pair myself. Should I though, I’d have all of these!
The Trianon 18-karat Gold Lapis Cufflinks are extreme (in price!) but since seeing the Lapis Lazuli stone in person last year I was amazed at the rich ultramarine blue it has. Cuffed on wrists they can add that extra flash of razzle-dazzle.
Tateossian’s Skeleton Vintage Window Rhodium-plated Cufflinks are pretty sweet, with an edge of engineer-scientist madness. It reminds me of this 1980s Bulova Accutron watch I’ve inherited from my dad, where you can see the innards of the watch through the face.
These Alvar Rose Gold-tone Cufflinks by Alice Made This get my tick as well as I’m a big fan of rose gold (such is the colour of my wedding ring). The shape also reminds me of the big heavy metal buttons on this great one-of-a-kind Patrons denim jacket we featured on the blog a little while back.
Another mention for Tateossian, their Rhodium-plated Campo Del Cielo Meteorite Cufflinks are very cool. I dig cool looking rocks, and while these are probably cast, I dig the raw materials effect with holdfast claw securing it in.