In the early days, kings and princes used fabric cuff strings on their sleeves to complement their wardrobes when attending events such as grand balls. Originally accented with ruffles, cuff strings were eventually supplemented with gems such as diamonds and gold bands. As fashion evolved, gold cuffs individually held by buttons came into being. More popularly known as cufflinks, the design became popular among men of nobility and royal circles and passed on to generations to this day. Noted silver jewelry designer Metalsmiths Sterling continues to cater to the needs of men with a taste for fine cufflinks. The company’s Signature Cuff Links are impeccably designed for those who put weight on quality and detail. They are made of pure sterling silver and feature a unique masculine design.
Metalsmiths Sterling cufflinks are available at Keller & George's on Millmont Street.