A Brief History Of Cufflinks

Cufflinks have been worn for centuries, and when they were first produced they replaced the pieces of string which men had used to tie up the cuffs of their shirts because they had nothing else. That might have been practical, but not exactly something to be admired. So,...

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Why We Chose The Tudor Rose As Part Of Our Heritage Collection

At Wimbledon Cufflink Company we have a wide range of different designs of cufflinks that represent many aspects of our history. So, for instance, we have the English Rose, The Scottish Lion, The English Oak, The Shamrock, The Welsh Dragon, The Celtic Shield, The Crown, The RAF Jet...

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Our Thin Blue Line Police Cufflinks And Their History

At Wimbledon Cufflink Company we are always adding to our collection of cufflinks by thinking up new designs that go along with the types of cufflinks that we produce. Not for us the so-called humorous designs such as a pair of ambulances, astronauts, Baby Yoda, batman logos, and...

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You Need To Dress Smartly If You Want To Impress

Cufflinks have been around since the 1500’s, and over the years they have come into fashion, gone out of fashion, come in again – up and down like two kids on a seesaw. Yet for the cultured gentleman who shows respect for others and as a result wants...

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Cufflinks Can Be Fixed In A Variety Of Ways

Cufflinks have been around for a very long time. Their job is to link together double shirt cuffs that have no buttons. Years ago, men used to tie their shirt cuffs together with short pieces of string until the cufflink was invented in the early 1600’s. Today, cufflinks...

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