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A Huge Range Of Designer Cufflinks from Wimbledon Cufflink Company

At Wimbledon Cufflink Company we have a huge range of designer cufflinks. We are nothing if not creative, and all our cufflinks are in either silver or gold.

In fact, the first part of our business is design. We love to sit down and think up some ideas that we can translate into something that any gentleman would be proud to show off on his shirt cuffs. Something that is elegant and makes a statement about the sort of person you are. The man who not only likes to show his individuality but...

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Five Top Tips to Be a Well-dressed Gentleman

As specialists in unique and striking cufflink designs, we know that to make the most of your cufflinks, you need the style to go with them. 

Style is different to fashion. Fashion comes and goes, but style is forever. It is enduring and if you get it right, it can be a powerful part of your individual signature and how you interact with the world. 

Being a well-dressed gentleman is, of course, a question of style, and here are our five top tips to help you achieve the right look. 

  1. The Suit 

The suit is...

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Men At The Top Still Wear Suits, Ties, And Shirts With Cufflinks

Let’s face it: in the 21st century things have become dumbed down somewhat. Only 40 years ago, men would wear a suit when going to work, complete with a tie. It showed that you were smart and meant business. Today, many men never wear a suit, and even those that do often wear an open-necked shirt without a tie.

However, take a look, and you will see that the men at the top – company directors, hospital managers, MP’s, and the like – all wear suits with ties so that they can look as smart as possible, and this also...

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The Perfect Accessories for the Perfect Moment.

We pioneer in innovative cufflink designs. Check out our range of bespoke cufflinks and watches.  

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The history behind the Fokker watch

With our prestige Fokker watch, it will take you back in time with its elegantly engraved Fokker DR.I it’s definitely a perfect piece of history.

The plane, with its magnificent cantilever wings, supported by single interplane struts, surprisingly only had ailerons on the upper wings. The aircraft was created by one of the most important entrepreneurs in global aviation history, Anthony Fokker. In this blog, we give you facts about the most famous airplane of WW1 and the man nicknamed ‘The Flying Dutchman.’ 

The Fokker’s rival

Initially, the Fokker DR.1 was built in response to the British...

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