At Wimbledon Cufflink Company we are always creating new designs of cufflinks. Somebody in the office comes up with a new idea so we sit down and chat about it, then if we think it’s a good idea, we’ll draw a design and if everyone approves, we’ll make it and add it to our stocks.
This way, over the years, we have come up with some ideas that our customers love, and they keep coming back to us to see what’s new. So, for instance, we now have the SPQR cufflink which is a stunning design in gold on a blue background. SPQR stands for Senatus Populusque Romanus and it means “the Senate and People of Rome” but of course, if you are a Latin scholar you would know that.
Then we have the Mediterranean Sunburst cufflinks which are based on the design of a Spanish tile and are just the thing to make a startling impression on everyone you meet. These have the design in gold, red, and blue. We also have our circuit board design. The circuit board is the thing that connects and supports electrical components which power just about everything around us from computers to clocks.
We also produce a pair of cufflinks showing the double helix symbol of DNA. We all have DNA, but it was only discovered in the 20th century. The double helix is similar to two serpents entwined around each other, and we depict them in gold on light blue.
Another example is the Rod of Aesculapius. This Greek god is associated with healing and medicine, and we show his winged rod which is entwined with a serpent.
We also produce lots of cufflinks depicting the symbols of many nations, such as the English Rose, the American Eagle, the Scottish Thistle, and Celtic symbol cufflinks which include the Welsh Dragon and the Irish Shamrock. If you are proud of your heritage, why not show it and shout it out loud for all to see?Not only do we produce a huge choice of different designs, but we will also produce bespoke cufflinks if you wish. So, for example, you could have all your staff wearing the company logo, or we could make cufflinks with your football team logo.