The Oak Cufflink
Robustly steadfast, gold and green, an enduring symbol of reliability and nobility.
The English Lion Cufflinks
The king of beasts and enduring heraldic symbol of English royalty, dating back to the 12th century.
The Griffin Cufflink
A magnificent mythological creature with an eagle’s head and wings joined to the body of a lion, vividly depicted in gold on deep blue.
Spanish Moonlight Cufflink
Capture that moment of moonlit magic when the day has ended but the night seems to go on forever, with this Spanish tile cufflink design.
The Scottish Lion Cufflink
The mighty roar of The Lion Rampant, courageous and strong, bold in blue and silver.
One Fleur de lis cufflink in Gold and blue
A potent symbol, traditionally associated with French royalty but with ancient mythical roots, available in gold or silver.
The Golden Lion Cufflink
Wear a miniature portrait of the king of beasts in gold, a universally recognised symbol of power, dignity, courage and nobility.
Inspire yourself and others with a striking, visual reminder of Rome’s imperial past, when its elite power was unmatched.
The English Rose Cufflink
In blue and gold, the rose is the true mark of the English romantic.
The Shamrock Cufflink
A young sprig of clover that symbolises the very essence of the Irish, in bright white and gold.
The American Eagle Cufflink
What does it mean to be independent? Here, the American Eagle captures that state of freedom, having been the national bird of the United States since 1782.
Three English Lions Cufflink
England’s abiding Royal Arms, in glorious gold, on both the battlefield and the football pitch.