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.
Fleur de Lis Cufflink
Wear the ageless symbol of the flower of the lily in a pattern of three, signifying perfection, light and life.
The Fokker Watch
Boldly wear a watch depicting the German fighter plane that became notorious during World War One.
The Griffin Watch
Display the mythological magnificence of an ancient beast, part-lion, part-eagle, evoking an age of bygone heraldry with this original wristwatch.
Sopwith Camel Watch
Honour the bravery of gallant, pioneering pilots, and celebrate the glory of early flight with this vivid emblem of a World War One fighter plane.
The Lion Watch
The king of beasts ennobles the wearer of this elegant timepiece, symbolising courage and honour executed with vigour.
Circuit Board Cufflink
Celebrate the spark of inspiration with this dynamic gold and green design based on a circuit board.
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 Snowflake Cufflink
Silver on deep blue rendition of a natural masterpiece, supremely evocative of the season.
DNA Double Helix Cufflink
The discovery of DNA during the late 20th century marked a milestone in scientific knowledge.