A potent mythological symbol of healing brought to life in vivid gold on deep blue.

The Greek God Aesculapius is associated with medicine and healing, and the winged rod he carries is entwined with a serpent. In ancient Greece, non-venomous snakes were used in healing rituals. Here, the serpent implies notions of therapy and even resurrection, where those who adopt medical science experience a kind of shedding of old skin. As such, the symbol retains a timeless power and a particular resonance for anyone involved in healthcare, healing or therapy. As a cufflink design, it has a compelling and dramatic aura.

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The Oak Gold Cufflink

Robustly steadfast, gold and green, an enduring symbol of reliability and nobility.Named after Charles II, who hid in a hollow oak tree from his roundhead pursuers after the battle of...
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The English Rose Gold CufflinkThe English Rose Gold Cufflink

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The English Rose Gold Cufflink

In blue and gold, the rose is the true mark of the English romantic. One of England’s national symbols, the English Rose was also known as the Tudor Rose, adopted...
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Three English Lions Gold CufflinkThree English Lions Gold Cufflink

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Three English Lions Gold Cufflink

England’s abiding Royal Arms, in glorious gold, on both the battlefield and the football pitch. For many followers of English history and sport this may be the most potent, and...
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The Shamrock Gold CufflinkThe Shamrock Gold Cufflink

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The Shamrock Gold Cufflink

A young sprig of clover that symbolises the very essence of the Irish, in bright white and gold. Availble in Blue and gold and Green and Gold  The shamrock was...
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The Griffin Gold CufflinkThe Griffin Gold Cufflink

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The Griffin Gold 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.With references to it dating as far...
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SPQR Gold Cufflink

Inspire yourself and others with a striking, visual reminder of Rome’s imperial past, when its elite power was unmatched. SPQR means the Roman Senate and People. The Empire’s legions proudly...
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The Welsh Dragon Gold CufflinksThe Welsh Dragon Gold Cufflinks

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The Welsh Dragon Gold Cufflinks

Immortalised on the Welsh Flag, the dragon is transformed into a powerful cufflink design rendered in gold against a red background The dragon has earned its place on the national...
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The Golden Lion CufflinkThe Golden Lion Cufflink

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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.The Golden Lion is a symbol that cuts across many...
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The Tudor Rose Gold CufflinkThe Tudor Rose Gold Cufflink

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The Tudor Rose Gold Cufflink

The Tudor rose symbolises unity, peace and integrity. It embodies the status of great English dynasties and the poetics of English heritage. The Tudor rose represents the unification of two...
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The English Lion Silver Cufflink

The king of beasts and enduring heraldic symbol of English royalty, dating back to the 12th century. Men of noble birth, as early as the future King John, adopted the...
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Circuit Board Gold CufflinkCircuit Board Gold Cufflink

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Circuit Board Gold Cufflink

Celebrate the spark of inspiration with this dynamic gold and green design based on a circuit board.Some things we take for granted without stopping to look at the strange beauty...
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The Irish Harp Gold CufflinksThe Irish Harp Gold Cufflinks

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The Irish Harp Gold Cufflinks

These sophisticated Irish harp cufflinks have a 600-year-old history. The harp has been considered a symbol of Irish heritage and nationalism since the 13th century. In Irish mythology, the harp...
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