Well chosen cufflinks can elevate a gent’s appearance from good to great. The diversity of styles available means that cufflinks can be eccentric, distinctive, contemporary or discrete- but ultimately reflect your unique style. They are a combination of function and form. They achieve so much more than simply securing shirt cuffs- they are an accessory which men can exploit to add colour, character and individuality to their appearance.They reveal aspects of your personality, hobbies and interests. These sterling silver viking cufflinks make a statement. Fabulously crafted, the helmet is pavé set with black spinel, and ruby eyes are skilfully set into the beard.
Micro pavé setting is an art form, and the word translates from French as “paved”. The stones are set very close together, resembling a paved or cobblestone street of gems. The work is intricate, time consuming and labour intensive- so skilled setters are trained to specialise in this painstaking work. This popular setting results in a dazzling display which sparkles when moved in light. The pavé set helmet is a great example of this type of work.
The horns are enamelled in pearly white and the cufflink mechanism has a unique bone design fitting. Unsurprisingly inspired by Scandinavian pirates, these sterling silver viking cufflinks are right at home in the Larsson boutique.
In accordance with the Hallmarking Act 1973, the cufflinks are independently hallmarked to verify the sterling silver. It will also bear the Deakin & Francis sponsor’s mark. Hallmarks are a guarantee of authenticity. For more information on understanding hallmarks, please refer to this blog.
Presentation and Packaging
Beautifully presented in a Deakin & Francis cufflink box and giftbag