Made in Britain
can be personalised
Another quirky original design by the Twisted Typist for those that like something a little different to the norm!
These hand-crafted Sterling silver cufflinks are perfect for those special messages that you don't necessarily want the rest of the world to read, making them ideal for husbands, boyfriends, lovers, grooms, father of the bride...
You don't have to have a special ocassion to wear these but they do make wonderful wedding day cufflinks or a fabulous gift for dad on Father's Day.
Perfect to wear on the day itself but so stylish and contemporary that he will want to wear them every day afterwards too!
These cufflinks are sure to please the most stylish man in your life.
You can choose your own personalisation - anything you like using letters, numbers and spaces up to 30 characters long on each cufflink so you can really go to town with what you would like to say. Perhaps it would be the place and time of your wedding, a cheeky message (we won't blush if you don't), you can say a lot with 60 characters. And as the cufflink has to be twisted and turned in your fingers to be able to read the message in full, they are very discreet.
Characters can include UPPER or lowercase letters (A-Z), numbers (0-9) and the symbols: ° & ♥ ★ ? / ! " ., : ; ∞ * ?
If you are unsure how to type these in, just highlight and cut and paste from here.
To make your gift even more special we can print Personalised Gift Ribbon, a great alternative to a gift tag and/or card. You can have up to 250 letters (including spaces), or if you would prefer a shorter message we will repeat it along the length of ribbon. Tie it round your gift bag or box your gift is ready to give! Perfect!
Sterling silver with a solid post and ball cufflink back which makes putting them on very easy and they are extremely comfortable to wear. Clean with a good quality jeweller's silver cloth regularly.
Approx 2cm wide, the ball is approx 8mm wide.
Your silver jewellery will be handmade by silversmiths working in our quirky little jewellery studio housed in an Old Victorian Fire Station in Biggleswade, a market town in Bedfordshire.