|Cuff links by Jim Littlewolf|
Cuff links have never been out of style. They simply dress up a gentleman's outfit and the Gallery carries a large selection sure to fit any man's style - silver and turquoise by Jim Little Wolf, painted resin by Faryn Davis or the silver and gemstones by Cecilia Minnehan.
|Faryn Davis resin cuff links|
On the subject of cuff links, did you know...
The most expensive cuff links ever were a pair given to King Edward VIII by his wife Wallis Simpson, which were sold at auction for $440,000.
It was customary that a gentleman not buy his own cuff links, but that they should be given to commemorate special occasions.
|Cecilia Minnehan mother of pear cuff links|
The National Cufflink Society points to evidence of cuff links found in the hieroglyphics in King Tut’s tomb.
Prior to cuff links, tailors used pins, laces, and straps to keep clothes together. The first cuff links were chains threaded through cuff holes and fastened with a gold or silver button.
|Minnehan geometric cuff links|