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  1. Deakin & Francis Designer Skull Cameo Cufflinks
    Deakin & Francis Designer Skull Cameo Cufflinks

    Item Ref: BMC0002C0001/262

    £75.00
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  2. Deakin & Francis Tennis Racket Cufflinks
    Deakin & Francis Tennis Racket Cufflinks

    Item Ref: BMC0991C0009/274

    £75.00
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  3. Deakin & Francis Vintage Racing Car Cufflinks
    Deakin & Francis Vintage Racing Car Cufflinks

    Item Ref: BMC1061C0011/275

    £99.00
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  4. Deakin & Francis Designer Dice Cufflinks
    Deakin & Francis Designer Dice Cufflinks

    Item Ref: BMC0808C0013/273

    £115.00
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We also offer Luxury Deakin and Francis Mens Cufflinks on our site. Deakin & Francis is a British brand and manufacturer of Luxury Cufflinks,  that uses tools, techniques and traditions passed down from past generations. Founded in 1786 and passing the expertise of cufflink craftsmanship through three centuries and seven generations, today Deakin & Francis is a bright example of craftsmen at their finest. The roles include metalworkers who stamp blanks and prepare them for the workshop, enamellers who pioneer  in highly skilled work of vitreous enamelling and polishers who prepare the product for the market. Despite the passing of time, the business has remained in the same building that once had as its resident the legendary James Watt. He was the figurehead of Industrial Revolution who created and revolutionised the pioneering for its time piece of technology called "the steam engine"! Their bold, daring and beautiful signature cufflink designs  and their experience create a perfect blend of heritage, product design and innovation. From eclectic & quirky to classic & sophisticated – there is a style to suit every taste and personality. We offer many Designs, namely Skull Cufflinks,Sporty Cufflinks, Enamel Cufflinks, Animal Cufflinks,Fundamentals Collection,Classic Cufflinks. Although the first cufflinks appeared in the 1600s, they did not become common until the end of the 18th century. Their development is closely related to that of the men's shirt. Men have been wearing shirt-like articles of clothing since the invention of woven fabric 5,000 years BC. Although styles and methods of manufacturing changed, the underlying form remained the same: a tunic opened to the front with sleeves and collar. Conclusively, it would be safe to say that Deakin and Francis is one of the first brands in the industry with historical importance and much experience on the cufflink market. Their cufflinks are a sight to behold with a long-lasting appeal.