Sunday, May 26, 2024

Fine Hounds Collection

Not only does 2018 celebrate the Chinese Year of the Dog, it also sees the introduction of the latest Fine Hounds capsule collection of cufflinks from Deakin & Francis. Featuring a ‘pawsome’ array of the very finest dog breeds, there is something for every dog lover.

You will find charming Chihuahua’s, beloved Pug’s, loveable Labrador and delightful Dalmatian’s.

Containing 23 of the most popular dog breeds, the cufflinks are all skilfully crafted from Sterling Silver and set with stunning cabochon blue sapphire eyes – sure to get tails wagging!

“A gentleman’s best friend is most definitely of the four-legged variety and as we celebrate the Chinese Year of the Dog there was no better time to launch this collection.”

James Deakin, Creative Director. “Said to bring good fortune, these fine breeds began life as hand-carved models. Capturing each dog’s characteristics and features was of key importance; I really wanted a capsule collection of top dogs!”

Plus, to help celebrate the launch of the collection in extra style, the heritage brand has teamed up with the UK’s largest dog charity, the Dogs Trust. For every purchase made from the Fine Hounds collection, a donation of 10% will be made to the charity to help make a difference to the lives of thousands of dogs. “We are delighted to be working in conjunction with the Dogs Trust!

We hope our charming chappies will not only look good relaxing on a shirt cuff, but will also help with the well-being of the dogs in their care. Just like the real thing, these cufflinks are sure to be the perfect companions for life.” Henry Deakin, Managing Director.

Complete with small domed oval spring link fittings and a full set of Deakin & Francis hallmarks, these cufflinks are available to order today.

Available to order today.

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