Saturday, May 25, 2024

New ‘Love Bug’ Cufflinks

The latest offering from designers and manufacturers, Deakin & Francis, are sure to knock your spots off! And, with Valentine’s day fast approaching, these stunning ladybird ‘love-bug’ cufflinks are the perfect choice.

Inspired by childhood nature trails and the great outdoors, these delightfully friendly little insects have been hand-assembled out of 38 highly engineered components to bring you a pair of cufflinks like never before.

Modelled to perfection, these gorgeous bugs feature beautiful, inlayed, deep red, leather wings and carefully hand-painted black spots and eyes which look stunning against a crisp white shirt.

However, gently squeeze the shiny antennas together and watch as the ladybirds raise their realistic, articulated wings. And, as the wings slowly lift, they reveal a distinctive, modernist black inner body of a beetle.

James Deakin, Creative Director, says ‘Who wouldn’t love these beautiful little creatures? Like all our cufflinks, they are finished to the highest standard. However, it was their wings that I really wanted to perfect – from the smooth, spring lifting mechanism to their stunning red, textured leather finish. These unique little bugs are sure to make anyone who wears them fall in love with them – they have been designed to amaze!’

Traditionally associated with good luck, these striking ladybird cufflinks are a match made in heaven! The perfect romantic gesture for Valentines or a special occasion – these little love bugs are sure to attract some attention.

Part of the Fundamentals collection, this innovative range offers the highest quality cufflinks that are made to last a lifetime. These Ladybird cufflinks come with domed oval spring link fittings featuring the Deakin & Francis logo for authenticity.

Available to order today – with a trade price £125 / RRP £300.

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