Monday, June 17, 2024

Swirling Clouds and Crashing Waves – Inspiration for the NEW Summer Haze Cufflink Collection

A fusion of organic fresh tones brings Deakin & Francis’s new ‘Summer Haze Cufflink Collection’ to life this season. Capturing the hazy skies of the beautiful British summer and the crashing waves of a sandy beach, the collection is inspired by the palette of a quintessentially British summer.

A blend of deeper green and grey tones are perfectly complemented with a selection of lighter, brighter shades of pastel blue and lustrous silver to capture the essence of summer.

James Deakin, Creative Director, says: “Inspiration is everywhere, it’s all around me, and you can find it when you least expect it. For our latest offering, I found inspiration from English painter, John Constable’s 1822 ‘Cloud Study.’ The sky is a ‘playground for human imagination, where we can see several forms and shapes.

The stunning colours, movements and textures of swirling English skies have always fascinated me and I really wanted these cufflinks to capture the essence of a hazy, summer sky.

Beautifully hand-enamelled in this season’s colours, the organic and natural lines allow the vitreous enamel to show off its density, texture, tone and brightness. They are truly stunning, and, just like a real summer’s sky, as the light changes on these cufflinks you will see different tones shimmer and shine.”

Each of the six-colour’s sit harmoniously within a classic, round sterling silver setting with a domed oval spring link fitting to offer wearers a timeless, elegant look.

The iconic British brand offers an unrivalled selection of quality, hand-made cufflinks and accessories and their latest offering is a perfect example of their exquisite craftsmanship and quality.

Available to pre-order today – with a trade price £80 / RRP £195

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