Men’s Jewellery Part 1 – Father’s Day is coming…

London Jewellery School Blog_Men's JewelleryFather's Day 19th June

With father’s day rapidly approaching in the UK (19th June in case you need to mark it on your calendar!) tutor Anna Campbell has been having a look at some of the trends in men’s jewellery. In the first part of this series on mancessories (is that a new word?!) she has been looking at cufflinks.

Cufflinks are a traditional form of men’s jewellery for those that choose to/have to wear formal shirts. However, they are a great way to show a little personality! Which of these would suit the fathers in your life?


Douglas Spell Cufflinks

Sterling silver oval cufflinks by Douglas Spell



personalised-cufflinks by oh so cherished

Personalised cufflinks by Oh So Cherished




Initial cufflinks by Penelope Tom



Hipster-Beard-Cufflinks-1024x670Hipster beard cufflinks by Iron + Oak



theo fennell skull cufflinks

18CT Yellow gold skull cufflinks by Theo Fennell


Tattoo inspired



Silver ASOS swallow tattoo inspired cufflinks



Steampunk Cufflinks

Vintage watch movement cufflinks by Steampunk Jewelry Designs




Silver coordinates cufflinks by Sally Clay



Football Cufflinks

Football cufflinks by Jewel Co





Union flag cufflinks from Menswearstore




Enamelled silver welly cufflinks by David-Louis Design



Cyclist cufflinks

Bike chain cufflinks by Katie’s Bike


Happy Shopping for all those Fathers and Father figures out there!

Author: Anna Campbell

LJG Guest Blogger - Anna Campbell of Campbell Hall Designs


One Comment

  1. Posted May 2, 2016 at 6:00 am | Permalink | Reply

    great post..! Love this Men’s Jewellery..!

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