Deakin & Francis Vintage Racing Car Cufflinks BMC1061C0011


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Deakin & Francis Vintage Racing Car Cufflinks BMC1061C0011
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Manufacturers of the world’s finest cufflinks since 1786, Deakin & Francis are England’s oldest family jeweller.

The company are masters of the art of design; employing tools, traditions and techniques passed from one generation to the next. Founded in 1786, the company was originally set up by Benjamin Woolfield who was later joined by Charles Washington Shirley Deakin. Seven generations after their ancestor developed the product range, the business is today managed by brothers, James and Henry Deakin.

These vintage car cufflinks are sure to move you into pole position! Modelled on the vintage cars of the 1950s, this design features an elongated bonnet and moving wheels that spin their way along your cuff.

Part of the Fundamentals collection, this innovative range offers the highest quality cufflinks that are made to last a lifetime. With domed oval spring link fittings featuring the Deakin & Francis logo for authenticity, these cufflinks come beautifully packaged in Deakin & Francis' unique presentation box.

  • Item reference: BMC1061C0011

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