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Photography and website update

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Photography and website update

Throughout spring 2017, we will be upgrading all our product photographs and changing the look and feel of our site. Please bear with us as there will be some inconsistency and gaps as we integrate the changes.   If there is a pair of cufflinks you are interested in and would like to see more images, please use the contact form. We will also be adding an additional twenty designs to our range. 

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How your Cufflinks are made. Part I - Design

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How your Cufflinks are made. Part I - Design

This is the first in a series of posts that looks into what goes into making your cufflinks. Once the initial idea for a pair of cufflinks is formed in my mind, the first thing I  do is reach for the pencil and sketchbook - well that is a bit of a lie. I reach for a pencil but sometimes in lieu of a sketchbook, I use my workbench, an old envelope, a cigarette packet - whatever is close to hand, the medium isn't important. I do use a computer later on in the process, but I find the pen...

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Five shark films to watch after the pub

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Five shark films to watch after the pub

There are some films out there, which can only be enjoyed by first taking an entrata to one's local public house. To celebrate these Vistas of intemperance, we’ve listed our five favourite post-drinking shark films Number 5. Shark in Venice Hidden Medici treasure, the canals of Venice, a Great White shark, the Mafia and Stephen Baldwin - it’s a sure-fire recipe for cheese with plenty of opportunities to spot the continuity mistakes and count how many times a shot is reused. Bananas About Movies wrote that it is "a bad film, poorly made. But just bad enough to be worth...

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Cameron's Lament

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Cameron's Lament

    On Wednesday the 11th of July 2016 Prime Minister David Cameron after giving a speech was caught by an ITV News camera humming as he re-entered Number 10. Classic FM were quick on the scene, offering this analysis of the humming and giving it the title Cameron's Lament which further became a hashtag on twitter: #cameronslament   Which in turned spanned off some fine musical compositions; A few of our favourites are:   Cameron's Lament in C’Major       Cameron's Waltz   And this rather impressive improvisation by Gabriela Montero   We would like to mark this special...

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