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The History of Cufflinks

Cufflinks appeared in Europe at the beginning of the 17th century. Initially reserved for the wealthy classes to show of their refinement and status, they soon took on a utilitarian function.

Cufflinks used to be worn by gentlemen who wanted to wash their hands and roll up their sleeves without needing to remove their jacket or shirt. They also replaced the ribbons and lace that would elegantly hold up sleeves.

Over time cufflinks became more sophisticated. Fashion designers made them both pieces of jewelry and fashion accessories that were indispensable for men’s elegance beginning in 1970. They then went out of fashion to be forgotten before rising from ashes at the beginning of 2000.

 

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    Jaubalet’s Cufflinks

    The sale of cufflinks is currently booming thanks to the Internet. Many online shops now sell them. There are cufflinks for all tastes and budgets.

    Today, cufflinks have one goal: the elegance of the men who wear them. For Jaubalet, elegance rhymes with originality, quality and noble materials. See Jaubalet Paris’ signature cufflinks and customize or personalize them.

     To go even further custom-design your cufflinks;they will be original and unique. The jewelry designer and crafter specialized in custom-design will assist you in creating your own cufflinks.

    The quality of our cufflinks

    You will therefore have the choice between custom-designed cufflinks created and produced according to your tastes and personality, and our collection that you can customize and personalize to meet your needs. Whatever your choice, we guarantee our luxury cufflinks in gold, with diamonds or other fine or precious gemstones. We also provide you with a choice of 23 colors of lacquer to dazzle your wrists.

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    History That’s Always In Style

    In the 19th century cufflinks were used to attach the double cuffs of a men’s shirt, also known as French cuffs.  Since then, cufflinks have become real jewellery for men.  They are not only becoming trendy but being made in different materials. In essence, cufflinks have respected deep-rooted tradition since their creation. As is often said, “tradition remains tradition”. White gold cufflinks remain timeless and go well with all kinds of menswear.


    Coveted white gold

    It is said that white represents unity and perfect stability in western countries. For generations white has been linked to marriage, purity, virginity and somewhat perfection and the divine. Today white gold is one of the most widely used gold colours in fine jewellery making.

    Therefore, whether worn on a white or coloured shirt, an elegant or casual suit, cufflinks bring that added touch of elegance, distinction and discrete chic.

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    Cuff links appeared in the 17th century. Until then, men used ribbons or lace to elegantly fasten their shirtsleeves. The first cufflinks were made of two gold or silver buttons connected by a small chain. They were generally worn with mousquetaire shirtsleeves which were double faced sleeves folded over and rather stiff which made fastening them with a simple button quite difficult. From the 17th to the 19th centuries, cufflinks were only worn by the elite. They were costly and considered jewelry to be worn on special occasions or professionally. At that time, King Edward VII started an infatuation for cufflinks set with precious gemstones. It was only in the 20th century that cufflinks became more accessibleWell-known luxury fashion houses and jewelry designers created new more modern models. From that time on, cufflinks became an indispensable accessory that all men should have, and consequently they could be found in a wide range of prices starting at as little as 15 euros going as high as thousands of euros for the most luxurious ones and those made of various precious metals or original ones such as Palladium. 

    The Characteristics of Palladium-Plated Silver Cufflinks

    Silver cufflinks are well known and well liked. Silver has been used to produce jewelry and coins since 2500 years BC and constitutes a sure thing for all men. Nevertheless, in the age of originality and innovation, jewelry designers are on the look out for new more resistant and durable precious metals for their creations. Pure silver is a very malleable precious metal but soft and oxidizable. It therefore needs to be alloyed with other metals to obtain high quality jewelry. This is where palladium comes in. This metal from the platinum family is very rare and is exceptionally wear resistant and, paradoxically, surprisingly lightweight. It is naturally white with a beautiful everlasting sparkle and a structure that is close to silver. A silver and palladium alloy makes it possible to obtain lightweight cufflinks that don’t oxidize and whose color and sparkle will last a long time.

    The virtues of Palladium-Plated Silver Cufflinks

    Silver has always been associated with peace and harmony. In Mythology, its sparkle is compared to that of the moon. Egyptians adored it for its purity and considered it as precious as gold. In Antique Greece, silver with its bactericide and germicide virtues was used to fight infections and treat wounds .In lithotherapy, silver is believed to maintain a balance between the mind and physical well being. It is thought to strengthen the power of the stones with which it is associated. Silver is also credited with reducing vision problems and with helping to absorb vitamins A and E. On the other hand, no specific virtues are attributed to or know about palladium.

    Caring for Palladium-Plated Silver Cufflinks

    A certain amount of care is necessary to preserve the sparkle of palladium-plated silver jewelry. Use a special jewelry solution or soapy water to clean it.  It is important to rinse it well to remove any soap residue and to carefully dry the jewelry piece before wearing or storing it.Since silver tends to tarnish, you can also use your silver cleaner for your cufflinks as you would for silverware. Your jeweler can clean and polish it for you as well.

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    Gold, the colour of light

    Yellow gold has travelled through the ages beginning with ancient civilizations such as the Inca and Egyptian times. It is synonymous with luxury, glory and wealth. Its value as well as its colour has always been coveted. As a symbol of strength and power, yellow gold enraptures men and women throughout the world. Cufflinks in yellow gold, the colour of light and the sun, add just the right touch of distinction and elegance and go well with any attire.

    The Final Detail…

    Everything is a matter of detail. Generally speaking, wear plain cufflinks during the day and bedazzle with elegance for major events in the evening. Discretely let your cufflinks go beyond the cuff of your jacket. Jaubalet Paris provides you with exclusive models that can be customized and personalized. Tempt yourself with an outstanding model of yellow gold cufflinks engraved with your initials or set with pearls or precious gemstones.

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    Cufflinks are used to attach mousquetaire type shirtsleeves. They were formerly made of two buttons connected by a chain. Today many different types of cufflinks exist: silk or cotton knots, stud/button cufflinks, bullet back and toggle closure cufflinks, locking cufflinks. There are also many different materials including silver, brass, rhodium-plated cufflinks, palladium, mother of pearl, crystal, and what interests us here silver-gilt. Vermeil* or silver-gilt is a precious metal and is made of the solid metal covered with a layer of gold i.e. gold-plated silver. Silver-gilt is obtained following a chemical process called electroplating which consists in applying a thin layer of gold on solid silver. The quality of the gold used is subject to different legislation depending on the country. In France the gold must by 75% pure and at least 5 microns thick. Jewelry obtained this way is durable, wear resistant and maintains its  luster longer. In addition, it does not tarnish and is scratch resistant. 

    The History of Yellow Gold Silver-Gilt Cufflinks

    Silver-gilt has existed since antique times, as gold-gilded silver objects have been found from the Pre-Colombian era or jewelry from ancient Greek and Roman populations. Numerous ancient peoples used their own gilding techniques. The Incas gave real meaning to gold and silver because these two metals represented respectively the sun and the moon. They used a plating technique that aimed to remove in order to guarantee the quality of the gold plating on silver. Mercury gilding was used in the 18th century before electroplating existed but was quickly abandoned due to its high toxicity for the workers.

    The Advantage of Yellow Gold Silver-Gilt Cufflinks

    When the price of gold soars, jewelry lovers rush to pieces in silver-gilt as the visible difference between silver-gilt and gold is barely noticeable, which makes silver-gilt a perfect substitute for gold. Moreover the price of silver-gilt makes it quite affordable. Its advantages don’t stop there. It is lighter than gold and the presence of silver and gold makes it a hypoallergenic metal thus avoiding an allergic reaction.The durability of silver-gilt has been proven. Silver-gilded objects dating back to antique times have been found in almost perfect state. Silver-gilt resists shocks, scrapes and scratches. It’s quite understandable that this miraculous metal appeals to so many people. 

    Caring for Yellow Gold Silver-Gilt Cufflinks

    Vermeil, also known as silver-gilt, results from a chemical process and therefore requires special care. Abrasive products may scratch the surface or remove a layer of the gold.To care for your silver-gilt jewelry, delicately rub it with a soft cloth and soapy water, rinse then dry it. If your cufflinks are very dirty, rubbing alcohol can also be used. Mix 4 drops of warm water with one drop of alcohol and as above use a soft cloth dipped in the solution, rinse and dry. White wine vinegar and warm water can be used as well. Quickly rinse after cleaning it with the vinegar solution. Cover silver-gilt jewelry with bees’ wax to better protect it.

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    Cufflinks are by definition useful items as they are used to fasten shirtsleeves where simple buttons wouldn’t work. Useful yes but not only so! Already in the 19th century, Edward VII made cufflinks set in precious or semi precious gemstones very fashionable. Since then they have not only been simple accessories but real pieces of jewelry that are chosen with care and are proudly worn in professional circles or during grand occasions. Many luxury jewelry designers have endeavored to create new models of cufflinks that are more stunning, more wear resistant and more durable in order to meet the needs of a generation of fashion-conscious men. In some families, it’s common to give cufflinks to young men as a sign of adulthood. Whether in gold or silver, crystal or cotton, they are without a doubt a wonderful gift and an undeniably useful one at that. 

    What is are pink gold silver-gilt cufflinks?

    Pink gold silver-gilt cufflinks are actually solid silver covered with a thin coat of pink gold. The chemical process used to do this is called electroplating. This process was initially used with solid gold. However over the years, jewelry makers have realized the potential in crafting it in other precious metals such as pink gold. Pink gold is an alloy of yellow gold, copper and silver. Its composition does not make it more or less expensive than yellow gold. The pink color is obtained by a higher percentage of copper in the alloy. In fact the more copper there is the pinker it will be.Even though pink gold has recently been in the limelight, it has existed since ancient Egypt. At that time an alloy of gold and copper was used to produce jewelry. The reasons for this specific alloy are simple: solid gold is naturally soft, mixing it with copper and silver increases its wear resistance, durability and protects it from scrapes and scratches for a long time. Previously considered too feminine, the color has gained popularity with both men and women and suits those wishing to have a piece of fine jewelry that is both discrete and original.

    Advantages of pink gold silver-gilt cufflinks

    Pink gold silver-gilt cufflinks are very resistant and therefore suit “clumsy people very wall as there is little risk of scratching or breaking them. The only drawback is its lack of malleability, because it is difficult to set a gemstone in this metal. In addition, there is no risk of the color eroding so your cufflinks will keep their pink color indefinitely. Care is minimal, just a soft cloth in some soapy water and voilàThe subdued and discrete color is quite fashionable and goes well with any attire. Only advantages for pink gold silver-gilt cufflinks,so follow your desire. Pink gold silver-gilt cufflinks are very resistant and therefore suit “clumsy people very wall as there is little risk of scratching or breaking them. This lack of malleability can even be problematic because it is difficult to set a gemstone in this metal. In addition, there is no risk of the color eroding so your cufflinks will keep their pink color indefinitely. Care is minimal, just a soft cloth in some soapy water and voilà! The subdued and discrete color is quite fashionable and goes well with any attire. Only advantages for pink gold silver-gilt cufflinksso follow your desire.

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    When London meets Paris

    Cufflinks also have a very practical purpose, they were originally created to enable men to pin their sleeves back when washing their hands so as not to get them wet. Buttons originally had this job,then, at the beginning of Queen Victoria’s reign and towards the end of Britain’s Industrial Revolution the middle class adopted cufflinks. This is because the industrial revolution gave rise to more advanced and modern machinery. Designer cuff links were a very tasteful replacement to the more common buttons and because of this they were very exclusive at first. Since then, a lot has changed; designer cufflinks have progressed to become one of the most popular kinds of men’s jewellery available in the 21st Century.

     Whether you would like a simple yet classic design or a design with more colour; designer cuff links not only add style to your outfit but they also give you the opportunity to add a bit of your own personality to your look. Our 17 dynamic designs are available in white gold, yellow gold, silver and gilt. There are also 7 different pearl hues available as well as 22 different laquer colours and 6 different ornamental stone options available.  In addition to all of this, with our designer cuff links you can alter and accustom the designs that are show cased so that they suit you and your outfit perfectly. All our creations are crafted with pride and love so all our designer cuflinks are completed with our signature hallmark.

    We welcome your ideas

     As we know, something may look great on a computer screen but not be what you expected it to look like in the flesh so we now enable our customers to obtain a 3D model of the jewellery item that has taken their interest. This means that you can now take home and try a 3D model of the cufflinks which you are interested in. You can see if they collaborate well with your suit, you can see if they are too small and adjust the colour if your preference alters before investing in your designer cuff links and leaving our bespoke store.  This also means that you can modify and alter your choice as many times as you like so if you want to come back and alter your design on several different occasions then that is absolutely fine. We are here to cater to your needs and support you in your creation and choice.

    We are the epitome of Luxury

    “Precious gems” are an exclusive quartet of prestigious, high quality jewels including diamonds, sapphires, rubies and emeralds. When incorporated into designer cufflinks, they create an eye catching whilst also subtle adornment perfectly accompanying any classic outfit. From one capital to another we are at the centre of style, class, creativity and opportunities. With the union of British Class and Parisian style we showcase only the best craftsmanship, designs and creations.

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      History That’s Always In Style

      In the 19th century cufflinks were used to attach the double cuffs of a men’s shirt, also known as French cuffs.  Since then, cufflinks have become real jewellery for men.  They are not only becoming trendy but being made in different materials. In essence, cufflinks have respected deep-rooted tradition since their creation. As is often said, “tradition remains tradition”. White gold cufflinks remain timeless and go well with all kinds of menswear.


      Coveted white gold

      It is said that white represents unity and perfect stability in western countries. For generations white has been linked to marriage, purity, virginity and somewhat perfection and the divine. Today white gold is one of the most widely used gold colours in fine jewellery making.

      Therefore, whether worn on a white or coloured shirt, an elegant or casual suit, cufflinks bring that added touch of elegance, distinction and discrete chic.

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      Cuff links appeared in the 17th century. Until then, men used ribbons or lace to elegantly fasten their shirtsleeves. The first cufflinks were made of two gold or silver buttons connected by a small chain. They were generally worn with mousquetaire shirtsleeves which were double faced sleeves folded over and rather stiff which made fastening them with a simple button quite difficult. From the 17th to the 19th centuries, cufflinks were only worn by the elite. They were costly and considered jewelry to be worn on special occasions or professionally. At that time, King Edward VII started an infatuation for cufflinks set with precious gemstones. It was only in the 20th century that cufflinks became more accessibleWell-known luxury fashion houses and jewelry designers created new more modern models. From that time on, cufflinks became an indispensable accessory that all men should have, and consequently they could be found in a wide range of prices starting at as little as 15 euros going as high as thousands of euros for the most luxurious ones and those made of various precious metals or original ones such as Palladium. 

      The Characteristics of Palladium-Plated Silver Cufflinks

      Silver cufflinks are well known and well liked. Silver has been used to produce jewelry and coins since 2500 years BC and constitutes a sure thing for all men. Nevertheless, in the age of originality and innovation, jewelry designers are on the look out for new more resistant and durable precious metals for their creations. Pure silver is a very malleable precious metal but soft and oxidizable. It therefore needs to be alloyed with other metals to obtain high quality jewelry. This is where palladium comes in. This metal from the platinum family is very rare and is exceptionally wear resistant and, paradoxically, surprisingly lightweight. It is naturally white with a beautiful everlasting sparkle and a structure that is close to silver. A silver and palladium alloy makes it possible to obtain lightweight cufflinks that don’t oxidize and whose color and sparkle will last a long time.

      The virtues of Palladium-Plated Silver Cufflinks

      Silver has always been associated with peace and harmony. In Mythology, its sparkle is compared to that of the moon. Egyptians adored it for its purity and considered it as precious as gold. In Antique Greece, silver with its bactericide and germicide virtues was used to fight infections and treat wounds .In lithotherapy, silver is believed to maintain a balance between the mind and physical well being. It is thought to strengthen the power of the stones with which it is associated. Silver is also credited with reducing vision problems and with helping to absorb vitamins A and E. On the other hand, no specific virtues are attributed to or know about palladium.

      Caring for Palladium-Plated Silver Cufflinks

      A certain amount of care is necessary to preserve the sparkle of palladium-plated silver jewelry. Use a special jewelry solution or soapy water to clean it.  It is important to rinse it well to remove any soap residue and to carefully dry the jewelry piece before wearing or storing it.Since silver tends to tarnish, you can also use your silver cleaner for your cufflinks as you would for silverware. Your jeweler can clean and polish it for you as well.

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      Gold, the colour of light

      Yellow gold has travelled through the ages beginning with ancient civilizations such as the Inca and Egyptian times. It is synonymous with luxury, glory and wealth. Its value as well as its colour has always been coveted. As a symbol of strength and power, yellow gold enraptures men and women throughout the world. Cufflinks in yellow gold, the colour of light and the sun, add just the right touch of distinction and elegance and go well with any attire.

      The Final Detail…

      Everything is a matter of detail. Generally speaking, wear plain cufflinks during the day and bedazzle with elegance for major events in the evening. Discretely let your cufflinks go beyond the cuff of your jacket. Jaubalet Paris provides you with exclusive models that can be customized and personalized. Tempt yourself with an outstanding model of yellow gold cufflinks engraved with your initials or set with pearls or precious gemstones.

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      Cufflinks are used to attach mousquetaire type shirtsleeves. They were formerly made of two buttons connected by a chain. Today many different types of cufflinks exist: silk or cotton knots, stud/button cufflinks, bullet back and toggle closure cufflinks, locking cufflinks. There are also many different materials including silver, brass, rhodium-plated cufflinks, palladium, mother of pearl, crystal, and what interests us here silver-gilt. Vermeil* or silver-gilt is a precious metal and is made of the solid metal covered with a layer of gold i.e. gold-plated silver. Silver-gilt is obtained following a chemical process called electroplating which consists in applying a thin layer of gold on solid silver. The quality of the gold used is subject to different legislation depending on the country. In France the gold must by 75% pure and at least 5 microns thick. Jewelry obtained this way is durable, wear resistant and maintains its  luster longer. In addition, it does not tarnish and is scratch resistant. 

      The History of Yellow Gold Silver-Gilt Cufflinks

      Silver-gilt has existed since antique times, as gold-gilded silver objects have been found from the Pre-Colombian era or jewelry from ancient Greek and Roman populations. Numerous ancient peoples used their own gilding techniques. The Incas gave real meaning to gold and silver because these two metals represented respectively the sun and the moon. They used a plating technique that aimed to remove in order to guarantee the quality of the gold plating on silver. Mercury gilding was used in the 18th century before electroplating existed but was quickly abandoned due to its high toxicity for the workers.

      The Advantage of Yellow Gold Silver-Gilt Cufflinks

      When the price of gold soars, jewelry lovers rush to pieces in silver-gilt as the visible difference between silver-gilt and gold is barely noticeable, which makes silver-gilt a perfect substitute for gold. Moreover the price of silver-gilt makes it quite affordable. Its advantages don’t stop there. It is lighter than gold and the presence of silver and gold makes it a hypoallergenic metal thus avoiding an allergic reaction.The durability of silver-gilt has been proven. Silver-gilded objects dating back to antique times have been found in almost perfect state. Silver-gilt resists shocks, scrapes and scratches. It’s quite understandable that this miraculous metal appeals to so many people. 

      Caring for Yellow Gold Silver-Gilt Cufflinks

      Vermeil, also known as silver-gilt, results from a chemical process and therefore requires special care. Abrasive products may scratch the surface or remove a layer of the gold.To care for your silver-gilt jewelry, delicately rub it with a soft cloth and soapy water, rinse then dry it. If your cufflinks are very dirty, rubbing alcohol can also be used. Mix 4 drops of warm water with one drop of alcohol and as above use a soft cloth dipped in the solution, rinse and dry. White wine vinegar and warm water can be used as well. Quickly rinse after cleaning it with the vinegar solution. Cover silver-gilt jewelry with bees’ wax to better protect it.

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      Cufflinks are by definition useful items as they are used to fasten shirtsleeves where simple buttons wouldn’t work. Useful yes but not only so! Already in the 19th century, Edward VII made cufflinks set in precious or semi precious gemstones very fashionable. Since then they have not only been simple accessories but real pieces of jewelry that are chosen with care and are proudly worn in professional circles or during grand occasions. Many luxury jewelry designers have endeavored to create new models of cufflinks that are more stunning, more wear resistant and more durable in order to meet the needs of a generation of fashion-conscious men. In some families, it’s common to give cufflinks to young men as a sign of adulthood. Whether in gold or silver, crystal or cotton, they are without a doubt a wonderful gift and an undeniably useful one at that. 

      What is are pink gold silver-gilt cufflinks?

      Pink gold silver-gilt cufflinks are actually solid silver covered with a thin coat of pink gold. The chemical process used to do this is called electroplating. This process was initially used with solid gold. However over the years, jewelry makers have realized the potential in crafting it in other precious metals such as pink gold. Pink gold is an alloy of yellow gold, copper and silver. Its composition does not make it more or less expensive than yellow gold. The pink color is obtained by a higher percentage of copper in the alloy. In fact the more copper there is the pinker it will be.Even though pink gold has recently been in the limelight, it has existed since ancient Egypt. At that time an alloy of gold and copper was used to produce jewelry. The reasons for this specific alloy are simple: solid gold is naturally soft, mixing it with copper and silver increases its wear resistance, durability and protects it from scrapes and scratches for a long time. Previously considered too feminine, the color has gained popularity with both men and women and suits those wishing to have a piece of fine jewelry that is both discrete and original.

      Advantages of pink gold silver-gilt cufflinks

      Pink gold silver-gilt cufflinks are very resistant and therefore suit “clumsy people very wall as there is little risk of scratching or breaking them. The only drawback is its lack of malleability, because it is difficult to set a gemstone in this metal. In addition, there is no risk of the color eroding so your cufflinks will keep their pink color indefinitely. Care is minimal, just a soft cloth in some soapy water and voilàThe subdued and discrete color is quite fashionable and goes well with any attire. Only advantages for pink gold silver-gilt cufflinks,so follow your desire. Pink gold silver-gilt cufflinks are very resistant and therefore suit “clumsy people very wall as there is little risk of scratching or breaking them. This lack of malleability can even be problematic because it is difficult to set a gemstone in this metal. In addition, there is no risk of the color eroding so your cufflinks will keep their pink color indefinitely. Care is minimal, just a soft cloth in some soapy water and voilà! The subdued and discrete color is quite fashionable and goes well with any attire. Only advantages for pink gold silver-gilt cufflinksso follow your desire.

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      When London meets Paris

      Cufflinks also have a very practical purpose, they were originally created to enable men to pin their sleeves back when washing their hands so as not to get them wet. Buttons originally had this job,then, at the beginning of Queen Victoria’s reign and towards the end of Britain’s Industrial Revolution the middle class adopted cufflinks. This is because the industrial revolution gave rise to more advanced and modern machinery. Designer cuff links were a very tasteful replacement to the more common buttons and because of this they were very exclusive at first. Since then, a lot has changed; designer cufflinks have progressed to become one of the most popular kinds of men’s jewellery available in the 21st Century.

       Whether you would like a simple yet classic design or a design with more colour; designer cuff links not only add style to your outfit but they also give you the opportunity to add a bit of your own personality to your look. Our 17 dynamic designs are available in white gold, yellow gold, silver and gilt. There are also 7 different pearl hues available as well as 22 different laquer colours and 6 different ornamental stone options available.  In addition to all of this, with our designer cuff links you can alter and accustom the designs that are show cased so that they suit you and your outfit perfectly. All our creations are crafted with pride and love so all our designer cuflinks are completed with our signature hallmark.

      We welcome your ideas

       As we know, something may look great on a computer screen but not be what you expected it to look like in the flesh so we now enable our customers to obtain a 3D model of the jewellery item that has taken their interest. This means that you can now take home and try a 3D model of the cufflinks which you are interested in. You can see if they collaborate well with your suit, you can see if they are too small and adjust the colour if your preference alters before investing in your designer cuff links and leaving our bespoke store.  This also means that you can modify and alter your choice as many times as you like so if you want to come back and alter your design on several different occasions then that is absolutely fine. We are here to cater to your needs and support you in your creation and choice.

      We are the epitome of Luxury

      “Precious gems” are an exclusive quartet of prestigious, high quality jewels including diamonds, sapphires, rubies and emeralds. When incorporated into designer cufflinks, they create an eye catching whilst also subtle adornment perfectly accompanying any classic outfit. From one capital to another we are at the centre of style, class, creativity and opportunities. With the union of British Class and Parisian style we showcase only the best craftsmanship, designs and creations.

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Jaubalet’s Cufflinks

The sale of cufflinks is currently booming thanks to the Internet. Many online shops now sell them. There are cufflinks for all tastes and budgets.

Today, cufflinks have one goal: the elegance of the men who wear them. For Jaubalet, elegance rhymes with originality, quality and noble materials. See Jaubalet Paris’ signature cufflinks and customize or personalize them.

 To go even further custom-design your cufflinks;they will be original and unique. The jewelry designer and crafter specialized in custom-design will assist you in creating your own cufflinks.

The quality of our cufflinks

You will therefore have the choice between custom-designed cufflinks created and produced according to your tastes and personality, and our collection that you can customize and personalize to meet your needs. Whatever your choice, we guarantee our luxury cufflinks in gold, with diamonds or other fine or precious gemstones. We also provide you with a choice of 23 colors of lacquer to dazzle your wrists.

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Jaubalet London

1 Berkeley St, London W1J 8DJ, United Kingdom

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+33 1 53 45 54 10