Check out the interesting blend of materials in this pair of cufflinks. Handmade by a husband and wife team in Seattle each pair is filled with natural cork, surrounded by expresso-colored concrete, and then set handsomely in sterling silver. Cork Cufflinks at UnCommon Goods
Handmade Murano glass and stainless steel make for an excellent combination in this pair of cufflinks from Tim Nathan. Fashioned with an ancient Venetian glassmaking technique each pair is as individual as the owner. Vertigo Chocolate cufflinks .
John Hardy takes the ordinary and crafts excellence and these Kali Ball cufflinks are no exception. Sterling silver with meticulous engravings give the look and feel of old world design, yet they will certainly do just fine in any modern wardrobe. Subtle, yet styled, these cufflinks will add some life to your collection. – John Hardy Kali Ball Cufflinks
Tiffany & Co has this interesting pair of cufflinks, dubbed Paloma’s Groove. They are made of sterling silver and have these spunky red enamel highlights between the grooves. These circular bar style cufflinks are an original design of Paloma Picasso. A nice way to pick up an otherwise dull shirt or to further enhance the color you’re wearing. $295
You can never have to many pairs of cufflinks. This dynamic duo caught my eye and thus I share. Imported and sterling silver, with the very familiar Burberry check taking on a subtle twist. Even though this pair borders on the busy side, the right color combination should be able to tone them down. $140
The Tiffany cufflinks are made from sterling silver and titanium. The combination of the two materials make for an excellent presentation. Tiffany & Co is engraved along the side, although I doubt you’ll have to worry about the branding peaking through your cuffs. $350
We spotted these the other day and have been holding them under wraps for some reason, which we are unable to recall. These Circular Watch Cufflinks from It’s about Time are a step away from the norm but despite their apparent novelty and mechanical parts they seem to hint absurdly at elegance. We think they’re cool. Made from Sterling silver $235
Hematite has been a favorite of mine for at least ten years. So when I spotted these Hematite Bullet Cufflinks from David Yurman I was quite surprised, because Hematite is not very popular. I must admit though, I have been seeing it more often. This pair of cufflinks may be a stretch for some of you, but take the time and appreciate the excellent combination of colors and the uniqueness of the Hematite. Set in sterling silver these cufflinks will add a touch of zing to your wrist. $975
Wonderful hues of blue make these cufflinks an eyecatcher. Made from sterling silver, covered with a handsome criss-cross design, these cuffs make for a perfect complement to the appropriately colored pocket square, necktie or whatever your fashion sense can imagine ($350).
This pair of skull and crossbone cufflinks is one that really stood out. The set is made from antiqued silver and where the next pair of cufflinks excel in subtlety, this pair is more aggressive and takes the overt approach.
However, as with all things fashion the person with the right attitude can most definitely pull it off. Notice that it is the attitude that allows one to do things with style. There are also tuxedo studs made in the same fashion but I truly hope no on wishes to display that much attitude. ($150)