Alice Made This Cufflinks
Inspired by architecture and initially driven by a personal need for interesting and refined men’s accessories, Alice Made This launched a few years back with Cufflinks as their bread and butter. Each pair is made in British factories using manufacturing techniques normally reserved for aerospace and military industries. Cufflinks come in a variety of designs either industrial and classic, with some of the processes used in their production including turning from solid billet metal, electroplating finishes, marine rope parts woven by rope makers, ceramic models cut with diamond-impregnated blades, and stamping by a military armory. They come in a large variety of designs and metals including (shown from left to right) the polished Alexander, the knurled Oliver, and the ornate George.
Learn more at Alice Made This – roughly $130+