Deakin & Francis Cufflinks are manufactured in our workshops in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter using methods unchanged in hundreds of years. We hand make the finest quality cufflinks from sterling silver and 9 or 18ct gold, set with the finest gem stones, which is .
There has been a dramatic decline in the population of Bumble Bees in the UK, with two species becoming completely extinct. Associations such as the Bumble Bee Conservation Trust and the Soil Association are campaigning for people to take notice and make a change. .
Manufacturers of the world’s finest cufflinks Deakin & Francis® are set to launch a brand new collection of lapel pins due to popular demand. The Collection which consists of over 20 new designs features ducks, pheasants and bees inspired by the existing cufflinks collection. .
The most common colour of a sapphire stone is blue, however surprisingly they can be found naturally in yellow, purple, green and clear. The sapphire is made from the mineral corundum, and is most often found in Australia, Cambodia, Montana (USA), Tanzania and Thailand. .