Tractor Cufflinks in 18ct Gold on Silver

These highly detailed tractor cufflinks are made in solid Sterling Silver and layered with 18ct Gold for artistic effect.

This original design will not fail to delight the discerning farmer or heavy machinery businessman. The 18ct highlights bring the amazing detail to the fore, in this case, the tractor wheels.

We only use higher grade swivels for utmost quality.

SKU: 549011 Category:

Note: Product is available in solid 9 carat and 18 carat gold. If you do not see the option available, please contact Simon for a quote.

£129.00£149.00

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Category: SKU: 549011

Note: Product is available in solid 9 carat and 18 carat gold. If you do not see the option available, please contact Simon for a quote.

Description

All our cufflinks carry a 10-year guarantee and come presented in a stylish branded black box. It is possible to engrave up to 6 characters on the cufflink swivels at extra cost. Other matching jewellery is available. Please contact us so we can make a bespoke listing for you.
We use high quality swivels to create an upmarket Gold Vermeil cufflink and we can also offer a solid Sterling Silver design.
These tractor cufflinks are made by Simon Kemp, a third generation British Jeweller, who has been making unusual jewellery since 1990.
Simon counts amongst his most prestigious clients the British Museum, the House of Bruar, and the National Trust for Scotland.
These tractor cufflinks by Simon Kemp can also be ordered in Sterling Silver alone, or in solid 9 or 18ct yellow, white or rose Gold. All our solid Gold cufflinks carry a full British Hallmark and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity, signed by Simon. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Made from:
Sterling Silver with a 5 micron layer of 18ct Gold, which can be cleaned and polished with a ‘silver cloth’.
Dimensions:
1.7cm width x O.8 cm height.

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