Fine English Company White Gold & Diamond Skull Cufflinks

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The Fine English Company, dedicated to the best in bespoke British luxury, has unveiled the newest addition to its collection of luxe furniture, luggage and lifestyle accessories reminiscent of Britain's colonial past with a contemporary flair.

The firm, makers of the $35,000 Zebra Safari Chair, has introduced a new line of ultra-luxurious cufflinks for gentlemen who like to add an unexpected element to their dressing. The skull motif is one found in the insignia of legendary British military regiments.

The 18-karat white gold skull are pavé set in black diamonds, with a moving jaw and white diamond eyes. They come complete with a full set of traditional hallmarks for authenticity, priced at about $8,300. The cufflinks are part and parcel of Fine English Company founder Benedict Wormald's dedication to providing truly unique items for the discerning consumer "who is addicted to quality and source and finds the transience of fashion tiresome. They spend with consideration and fastidious attention to detail," he notes, "buying in effect, at the artisan level." To see more, visit

Jared Paul Stern

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