made just for him...

A great fitting suit, a fashionable tie, a crisp white shirt, a quality pair of leather boots and a matching belt. What about jewellery? A watch, with the band matching the belt and shoes if its leather. Maybe a wedding ring...

What about cuff links. Like a monogram or family crest, the wearer's initials in gold carries it beyond just a fashion accessory, it becomes a personal staple that not only looks sharp but carries along with it a confidence in oneself rooted at his name.

The first set I made was for Lindsay's father, a gift from my mother in-law (above). They always get compliments when worn, and more and more when seen in my portfolio.
They also make a great wedding present from the bride, as in the set for a friend (below, left). Or for oneself, as with my own personal set (bottom, right).

Like the wearer, the font or letter form is just as individual and can speak of his personality or desired statement, but one thing's for sure, when emblazoned on one's cuffs reflecting the surrounding light, they can carry any suit beyond the all the suits in a room.

In either 18k yellow gold or 19k white gold, and backed with sterling silver, matching tie tacks can also be made (photos to come soon).
How about carrying your heart on your sleeve with someone Else's initials?

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