From a distance they look like beautifully engraved silver cufflinks in an elegant domed triangular shape. Look more closely and you will see the whole of the Lord’s Prayer, delicately inscribed on them in miniature, yet every word distinctly legible—the work of a craftsman in silver. They are a perfect, timeless, thoughtful gift for someone special—for a father, brother or son, bridegroom or best man, godfather—or perhaps for your favourite bishop, priest or vicar after he has conducted your marriage or Christening service. Any man would treasure these fine cufflinks. They are craftsman-made in sterling silver, created using a special tool that was painstakingly engraved in reverse by an exceptional Sheffield toolmaker named Edwin Pryor. A slight error on a letter ‘A’ serves only to emphasise the authenticity of this incredible piece of craftsmanship. They carry the historic maker’s hallmark of William Yates, 1750, a famous family of silversmiths whose collectable hallmark is one of Sheffield ‘s most famous. They are original, yet so classical in design that they can be worn for every occasion, from everyday wear at the office to formal occasions including, of course, weddings and Christenings.
They arrive in a smart box for presentation and can be gift wrapped and sent with a personal message.
RRP £174 plus delivery. CCUK £89. Free UK delivery.