Beautiful Paisley patterned cufflinks with a green and purple design on a beige and white background. The Paisley pattern is a droplet-shaped vegetable motif of Persian and Indian origin but its western names comes from Paisley in Scotland from the 19th century when it was a centre for the weaving industry. This pattern is also sometimes called Persian pickles or Welsh pears in Welsh textiles. It always makes for beautiful patterns and is often seen on ties and cufflinks for men.
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Gift packaged in a black leatherette cufflink box, also available in white on request.
Shipped within 48 hours.
I love to make custom bespoke cufflinks, I get a real thrill making something unique for a special occasion. I've made all kinds of cufflinks in all kinds of materials, I like a challenge too so don't be afraid to ask. If you don't find quite what you're looking for let me know and I will make a pair especially for you.
Shipped within 48 hours via UK second class and overseas Airmail. Express shipping is also available at an additional cost of £7. Please let me know at checkout if you would like this option.
These cufflinks are part of my range of Art Nouveau cufflinks. The images for this range have been sourced from original Art Nouveau textiles, wallpapers and book bindings and lend themselves beautifully to cufflinks. Art Nouveau is my favourite design style and never goes out of fashion. Good design stays beautiful forever.
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Urbaneye Cufflinks within 3 days of receiving payment.
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