We all recognize that there are few accessories a man can wear that really tell about himself. While he can drive a great car, that’s usually parked outside during board meetings and evenings out. The watch on the wrist is generally the biggest symbol of personality and individuality – and often a conversation piece. Now, however, TF Est 1968 brings a new dimension to making a personal statement – cufflinks fashioned after the complicated art of watchmaking.
Made in Geneva, this brand focuses on elegance and craftsmanship, and offers tourbillon cufflinks with a balance wheel mechanism that moves much like a tourbillon in a timepiece. Now, the newest series features a moonphase indication – much the same as the stunning moonphase disks found on the finest Swiss watches. The design of the cufflinks emulates a wristwatch, with sapphire crystal and watch case design. The TF cufflinks are air- and water-tight and resistant to shocks .Each pair of cufflinks is individually numbered, and comes in a variety of styles, including steel, goldplated, black PVD. There are even diamond adorned versions. These cufflinks are true conversation pieces and offer sophistication and individuality. They retail starting at $435 and ranging to $1,950 for the diamond bedecked versions. You can see more styles by clicking here.