For men of taste – and let’s face it, watch collectors are all of sophistication and taste or you just wouldn’t be collecting watches – it’s time to re-think what you’re wearing on your wrist. Well, not the watch, but the cufflinks. (Maybe the watch, too?)
These TF EST 1968 cufflinks are made in the heart of the watchmaking capitol of the world: Geneva. Elegant accessories targeted for watch aficionados, these cufflinks feature actual watch movements in mesmerizing glory. Designed by T. Freddy who was born in – yes- you guessed it – 1968 – TF Est. 1968 cufflinks are engineered so the cufflink acts as a case to hold the balance wheel. Each cufflink is 20mm in diameter and the parts are contrasting in colors and textures for bold appeal. The back is carbon fiber, the wheel is brass, there is a nickel-plated bridge and blued screws – all encased behind a sapphire crystal. The cufflinks currently come in four styles – including polished, brushed or PVD steel with black carbon or silver backing, or in rose goldplated with silver carbon backing. They retail from $390 to $440. www.Totallyworthit.com.