NOVICA’s unique collection of men’s cufflinks includes a variety of themes and materials, such as sterling silver, gold, and even wood options.
Featured Reviews on Cufflinks
Silver and green onyx cufflinks. (Beautiful)
The cufflinks arrived ahead of schedule. And they were very beautiful. I will definitely order again from. This company and artist. (Mahavir) good , high quality workmanship.
I am absolute thrilled with the cufflinks. My son and I visited Peru a few years ago on an amazing journey. I purchased these cufflinks to present to him for his upcoming wedding day. They will be the perfect reminder of all the wonderful memories we gathered. The cufflinks are beautiful with amazing chrysocolla stones. The workmanship is outstanding. The speed of the delivery was a bonus. Thank you so much. Well done!!
This was a birthday gift for my husband- who loves trees and so environmental. This was perfect- a vibrant green for someone who loves green.
Mahavir Sterling silver and gemstone jewelry
"I am especially proud of my Jaipur line, which features gemstones inlaid upon unique designs that stylistically represent my beloved hometown."
"I studied commerce, but ever since I was a child, I have always been... read more
Modern Silver Cufflinks with Inlays of Guatemalan Jade, "Parallels"$99.99
Guatemalan jade was highly prized by the ancient Maya and appears in many natural colors. Set in sterling silver, it graces contemporary cufflinks by Pablo Roquel. He selects sleek black and apple green jade to create a diagonal motif of parallel stones.
Sterling Silver Filigree Cufflinks from Peru, "Make a Statement"
Make a statement with these glistening cufflinks from Peru. Crafted of sterling silver with intricate filigree work, the cufflinks are designed by Giuliana Valz-Gen, celebrating one of the oldest jewelry crafting traditions.
Did you know that Nelson Rockefeller gave out cuff-links during his campaign for governor in 1966? The most expensive cuff links in history brought $440,000 dollars in 1987. They were a gift from Wallis Simpson to her husband King Edward VII, who renounced his throne for her.