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London City Cufflinks

SEEN is delighted to bring Dutch designer Seroj de Graaf to your attention. As co-founder of international design brand City Cufflinks®, the designer has carefully created a gleaming ode to the city in the form of mini-sculptures for your sleeves, handcrafted in sterling silver 925.

SEEN is delighted to bring Dutch designer Seroj de Graaf to your attention. As co-founder of international design brand City Cufflinks®, the designer has carefully created a gleaming ode to the city in the form of mini-sculptures for your sleeves, handcrafted in sterling silver 925.

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Depicting a range of the capital’s classical and modern landmarks, including the Bank of England, St. Paul’s Cathedral and St. Mary Axe aka ‘the Gherkin’, the design also features a number of the city’s iconic reference points – the black cab, red phone box and, of course, the double decker bus. The cufflinks are witty and beautiful accessories for the modern gentleman.

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www.londoncitycufflinks.co.uk

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Burns Night: Whisky 101 at The Gallery 

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