Deakin and Francis has launched a new regal sterling silver cufflink to commemorate Queen Elizabeth’s 70 years of service.
The new exclusive piece will feature a limited-edition hallmark designed by Thomas Fattorini and will also be available for all existing Deakin and Francis’ pieces on request.
The new pieces will be hallmarked with a new commemorative Jubilee stamp that was recently announced by The Assay Office and can be personalised further with hand engraved initials.
Henry Deakin, managing director of Deakin and Francis, said: “By adding this new hallmark to our new commemorative pieces, we believe this makes the perfect way to pay tribute to the Queen in style. The launch of these new products marks a new chapter in our long history.
“Jewellery and luxury pieces have always had a link to the monarchy, which is why we feel it is important to pay homage to this momentous occasion.”
He added: “From Union Jack cufflinks to bulldog decanters, Deakin and Francis has curated a collection fit for royalty. Keeping the pieces traditionally British and focused on regal colours such as purple and red make these products the perfect way to celebrate the Jubilee.”