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Bespoke Initial Cuflinks

If you are lookng for a particular combination of intials in a particular "style" or "typeface" for a wedding or anniversary or graduation gift and you can not find exactly what you are looking for, we can make them for you at a direct from the maker's price.

 If you are thinking of purchasing silver initial cufflinks, why not consider having a pair custom made in the new *argentium or non tarnishing silver? Just imagine you are giving a gift of silver cufflinks that will never require cleaning!

Bespoke Initial Cufflinks can also be made in gold and platinum. 

For futher informaion contact silversmith, Hillary Corney by clicking on this

What is Argentium?

Argentium  sterling silver is a modern sterling silver alloy which modifies the traditional alloy (92.5% silver + 7.5% copper) by replacing some of the copper with the metalloid germanium. As it retains the 92.5% silver content of the traditional alloy, it is still referred to as sterling silver.

Argentium silver is the result of research by Peter Johns at the School of Art & Design, Middlesex University. The project began in 1990 with research on the effects of germanium additions to silver alloys.

Germanium was discovered to impart the following properties to sterling silver: Firescale elimination high tarnish resistance, precipitation hardening and simple heat-hardening properties. Increased ductility Increased thermal and electrical resistance (making alloys suitable for welding and laser forming) Environmental advantages (associated with not having to remove or plate over firescale) Many of these properties significantly affect the traditional methods of working silver. For instance the absence of firescale eliminates tedious and time-consuming steps required by the silver worker using traditional sterling silver. It also eliminates the need for plating the final product which is often done on manufactured items because of the problems introduced by firescale.

Tarnish resistance is of significant importance to both silver workers and the wearer of silver jewellery" Wikipedia

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