Monkey’s Fist Knot Cufflinks – 925 Sterling Silver Rose Gold Plated – Fort Belvedere

Monkey’s Fist Knot Cufflinks – 925 Sterling Silver Rose Gold Plated – Fort Belvedere


Cufflinks had been a gentleman’s way to
close their shirt cuffs for well over a century. While today the most popular style is a T
bar, these cufflinks are made with a solid bar which is not just more expensive but also
more elegant because you have a decorative element in the from as well in the back. And with cufflinks you always see both sides
and therefore they are much nicer than T bar cufflinks. So what makes this rose gold monkey fist cufflinks
so special? First of all they are handmade by a master
goldsmith in Germany. They are not a factory product, so they were
hand carved then they are cast from solid sterling silver, hand polished and then plated
and stamped, all by hand. Second these cufflinks were modeled after
an actual nautical knot which is also known as the monkey fist knot. It features a very intricate rope detail with
a twisted bar and you can see the attention to detail is second to none. Also these cufflinks are a lot heavier than
usual cufflinks because they are solid. You won’t be able to see it in the pictures
but once you have it in your hand or on your cuff, you’ll know exactly what I’m talking
about. We designed them with 12mm ball size in the
front and 10mm in the back so they work with 99% of all shirt cuffs and they won’t come
off, they are easy to put on. We made them out of solid 925 Sterling Silver
which is then rose gold plated with a special Vermeil treatment that is very hard to find
anymore. Because of it, it doesn’t tarnish and you
will be able to wear these cufflinks for years to come. Rose gold is hard to find these days even
though it has been the choice of gentlemen for more than a century. Overall I think every man should have at least
one pair of knot cufflinks and if you have other rose gold accessories, this is the pair
for you.

4 Comments

  1. Hello Raphael!
    I have a question regarding tie knots: Is the oriental knot the best option when it comes to wearing a tie with a button-down shirt or OCBD-shirt?

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