There are still a lot of men who wear cufflinks and current fashion trends indicate that they have come back into style in a very big way, especially from the 1960s and 1970s. The people who buy antique cufflinks and designer vintage cufflinks are mostly collectors, who acquire them for good reason. Antique and Vintage cufflinks are particularly collectible since none of the modern ones can compare with the beautiful craftsmanship of the old ones. If you find ones that appeal to you, don't hesitate in buying them.
Cufflinks have a long fashion history, dating back to the Middle Ages, where they were used as an accessory as well as a necessity. Particularly popular in England, they were popularized by Royals such as King Charles II, who began to have special commemorative cufflinks made to honor weddings, coronations and other special occasions.
Cufflinks Made of Gold
A wide range of cufflinks were produced in a variety of materials from wood, silver to gold and platinum, and the classic chain link had been used in early pairs were replaced with clips, making them easier to attach. Throughout centuries kings and queens would wear golden crowns on their heads and those who study reflexology believe that the electrical meridians of the body are the electrical circuits of the body and are directly influenced by gold. True or false, modern medicine has found many healing powers of gold.
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