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Seaside Wooden Cufflinks

Seaside Wooden Cufflinks


Wooden Cufflinks - Seaside Cufflinks - Gifts for Men - 5th Wedding Anniversary Gift - Wanderlust Gift - Gifts for Him

Item Overview

• Handmade item

• Delivers worldwide from Bristol, England

• Includes recycled materials

These cufflinks measure approximately 15mm square and 4mm thick, and they are fixed onto silver plated backs.  They are made from a really lovely piece of wood recycled from the door panel of a broken antique wardrobe, exquisite Walnut veneer on a solid mahogany background.  The greens, grey and pale yellow of this  landscape design remind me of an English seaside cove,  I see real similarities between wood grain patterns and the contours of a map, or the visible strata of a rock formation.  Inspired by these natural lines I paint the the wood with layers creating little colour block scenes, like tiny wearable landscape paintings.


If you'd like a statement pendant in the same design you'll find one here


I also make hoop earrings which you can find here


Item Details


Biancarosewood jewellery is handmade in Bristol by me, preferably in my workshop and studio, but also sometimes in my house with the kids wreaking havoc around me….


✫All Biancarosewood jewellery is made from either reclaimed timber, or offcuts of British grown sustainable wood.

✫Everything is hand cut, shaped, polished, painted and oiled.

✫Each design uses a carefully chosen colour palette, painted on by hand.  The more organic artworks are painted freehand, and as such no two will ever be the same.  I follow the same general pattern but variations in line and proportion exist.  If you would prefer to see a picture of the actual piece I will be sending, please just contact me, but rest assured there isn’t a huge amount of difference.  Just enough to ensure each piece is truly unique.


✫Cufflinks are on silver plated backs.

✫All jewellery is finished to a high standard, so will deal happily with a drop of rain - but please don't wear it in the shower!  Wood and water are not the best of friends.


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