Our Soho cufflinks have been inspired from Soho in London – a popular destination with some of the best Jazz clubs in London such as Ronnie Scotts, the home of Jazz in London, and Pizza Express Soho Jazz. We dreamt up these cufflinks whilst listening to some fine Jazz in Ronnie Scotts and pondered over the classiness of this music genre. Jazz first emerged in the 1920’s and has stood the test of time as the classiest music to listen to despite its age.
Our Soho cufflinks are special because they have been designed with Jazz in mind. A true gent appreciates all good things in life and would love Jazz because of its class, simplicity and the fact that it is timeless. Similarly, our cufflinks are simple in design, timeless because you can wear these initial cufflinks forever; they will never go out of fashion – and classy because they stand out and place you as in individual in the crowd.
Our beautiful Soho cufflinks are easy to understand. All you have to do is choose an initial for each of the cufflinks. These initials could be the initials of your names. Either you can use one initial to represent your first name and the second initial to represent your surname or you could choose the same initials for both cufflinks. You may also choose the initials to represent your company name or anything else as you wish – it is up to you.
You can also choose the material of your cufflinks. Do you want them to be made in Steel? Silver? Gold? Well, the power is in your hands. Simply select the material you want and we will 3d print these cufflinks for you. Click to find out more about our materials.
Carefully packed in a cufflink box, these 3d print cufflinks will be sent to you anywhere in the world with free shipping.
But what is 3d printing?
3d printing is an ultra cool process of creating your personalised custom cufflinks from scratch using a 3d printer.
Put simply, 3d printing is a process in which solid 3-dimensional objects are created from a digital file, using a 3d printer.
The digital file comprises of the information from the options that you select when personalising your item.
A 3d printer then creates the item through a series of layers as it prints back and forth. Each layer (comprised of the material you select) is laid down successively, one after another, and glued together until the 3dimensional product is created.
Mindblowing, right? Forget the personalisation for a second. We think the novelty of owning a product that is 3d printed is amazing in its own right.
Do you have an idea of a pair of cufflinks that you would like to create that is different from the cufflinks currently in store? Get in touch! We’ll see what we can do . Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.