To add style and elegance to a man's outfit, cufflinks have been the go-to item since the 16th century. Starting as small chains or pieces of string, they were first popular in England and France. In England, men's cufflinks were worn by the upper class to show their high ranked position in society. In France, they were popularized by Louis XIV, who wore the French acclaimed double shirt cuff. It was not until 1788, however, that the use of the word cufflink was used and documented.
As times changed, cufflinks also changed. Starting in the 19th century men's cufflinks were adorned by men of the middle class as casual wear. A timeless accessory, NOVICA's artisans add their unique craftsmanship to our men's cufflinks from Indonesia. Made from sterling silver, onyx, or pearl, Indonesian cufflinks are handcrafted into stunning gifts for him! For a more casual style take a look at our men's cotton shirts
which are sure to please the eye!