Based on a 1930s art deco design, Mr. Udeshi found a pair of snap cufflinks at a flea market in upstate New York, which he purchased for twenty-three cents. They were overly ornate, but after seventy years the mechanism still worked.
Mr. Udeshi decided to recreate the design in sterling silver, but without the decorative detailing. They are inserted into the cuffs before putting on the shirt and then snapped in to place when the hand is slipped through the cuffs. Simple, elegant and easy.
Made from hall marked sterling silver.