These Coat of Arms Cufflinks are in the shape of a shield. These Heraldic Cufflinks make perfect Irish Gifts for lots of different milestone occasions. But in particular they are very popoular as a Gift for Groom, Best Man Gifts and Groomsman Gifts. Family Coat of Arms Cufflinks handmade from sterling silver. These Irish Cufflinks are hallmarked by the Assay Office in Dublin Castle. You have found a winning gift of heirloom quality.
The crest for your family’s coat of arms will be taken from the suppliers database. This image will be sent to you for approval, the crafting process will not begin until the crest to be used is agreed.
These Heraldic Cufflinks are usually made with a coat of arms. But other emblems such as your company logo, college cress, school crest, etc, may also be suitable, please contact us to discuss.
Approx dimensions of these cufflinks:
- Width: 13.5 mm
- Height: 16 mm
Presented in a quality Boru Jewellery gift box. Includes a Boru story card.
These Shield Cufflinks are an ideal Irish gift for:
- Groom Gifts
- Best Man Gifts
- Groomsman Gifts
- Anniversary Gifts
- Christmas Gifts
- Birthday Gifts
- Graduation Gifts
- Valentines Gifts
- Retirement Gifts
A quality pair of handmade Coat of Arms Cufflinks Ireland. From the range of beautiful Irish Jewellery designed and made in Dublin. By Boru Jewelry, Ireland.
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Heraldry is the practice of designing, displaying, and recording coats of arms and heraldic badges. The practice of heraldry is nearly 900 years old and it is still very much in use. Many cities and towns in Europe and around the world still make use of arms. A coat of arms is a unique heraldic design on a shield, escutcheon, surcoat, or tabard.
Heraldry originated when most people were illiterate but could easily recognize a bold, striking, and simple design. The use of heraldry in medieval warfare enabled combatants to distinguish one knight from another. Thus they were able to distinguish between friend and foe. A coat of arms is used to cover, protect, and identify the wearer. Thus the term is often stated as “coatarmour”, because it was anciently displayed on the front of a coat of cloth in European societies.
Hundreds of individual symbols, shapes and mottos make up your family coat of arms. Heraldry is as individual as you are!
Not all family names have a coat of arms, but there may be a suitable derivative for your family name that can be use instead. If you are having difficulty finding your family crest please contact us for assistance
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