Released in perfect time for the Christmas and New Year festivities, these hugely coveted accessories are now available in 18K rose gold, set with rubies, or in a plethora of other precious versions.
The Tourbillon cufflinks exclusively from TF Est. 1968, hitherto produced only in steel, now exist in a riot of precious materials. First off, rose gold, one of life’s steady values in this fickle world. Proudly proclaiming the watchmaking inspiration behind their phenomenal success, these gentleman’s accessories conceal a device styled on a watchmaking mechanism that is set in motion with every movement of the wearer’s wrist: a tourbillion performing pirouettes of workshop precision in obedience to the great tradition of fine mechanical watchmaking.
Encased in a cage of 18K gold sporting an array of carbon details, a watchmaking mechanism in perfect working order accompanies every movement of the wearer’s wrist. Through what appears to be the transparent crystal of a watch case, the eye is beckoned towards a voyeuristic display of technical achievement. Design-wise, the non-conventional stem accentuates the functional aspect of the piece, preventing it from rotating on its own axis. A neat and snappy precision spring clasp system holds the piece in place, anchoring it firmly to the shirt.