Designed and individually handmade in Lewes Each pair is decorated and with Mary’s hand lettered font for an modern sophisticated style.
A perfect detail for your perfect day!
We also make cufflinks for every member of your wedding party. Choose from: Best Man, Groom, Father of the Bride, Father of the Groom, Usher, Brother of the Bride, Brother of the Groom, Grandfather of the Bride, Grandfather of the Groom, Top Hat, Page Boy, Groom’s Man. There are also wedding themed designs such as ‘For Better For Worse’, ‘Married Man’, ‘Just Married’ & ‘Mr Right’. Just have a look at our other Mary Fellows products.
This ‘handscript’ style can be matched with our personalised cufflinks for an totally original pair.
Father Of The Bride Wedding Cufflinks
If you fancy something with a more delicate font have a look at our new ‘confetti’ style cufflinks.
The tile is made from ceramic (porcelain mix) and finished with our exclusive chunky nickel plated back which will not tarnish. Approx size of tile 1.5 cm square.
Handmade Father Of The Bride Wedding Cufflinks by Mary Fellows in Lewes, England. Beautifully boxed.
Initially developed 20 years ago for a commission for Liberty’s of London Mary designs and makes her ceramic cufflinks herself, adding new styles each year. There are now over a hundred designs which cover all sorts of occasions and relations. Choose from the most popular such as ‘Bestest Daddy Ever’, ‘I’m Not Arrogant, I Just Happen to be Perfect’ or ‘Left and Right’ or our more quirky options ‘Jedi Master’ or ‘Evil Genius’. Our cufflinks are firm favourites for Weddings and we have two gorgeous ranges now, ‘Handscript’ and ‘Confetti’.
Birthdays, christenings, Fathers day, we have them all covered, but if you can’t find the right thing or want something totally unique why not commission your own pair, just check out our personalised options.
Each small tile is hand rolled and cut from porcelain before being slowly dried then fired in our kilns overnight to almost 1300 degrees centigrade. The next stage is to individually hand paint each tile with glaze and then fire for the second time. The decoration is then applied and they go back in the kilns for the final nights firing.