Cufflinks became popular items of men’s jewellery in the second half of the nineteenth century. Cufflinks were popularised by King Edward VII and Tsar Nicholas II, who were both great patrons of Fabergé and both collected fine cufflinks. Cufflinks provide a necessary finishing touch to a suit and can infuse a suit with the wearer’s character. In every gentleman’s jewellery case there must be a pair of neutral cufflinks that pairs well with all outfits. There must also be a pair of fine cufflinks, perfect for putting an eye-catching finishing touch on a dinner suit or tuxedo. Dress sets and studs can elevate a formal suit even further, adding subtle and eye-catching detail to a well-tailored piece.