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Developing a bespoke item

In order to make a batch of bespoke cufflinks we need to design and create a master mould. This customer wants their company name around the perimeter, so we need to ask our master engraver to hand engrave the lettering on this, so Chris is seen here drawing the lettering on for him to match the size and position. When this master is perfect we can create a wax mould from it, so we can then cast as many identical cufflinks in sterling silver as our customer wishes! Each one will then be hand set with granite, the lettering sharpened up again by the engraver, hallmarked, polished and boxed for the customer. How could they not be proud of their own, unique cufflinks?

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