CBrace by S. Royale is world’s first ‘edge-defining-cuff’ embellishment and alternate to cufflinks
Designed to elegantly fasten the button holes of French cuffs, cufflinks have been the hallmark of formal and business attire since the 17th century, and, we have seen some of the ultra-exclusive examples like the Montegrappa limited edition cufflinks, the most expensive diamond cufflinks designed by Jacob & Co. and the Bernardo & Co. custom ammunition cufflinks in platinum. But, the visionary designer Shedrick Royale Perro with a viewpoint that cufflinks pinch cuffs together creating an undefined and noticeably sloppy edge created CBrace, which is the world’s first and the only ‘edge-defining-cuff’ embellishment and alternate to cufflinks since the 17th century. For the well-dressed and discerning individuals with fine taste and social grace, S. Royale offers a 24 carat diamond CBrace in platinum and the 24 carat diamond CBrace in gold.
The designer, inventor and owner Shedrick Royale Perro’s myriad variety shaped CBrace studs that sleekly link the button holes of a cuff, actually introduces a new trend within the profitable fine jewelry and fashion industries, while targeting and attracting high heeled luxury clients worldwide. Further, the CBrace’s frame covered with innovative or valuable metal or wood frame adorned with precious stones and intricately carved embeddings, gently clasps, covers, and embellishes the cuff’s edge for a flawless finish.
S. Royale’s platinum CBrace has been embellished with 65 VVS1 round brilliant diamonds totaling 130 diamonds per pair. Also available in Sterling Silver, this diamond CBrace in platinum comes with a hefty price tag of $2,499,999.
Whereas the 18K gold CBrace also embellished 65 VVS1 round brilliant diamonds totaling 130 diamonds per pair costs $1,999,999.
S. Royale also offers innovative designer cuff braces fashioned primarily in sterling silver, gold, platinum, wood and material. This jeweled accessory for men is placed effortlessly on cuffs with three simple notions, and are said to be easier to affix than cufflinks.