Richard Mille automatic cufflinks are crafted from titanium and diamonds
Noted for its passion for the technical beauty of movement, the Swiss luxury watch brand Richard Mille, which from the last 11 years has been delivering exceptional timepieces like the all-sapphire RM56, the RM 022 Carbon limited-edition, and the Le Mans Classic watches, to name a few, after recently launching its first collection of automatic titanium cufflinks that came as a natural progression in its conquest for innovation and desire for other challenges, has now unveiled a diamond-set version of the same. Richard Mille, with its ongoing pursuit of technical artistry has impressively brought truly inventive technical solutions to traditional cufflinks, making them a true reflection of their time.
Devised as per the same principles that ground the creation of Richard Mille’s horological timepieces, the cufflinks are not just innovative, exceptionally technical, but also practical and aesthetically elegant to appeal even the most astutely fashion-conscious individuals.
Notably, two years of work went into creating and designing these exclusive and highly technical cufflinks constructed of grade 5 titanium, satin-brushed, bead-blasted and hand-bevelled for unmatched finish, and consists of no less than 38 components each.
The patented mechanism featured in the automatic cufflink helps fasten the cuff using two titanium bars, and the lock opens with the gentle press of the push-pieces and closes by pressing on the plate’s top.
Guaranteed for 2-years, the Richard Mille automatic cufflinks will be made available in titanium, and sooner in diamond-set version, at the Richard Mille boutiques and points of sale.
Besides, we have also earlier seen some of the other finest cufflinks like the Bernardo & Co. custom ammunition cufflinks in platinum, the cufflinks made from parts of vintage cars and super aeroplanes, and the world’s most expensive diamond cufflinks by Jacob & Co., to name a few.