Sterling silver cufflinks with white rhodium plate and vitreous enamel.
Translucent sky blue and white enamel.
Translucent navy and ivory enamel.
Opaque red and translucent white enamel.
Famous British print designer William Morris once said ‘remember that a pattern is either right or wrong. It cannot be forgiven for blundering, as a picture may be which has otherwise great qualities in it. It is with a pattern as with a fortress, it is no stronger than its weakest point.’
These Daisy cufflinks were one of Roshini’s earliest designs for Codis Maya, conceived with great care in mind for balance and form in the pattern. The design is quintessentially British incorporating a floral pattern that is subtle enough to just catch an eye and off-sets a classic suit perfectly.
Each section of the cufflinks from the petals to tiny buds are dextrously enamelled by hand- a process that takes years of patience to perfect and skill to execute. You can click here to see the highly skilled process of enamelling being carried out by some of Britain’s finest craftspeople.