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These stylish cuff links are the perfect accessory to set you apart when wearing your clan tartan, or to simply show your Scottish pride.
Each tartan pattern is carefully recreated in stunning, colourful hard wearing enamel on these contemporary cufflinks. The rectangular decoration measures approximately 2cm x 1cm, and has a sturdy T-bar to secure it to the cuff of your dress shirt. The simple, yet distinctive style of these tartan cufflinks goes from the office to the most formal occasion with ease.
A luxury presentation box is also included.
Sizes And Dimensions:Single Cufflink: 2cm x 1cm (face) x 2cm
The Napiers claim to be descended from the old Earls of Lennox and there is evidence they possessed lands in the County of Dumbarton in the 13th century. A traditional tale claims that for heroism in a battle one of the sons of the Earl of Lennox was given the lands of Gosford in Fife by the Scottish King, who renamed him Napier. The family has a fine record of service in the defence of Scotland and in their loyalty to the Crown. Archibald Napier, whose father was killed at the Battle of Pinkie, in 1547, was knighted in 1567. His son, John was the inventor of logarithms. In 1627 the title of Baron Napier of Merchison was conferred on Sir Acrhibald Napier, the loyal supporter of King Charles I.