These Silver Cricketer Cufflinks are delightful, and look amazing especially when worn in a Formal Shirt. They are ideal for that special occasion such as your Cricket Club’s Captains Supper, a Wedding Reception, a Formal Dinner Party or perhaps just dinning out with friends. The cufflinks measure 15mm deep by 12mm wide and 15mm high. Each one depicts a Batsman pulling the ball to the leg side boundary, a classical majestic cricketing shot if ever there was one. The T-Link Bar revolves through 90 degrees to slip into the shirt button hole, reversing back to hold your cufflink and shirt secure. These allow the cufflinks to be put on one-handed which is a good feature. The cufflinks will be delivered in a Branded gift box ready to go to the special one in your life. Cufflinks have been used to secure the shirt sleeves for at least 200 years perhaps longer. Royal persons in the 17th century started the trend and this fashion was taken up by lesser mortals such as the middle classes and later trades people. Silver is still the most popular metal from which to make cufflinks probably because of its durability and its high weight for strength ratio.