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"Cufflinks appeared in the early seventeenth century in Europe."

Decorative lace cuffs, changed to a more comfortable, their men cords. However, the lace cuffs were very uncomfortable, so a new style elegance has become a symbol of high status in society.

With time precious replaced buttons and started calling them "glands Info.

In the XVIII century glands began producing buttons from precious metals and gem. Very fashionable in those days were glands with small button images that were deposited on the lower side of the quartz or glass.

Of course, they could only allow myself elite.

In 1882 George Kremenets invented a machine for mass production of buttons and cufflinks. It was based on cartridge casings. This machine helped reduce the price of cufflinks so that they can wear all applicants.

At the beginning of XX century were considered the best gift of cufflinks.

At the time, stop producing many houses jewelry: Tiffany, Montblanc, Korloff, Cartier, but Boyer went further thought up a new kind of attachment - twisting the button, we use so far.