Boutons de manchette Monoï - indice 30, argent et bronze

Monoï - spf 30

In this series, sun meets skin. From bronze to bronzed, from silver to the moon, Samuel Gassmann uses his two materials of choice, those from which his links are traditionally made, as a tracer for exposure to sunlight. Silver for day wear is decorated with a bronze pastille, hinting of skin toasted during the hottest hours of the day, while bronze for evening wear embraces silver as the natural light of day dims. Protection or not, from sunblock to Monoi oil, ultraviolet leaves its mark on the wrist.


TTC410,00 €HT341,67 €
Délais de livraison: 
10 days - Fedex (Standard shipment: France : 10€ / UE : 15€ / hors UE : 25€)
sterling silver and bronze faces
cufflinks, handmade in Paris
diameter 11mm

Used to decorate the daywear cufflinks, the speculative nature of silver means that it doesn‘t retain the same symbolic force as bronze. 

Boutons de manchette

A more recent invention than the button (dated around 1700), the cufflink became popular in the 19th century. The first cufflinks were made with rigid links (as opposed to chain or toggle links) and Samuel Gassmann chose this ridge link as the founding characteristic of his brand, re-establishing the original process of attaching shirtsleeves.