Stained Glass Enamel Rose Navy Cufflink
A design inspired by the 'wheel window' type of stained glass windows found in churches of the Romanesque and Gothic revival periods especially. Spokes radiate from a central boss, to form a simple 'rose', which are then infilled with enamel for a piece that is as clean and directly decorative as possible. A perfect example of a cufflink idea motivated by my love of architecture and the placing of enamel and metal together in a decorative form.
The Simon Carter story began on King’s Road, London in 1985. Simon pursued an interest in vintage clothing and accessories by browsing the stylish shops of Chelsea. Taking inspiration from the vintage accessories he saw, Simon designed a men’s pewter brooch, which he had manufactured and sold successfully to a Chelsea jewellers.
From its modest beginning, the Simon Carter brand grew to include cufflinks and watches. Today the range also includes ties, shirts, suiting, hats, gloves and scarves. Now a globally recognised brand, Simon Carter products are stocked in leading stores around the world.