Deakin & Francis Partner with QEST in Support of British Craft




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    We are thrilled to announce that Deakin & Francis will generously be donating a percentage of the sales of two of their stylish cufflink designs to QEST.

    England’s oldest family jeweller, Deakin & Francis share a passion for British craftsmanship with QEST and they create a range of bespoke items available from their store in the Piccadilly Arcade and online. 

    The seventh generation of the Deakin & Francis that was established in 1786, Henry Deakin, has seen the work of QEST first hand through the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths as well as in Birmingham’s jewellery quarter. As a jeweller and guardian of the Birmingham Assay Office, he is committed to keeping traditional crafts alive and was keen to sponsor QEST by including jewellery that applies the creative tradition of enamelling that dates back centuries.

    Deakin & Francis’ Sterling Silver Black and White Enamel Dress Stud Set (£635) is the perfect finishing touch to a dinner outfit for all occasions and for each set sold, Deakin & Francis will give £50 to QEST.   For every purchase of the Sterling Silver Royal Blue & Clear Enamel Cufflinks (£285) they will donate £25 to the charity.

    Head to www.deakinandfrancis.co.uk to buy your pair and help support the future of British craft.

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    Sterling Silver Black and White Enamel Dress Studs