Deakin & Francis Sterling Silver & Enamel Cufflinks in Blue or Black


Deakin & Francis are generously donating a percentage of sales from two of their Sterling Silver & Enamel Cufflink designs to QEST. The stylish cufflinks are the perfect finishing touch to a dinner outfit for all occasions.

For each set of Sterling Silver Black & White Enamel Dress Studs sold (£635), £50 will be donated to QEST.

For each pair of Sterling Silver Royal Blue & Clear Enamel Cufflinks sold (£285), £25 will be donated to QEST.


Established in 1786, Deakin & Francis is England’s oldest family jeweller and shares QEST’s passion for British craftsmanship. They create a range of bespoke items available from their Piccadilly Arcade store and online.

Henry Deakin, a seventh-generation family member to be part of the business, has seen the work of QEST firsthand 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.