Each pair of cufflinks is made using two random entries from an old dictionary of literary terms (quatrain, vignette, metonymy... even onomatopoeia). The classic dictionary lettering is beautiful in itself, and they certainly make an erudite talking point.
A beautiful enamel pin designed to look like a classic pencil. A perfect gift for any writer or writing enthusiast. Enameled metal badge. Measures approx 4 cm long.
William Shakespeare's distinctive portrait is on one pin , and The Globe - the Lord Chamberlain's Men's own theatre - is featured on the other. Set of two with rubber...
One of these fantastic pins is of the Cheshire Cat himself, and the other is of "a grin without a cat". From Tenniels' illustrations for Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Set...
Edgar Allan Poe's face, from the most famous photograph of him, stares out from one of these pins. The other is of course the raven, from his most famous poem....