Giveaway – Win a Customised Pair of Cufflinks from Ring Jewellery

If you read this blog, you’ll probably know that I love personalised products. There’s something really fun in being able to own something unique and its always great to be able to create something bespoke as a gift.

So when Brighton-based jewellery designer, Ring Jewellery – specialists in gold, platinum and titanium rings – offered Gadget Mum the opportunity to giveaway a customised set of cufflinks, I wasn’t going to turn it down

Ring Jewellery specialise in bespoke jewellery, offering customers the ability to create rings using any metal, any stone and to every budget. They are also jewellers to the stars! They have designed custom links for the likes of Theo Walcott and George Lamb amongst others – which you can view here . Footballers definitely like having their shirt numbers on their…well..shirts!

I find it quite difficult to buy for men – there’s only so many times you can get away with a tie, sweater or socks! So a bespoke pair of cuff links offers something really unique – and you can literally customise them how you want – be it a photo, piece of art or just some wording thats special to you.

To win a pair, simply let me know the following – If you could design any cufflinks, what would they be?

Follow the rafflecopter instructions below to enter and good luck!

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45 Responses to Giveaway – Win a Customised Pair of Cufflinks from Ring Jewellery

  1. emma cella says:

    my children

  2. Kate Cunningham says:

    I would design them as scrabble letter and have hubby’s initials.

  3. Jane Townson says:

    A photo of my kids.

  4. Emma Lowe says:

    i would put my childrens initals on it, trying to make a name out of them.

  5. Tracy Nixon says:

    I lost two of my triplet boys due to premature birth, so would have their foot print photos incorporated in my design x

  6. sarah birkett says:

    a monogram, what is more personal than that. either for my son or my husband

  7. C Hui says:

    Would keep it simple with initials

  8. angela sandhu says:

    I would probably go for a religious symbol or something like that

  9. jennie jackson says:

    i would have intertwining initials

  10. Andy D says:

    Just Initials for me

  11. Jennifer Guertin says:

    My husband is a fighter pilot, so I would make some F-16 cufflinks!

  12. It would have to Rollie my cat dressed as a chef !

  13. Stephanie Tsang says:

    A photo of my daughter and husband

  14. Helen Harris says:

    I would have a photo of my one twin on one and the other on the other 😀

  15. Jane Paddey says:

    If I could design some cufflinks these would be for my husband so my design would be his favourite photo of our two girls taken when they were small – either his favourite photo of them both together or his favourite photo of them on their own (one on each cufflink – good job we didnt have more children!)

  16. Victoria Boland says:

    Probably a photo of my son.

  17. Solange says:

    My kids

  18. Finger prints of 2 kids, that way the hubby would see what i mean about the kids finger prints been left everywhere!

  19. Jaseos Harpos says:

    Think I’d go with initials – simple and classy

  20. Grazing Kate says:

    hmm, something a bit silly – pet names or codewords that mean something just to me and him

  21. Vicki Violet Morris says:

    I would definitely design hockey related ones for my boyfriend. He loves hockey and you can’t get much hockey related things in the UK!

  22. Anastasia Jones says:

    Something Family, i love family xx

  23. Suzanne sendell says:

    fingerprints of my son and daughter

  24. Colin Pike says:

    My initials CDP

  25. Jan says:

    I always think of my dad when I hear the word ‘cufflinks’ and so I would put the monogram of
    MDP on them (his initials).

  26. Sam says:

    A photo of my nephew as a present for my brother

  27. Ian Henderson says:

    of my dad with a motorbike symbol – he passed away june 2011 and would be a lovely reminder RIP Dad

  28. hannah howie says:

    Initials to keep it simple, classy and professional

  29. Christine Mutter says:

    Hubbys initials

  30. Helen Porter says:

    i would put a picture in them of both my sons for my partner x

  31. Lynsey Pinz says:

    On one there’d be half of my face with one thumb up, and on the other, the other half of my face with the other thumb up, so he could put them together and have a big smiley pic of me with both thumbs up!

  32. Helen Aiken says:

    Perhaps pictures drawn by my daughter would be lovely.

  33. Antonia Rookley says:

    A photo of my daughter – my hubby would love that

  34. LESH SULLIVAN says:

    I love the fingerprint jewellery you can get so would definitely have my children’s prints 🙂

  35. Michelle Williams says:

    I would have a photo of my two sons

  36. Rachel Blackburn says:

    a lovely pic of my baby girl

  37. Jane English says:

    I’d love a pair of cuff links for my hubby with a photo of our lovely grand children on them, they don’t live nearby to us so we don’t see them in very often, but when he’s out & about he could see their smiling faces every time he fixed his cuff & it would bring a smile to his face no matter how stressful his day is.

  38. James Donovan says:

    I would have my initials JD on one, and My partners initial EO on the other

  39. Natalie Henderson says:

    I would use initials

  40. Karen Barrett says:

    My Grand-Daughters fingerprint

  41. Joanna Sawka says:

    my son’s photo

  42. Sarah Parker says:

    my kids

  43. Alison says:

    I would put my partners initials on them

  44. DawnLouise says:

    I think I would have my pups with their names on them. Lovely keepsake too.

  45. Lesley Ann says:

    I would design a set for my soon to be husband, we get married in 46 days and he’s an avid Dr Who fan so maybe the Tardis and a darlick or cyberman I know he’d love that.

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