Custom Cufflinks Manufacturer
Make your own personalized cufflinks for your brand
If you’re looking for high end cufflinks for your brands, factory pre-produced options may not be the best fit for you. Here’s where custom cufflinks come in. Personalize the cufflinks you use for your company’s formal wear by adding customized touches that reflect your brand identity.
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Quick Facts About Custom Products
High-quality customized products, exclusive pricing according to your requirements.
Minumum Order Quantity
We support you by start with a flexible MOQ policy.
2-6+ weeks, from order placement to delivery.
The Basic Cufflink: How It Works
Front Face – the visible part of the cufflink featuring varying attractive designs
Toggle – the bottom part that rotates to lock the cufflink in place
Post – attaches the front face and the toggles which goes through the cuff holes
Parts of a Cufflink
There are three main parts to a cufflink: the Front Face, the post, and the toggle.
Cufflinks are an ornament with a very long history, it has been around for more than a hundred years. As a result, the cufflinks available on the market are actually colorful and varied in shape and structure. It is because of this colorfulness and variety that people have come up with plenty of conflicting and confusing definitions for the various forms of cufflinks. From an industrial manufacturing perspective, we decided to define the construction of cufflinks in terms of the smallest component unit that needs to be made into a cufflink. Basically, the face, the connnector (what we industrial producers call the leg) and the back are the three essential units that make up a cufflink. Any other additions are made to make these three basic components better, either to add more convenience or to add more decoration. Read the following analysis from an industrial point of view and you will gain a lot.
Create Fully Customizable Cufflinks
There are no factory pre-produced cufflinks here. Work with the world’s most professional cufflink manufacturers to provide everything from design to color to packaging and more for your custom luxury cufflinks.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll be able to customize when you work with BaiQue:
Types of Cufflinks
Whale Back Cufflinks
Fixed Back Cufflinks
Bullet Back Cufflinks
Chain Link Cufflinks
Ball Return Cufflinks
Basic Material of Cufflinks
Stainless Steel Cufflinks
Sterling Silver Cufflinks
Metal Alloy Cufflinks
Silk Knot Cufflinks
Decorative Materials for Cufflinks
Carbon Fiber Cufflinks
Mother of Pearl Cufflinks
Semi-Precious Stones Cufflinks
White Color Cufflinks
Popular Luxury Cufflink Colors
Two Toned Color Cufflinks
Silver Color Cufflinks
Gold Color Cufflinks
Rose Gold Color Cufflinks
Black Color Cufflinks
Gun Metal Color Cufflinks
Cufflink Material Finishes
Screenprint Finish Cufflinks
Antique Finish Cufflinks
Sandblast Finish Cufflinks
Polished Finish Cufflinks
Matte Black Fill Cufflinks
Enamel Finish Cufflinks
Antique Gold Finish Cufflinks
Cufflink Post Options
Torpedo with Straight U-Posts Cufflinks
Swivel Hammer Head With Single Post Cufflinks
Torpedo with Straight V-Posts Cufflinks
Personalized Cufflink Design Styles
1-Color Enamel Cufflinks
Multi Color Enamel Cufflinks
Multi-Color Screenprint Cufflinks
Etched Relief + Antique Finish Cufflinks
Raised Metal + Sandblast Cufflinks
Die-cut + Polished Finish Cufflinks
Die-cut + Enamel Lapel Cufflinks
Raised Metal + Matte Black Fill Cufflinks
Crafts for Cufflinks
Velvet Box for Cufflinks
Plastic Box for Cufflinks
How to Create Your Custom Cufflinks
Whether you’ve manufactured your own custom products before or this is your very first time creating something of your own, BaiQue makes it simple to unlock the power of seamless custom product manufacturing.
Step 1: Start With The Basics
Step 2: Fill in the Details
Step 3: Submit Your Designs
Step 4: Evaluate the Initial Sample
Step 5: Receive Your Cufflinks
Looking for Help Creating Custom Cufflinks?
Our friendly team is here waiting to aid you. Our team has many years of experience, and we will be able to help with any questions regarding our products. If you have any concerns, details, or issues, please reach out to us!Chat with a Cufflinks Expert
Frequently asked questions
What is the standard size of cufflinks?
Most of the cufflinks we carry measure 1-2 cm (3/8-13/16 inch). There is no standard size for cufflinks. That’s because each design is unique. We consider the designer’s personal preference and your brand’s style to be more important than standard sizes.
What are the different types of cufflinks you offer?
We support a variety of custom cufflink backs, the following are the most common fixtures for our custom cufflinks.
Torpedo and bullet shaped backs are frequently used by our customers. Torpedo and bullet shaped backs are very simple to use, they utilize a simple rotation mechanism. Simply flip the buckle vertically 90 degrees into the post and slide it through the cuff. After passing through the cuff again, the back clasp is finally flipped 90 degrees to secure it in place.
Whale back snaps lock back snaps similarly in that they are first placed flat on a straight post and then inserted into the cuff. The tail is then flipped back to secure the cufflinks. Unique designs and your brand logo can be added to these back snaps, making them a popular choice for personalizing luxury cufflink brands.
Fixed back clasps usually have a curved post and act as a solid structure because the back clasp will not move. Inserting the cuff can be difficult as there are no parts to move, but it allows us to add unique designs and brand logos to the backing. The fixed back closure can also be designed to be reversible, leaving you with a variety of wearing options.
Chains are the classic cufflink backing. A small chain connects the two sides of the cufflinks, leaving the wearer with a variety of options as to which side to display. This style may require a little more effort to wear (similar to a fixed back button), but they are more suitable for wearing on loose cuffed shirts.
What is the best materials to make personalized cufflinks?
Cufflinks are majorly made of the following commonly seen metals:
Stainless Steel: Extremely strong base metal used to make cufflinks. Perfect match for high quality cufflinks.
Titanium: The strongest yet ultra light metal to make cufflinks, but offers less possibility for creative ideas, as it is too hard to do regular processes like etching, engraving etc.
Brass/Copper: This metal is the best choice when complicated 3D engraving is required, as it is softer but still strong enough.
Zinc: This alloy can be used when small details and cuts are expected for your custom cufflinks. Which is soft, less solid but economic choice.
Silver: Mostly refers to sterling silver. Needs to be plated with strong coating like rhodium.
Gold: Usually use 14k gold to make cufflinks.
Based on BaiQue team’s experience, if your cufflinks project is geared towards a customer base that is very cost conscious and your project is more detailed and colorful, we recommend that you use copper/brass to produce your custom cufflinks. And if you have high requirements for the overall durability of the cufflinks, the precision of the structure, the fit between the parts and the solidity of the plating, then stainless steel is undoubtedly the best choice. In our factory, there is no such thing as the best material, only the most suitable one – depending on the requirements of your project. Of course, although we can make cufflinks from every material to the extreme, our favorite material is stainless steel.
What accessories should cufflinks have to deserve to be called luxury cufflinks?
To make a luxury cufflinks, first we can consider starting with high-end materials, such as gold cufflinks and silver cufflinks.
Secondly, for accessories as face piece for cufflinks, many high-end brands will choose real gemstones, diamonds and some rare materials such as meteorite pieces as well as amber. In terms of plating, silver cufflinks are generally plated with rhodium, which makes them durable to a high level, while rhodium is also a representative of precious materials.
And a very sophisticated design, with a lot of small accessories, the mechanical cooperation between each other requires a high and obvious sense of technology cufflinks, is also a kind of luxury cufflinks.
Is there cufflinks that can be used on a shirt already has buttons?
Technically speaking, there is a type of cufflinks called button cover cufflinks that allow people clip them around the actual buttons on shirt.
Usually, people don’t use button cover cufflinks alone, but in a cufflinks and stud set, and in our factory, our team has a lot of experience in manufacturing these special structure cufflinks.
The core manufacturing issues for these cufflinks are the durability of the structure itself, the control of the elastic strength and the choice of materials for the elastic spring structure.
We have almost redefined the structure so that it meets the basic needs of use, but also takes into account the smoothness of opening and closing, sufficient elasticity and silent performance.
To balance these factors, we developed dozens of molds for this purpose. This dedication to craftsmanship is what keeps us moving forward and at the forefront of the industry.
How do you manufacture and assemble my customized cufflinks?
To customize a cufflink in your brand style, you first need to understand the positioning of your current cufflink project, such as a luxury cufflink or one that is geared towards your client’s demographic, such as a groom or best man cufflink.
Many customers ask us what materials make the best cufflinks. There is no standard answer to this question. In our factory, stainless steel, copper, titanium, zinc alloy, silver, gold and other materials can be used to make cufflinks.
From an industrial point of view, the material that offers the most variety and is most preferred by craftsmen and designers is undoubtedly stainless steel. Stainless steel cufflinks are not only durable, they are also much better than other materials in terms of texture performance and workability.
Of course, we also often use brass and zinc alloys for our clients’ economic cufflinks projects. For cufflinks projects that are worthy of luxury from material to accessories, we use silver and rhodium plating, as well as gold as the basic material, and match with some real stones or rare accessories such as meteorite fragments.
Once the material and accessory issues are resolved, we have to consider whether the design of the custom cufflinks itself is complex and demanding in terms of details and component fitting. If the design is simple, our factory usually uses casting or die-casting methods to produce the prototypes of most of the parts of the cufflinks.
For complex designs, we will generally work with multiple CNC machining to ensure that the details and parts fit together very well.
The process of making customized cufflinks:
The process of customizing your cufflink projects is simple. First, we will assign the most experienced designers and craftsmen in our factory to work with you online using a live chat tool to optimize your design. After the design is finalized, we will make the molds and roughs for the first round of sample submissions.
Once the quality and details of the first or multiple rounds of samples are approved by you, we can proceed with the production of large quantities. If your project is in a hurry, we can also consider the materials, accessories and processes of the product at the design stage, and after confirming the design and getting your approval, we can prepare the materials at the sample development stage and wait for the complete sample to be approved for quick mass production. In our factory, we can arrange your requirements flexibly.
Assemble your customized cufflinks with cares:
We have a special assembly line to assemble all the accessories. For products with more parts and details like cufflinks, the assembly tools and configurations are more complex and detailed.
The most important thing in the process of assembling cufflinks is to seal the film to protect each accessory that needs to be combined so as not to bring scratches to the surface of all the accessories during the assembly process of manual operation.
When gluing accessories on the face of the cufflinks, such as some stones or pieces of wood, great care should be taken not to spill the glue and contaminate the rest of the cufflinks. We usually have to do several times of polishing on the parts that involve welding to remove welding marks.
Workers need to be especially careful when assembling the toggle back structure to protect the recessed locations, because these locations are so small that if they are unfortunately scratched, it will take a lot of effort to deal with the scratches again.
Can you produce custom cufflink packaging boxes?
Absolutely! custom cufflink branding packaging is important because it can help differentiate your company’s cufflinks from those of your competitors. Good packaging can also make a cufflink brand more attractive to consumers, which can help drive sales.
We can produce custom branded boxes exclusively for your brand. Please visit our Custom Packaging page for more information on custom designs.