John Rigby & Co. dazzles with Hornady casing cufflinks

The Rigby cufflinks use spent Hornady casings. (Photo: John Rigby & Co.)

London-based gunmaker John Rigby & Co. bring gun-inspired cufflinks to gents looking to class up their look all within the spirit of gun enthusiasm.

The spent Hornady ammunition cases in .275 and .416 Rigby chamberings are made in England and are hand-finished, giving them a unique look. The recycled brass is courtesy of Rigby’s rifle regulator Keith Thomas, coming from the rifles he used on the range. His wife, jewelry designer Debbie Thomas recycled the spent brass into elegant cufflinks.

The cufflinks are made in England by jewelry designer Debbie Thomas. (Photo: John Rigby & Co.)

“Whether you’ve a formal dinner to attend or special occasion, these cufflinks will certainly offer that personal finishing touch, an item to be admired by those who notice the details,” the company said in a news release.

Rigby’s head of sales Andrew Ambrose said the cufflinks are a welcomed addition to the company’s inventory. “These brass cufflinks are a beautiful new addition to our online shop, the Rigby Shikar Store. For those looking for a subtle yet classy addition to an outfit, I would recommend the .275 Rigby cufflinks but if your aim is for the wow factor, always go for the impressive large caliber .416 Rigby alternative.”

The Rigby cufflinks are available online with a price tag of $85.

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