For the best-dressed wrist. The cufflink that’s a metaphor for itself: & = and = something that joins things = a cufflink. Useful and stylish as button covers on regular shirts and as cufflinks on French cuff shirts. The ampersand is in venerable Clarendon typeface. Originated in the Fann St. Foundry of Oxford, England in 1845, it’s employed frequently in dictionaries. And now on cuffs. Laser-cut from a single piece of reclaimed stainless steel and powder coated to provide a durable, hard-wearing finish. High style, low environmental impact. Built by Scribble Product Design. Designed in collaboration with Veer. Ampersand Faux Cufflinks priced at USD$49.00. More pictures after the jump.