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Ferrari heritage meets modern materials in GTO cufflinks designs
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Apr '11
Designer men's accessories company GTO London has released a range of cufflinks that use the history and personality of classic Ferraris as their inspiration. Using unique selections of materials, primarily sterling silver and Real Ferrari Metal, GTO London has crafted a series of designer cufflinks for men that recall every glory year of the Italian motoring masterpiece – from its early history to the present day.

The Accensione cufflink sees the famous ignition of the Ferrari 250 GTO (complete with key) faithfully recreated either in sterling silver or Real Ferrari Metal. The GTO London design team has chosen the 250 ignition and key to symbolise the joy of firing up the engine of a sporting legend – a joy that is evident both in the design of the cufflinks and the attention to detail that using the genuine metal represents.

The designer cufflinks for men currently present in the GTO London range have been inspired by the most iconic and integral parts of classic cars. The distinctive Ferrari gated gearshift is replicated, both in sterling silver and Real Ferrari Metal (RFM): as are the carburettor trumpets from the legendary engines; the three eared spinner that holds the wire wheels of the old Ferraris in place; the tyre treads on the Dunlop tyres; and the unmistakeable triple spoke steering wheel, for an instance from the 250 GTO.

The designer cufflinks for men designed by GTO London are also available as bespoke pieces, which incorporate personal touches to create unique accessory items.

GTO London is a designer men's accessories company, which creates cufflinks, tie pins, money clips, wallets and key fobs inspired by the classic lines of heritage Ferraris. Customers can choose from accessories already designed, in a unique array of modern metals and materials – or can commission their own bespoke pieces.

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