10 great jewellery gifts for your groom

10 great jewellery gifts for your groom
Give a token on the day to match wedding colours or their personal style. Patina Quink cufflinks and brass signet ring by Alice Made this

Gifts for your groom need to feel elegant and timeless – and ideally you should hand over something they can wear on the day. Here’s our pick of classics, from cufflinks to timepieces

Words Libby Norman

It is traditional for couples to exchange rings, but couples often like to mark the moment with extra gifts – and jewellery hits the mark because it’s timeless and can be worn for decades to come. Here, let’s face it, brides tend to get the better end of the deal (an engagement ring). So it seems fitting that grooms should get a look in. Here’s our pick of ten love tokens that should meet with the approval of your groom.

1. Love forever

Catherine Hills’ Love Knot cufflinks are a perfect symbolic gift

Jeweller Catherine Hills is known for her creative work with silver, taking inspiration from natural and organic forms. We think these rope textured Love Knot cufflinks send a timeless message of your regard. Shown here in silver, but also available in oxidised and white silver, £160;  catherinehillsjewellery.com 

2. Clean cut

This brass signet ring has a clean and contemporary profile

Signet rings are back in vogue, judging by the number of designers now including them in their collections. This elegant and clean-cut style is perfect for the modern minimalist. The ring is available in polished and matte brass (shown), steel or copper. £150; alicemadethis.com

3. Colour story

With sapphire centres and a coloured surround, these smart Deakin & Francis cufflinks add a lovely colour pop

Cufflinks specialist Deakin & Francis has a fabulous collection to suit every taste. We’re fans of its Brights collection, which combines cold cure enamel with a small central gemstone. Designed to add a fun colour pop to lift a formal outfit (and are also a brilliant way to tap in to the wedding colours), you’ll find a bold selection of shades. We love the soft pink with cabochon sapphire. £165; deakinandfrancis.co.uk

4. Blue haze

These Alice Made This earrings feature

Bayley Prussian Blue cufflinks are a classic way to add something blue. Made of brass and decorated by London-based patina artist Derek Bayley, they are layered to create an intense finish – and no two sets are the same. £190; alicemadethis.com

5. Scandi lines

This Georg Jensen timepiece from Amara is a design classic

Watches are always an appropriate gift to give to the groom, and this Georg Jensen Kippel Mesh chronograph is a classic that will be loved by both watch and Scandinavian-style aficionados. With a sleek silver strap and elegant white face, it combines sleek form with Swiss precision. It’s part of the curated luxury accessories collection from Amara. £1,095; amara.com 

6. Diamond bright

From the De Beers Talisman collection, these cufflinks feature rough diamonds


From De Beers’ contemporary Talisman collection, these lovely white gold cufflinks feature rough diamonds in their centre – a perfect heirloom keepsake to celebrate your wedding.  £4,000; debeers.co.uk

7. Swiss time

This classic Clifton Baumatic chronometer watch is by Baume & Mercier

Perfect for watch collectors, and with heritage lines, this Clifton Baumatic chronometer is by Swiss master Baume & Mercier. With a rose gold case and white face it keeps time beautifully and will be treasured by the groom for years to come. From £2,900; baume-et-mercier.com

8. Silver stars

These Links of London cufflinks are in sodalite and silver

These polished silver bar cufflinks from Links of London feature rich blue sodalite cabochons. A simple finishing touch for the groom, they are also eminently wearable after the event. £160; linksoflondon.com

9. Roman standard

With a blue numerals and a classic bracelet strap, this Dreyfuss & Co watch is dressy enough for best

A stainless bracelet strap and white face with blue Roman numerals make this Dreyfuss & Co watch a style that is dressy enough for the most formal occasion, but also with classic understated style. £795; hsamuel.co.uk

10. Heraldic flavour

Heraldic Dot cufflinks add texture add a flash of colour to brighten the most sober outfit

These Heraldic Dot earrings are great for the groom who is looking to add a flash of colour and texture while maintaining a crisp and sober edge. Part of the new James collection at Alice Made This, and made of solid brass, they are hand patterned by engravers Sam James. £205; alicemadethis.com


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