Historically dating back to the seventeenth century, a cufflink (or cuff link) is a decorative fastener used to hold together the cuff on the sleeve of a tuxedo shirt, dress shirt, or woman’s blouse. The cuff link acts as a fastener to replace the role of a button. The design of cuff links varies but the basic principle of a cylindrical post with a decorative end visible to the public still remains. It is common practice to monogram, engrave, or personalize the visible end of the cuff link to give a more dressed or decorative look. There are unlimited designs for cufflinks, ranging from sterling silver, leather, all types of stones, and much more.