Bullet cufflinks by David ParkerMelbourne (June 28 2102) – Men of discerning taste, heed the call! This July, Lord Coconut, Melbourne’s home of handmade, contemporary and limited edition men’s jewellery and accessories, is having a Cufflinks Trade In.

What does that mean exactly?

Well, grab any of your old cufflinks lying around the house, bring them to Lord Coconut, and you’ll receive $50 off any designer cufflinks priced over $200 (limit of one cufflink trade in per pair of cufflinks purchased).

Featuring accessories from up to 30 designers, with most hailing from Victoria, Lord Coconut is an avid supporter of local
designers, and in many cases, is the only retail outlet for these artisans who excel in their craft.

July’s Cufflinks Trade In features Ideer by Zvia’s medieval inspired, sterling silver pieces, Vikki Kassioras’s designs celebrating classic mythology with regal dragons and sea monsters, David Parker’s brass bullet cufflinks, Dan McGill’s boating inspired propellers
(which actually turn), and the humorous silver pieces from a.l.i.alexander, inspired by her love of crime and mystery novels, country music, and incorporating lyrics from text and song.

Lord Coconut is the realisation of avid jewellery collector Mark Boldiston, who took the leap of faith in 2011 from a career in education and administration to creating a salon for men of style. Mark’s vision for Lord Coconut is to offer individual accessories that are the antidote to the everyday, in an intimate setting for personal shopping.
An exclusive opportunity to trade in tired, generic cufflinks for a unique, handcrafted piece of designer jewellery from a local artisan, the July Cufflinks Trade In is simply not to be missed.

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