Voronoi (black gloss)
Named after 19th century Russian mathematician Georgy Voronoy, a Voronoi (with an “i”) diagram plots cells whose outlines are closer to their central point than any other point.
This adaptation stylises the beauty of that math in an airy design that allows the cuff fabric to peek through and convey the shirt colour. The post’s unique V-shape keeps it out of sight through the cell holes, which are left unpolished inside to contrast the finished face.
Black rhodium is an interesting change from the usual silver and gold, offering a smoky “man of mystery” look that looks great on a white shirt (see photos).
Dimensions: 17 x 17 mm (0.67 x 0.67 in)
Comes in handsome black polished wood cufflink case (included in price).
Available in these materials:
- 18K yellow gold plated silver
- .925 silver - sandblasted
- black rhodium plated silver (this page)
- contact us about making this cufflink in other materials such as high-gloss or antiqued silver, black gloss rhodium plating, titanium or solid gold
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