HMS Victory Cufflinks | Made with Oak from HMS Victory | Sterling Silver | Square



A unique pair of nautical cufflinks featuring original HMS Victory Oak. These stylish naval cufflinks are a perfect gift for sailors, history lovers or couples celebrating their 5th wedding anniversary – wood being the traditional gift. 

Set in sterling silver and presented in a gift box, these stunning HMS Victory cufflinks are made from authentic HMS Victory wood removed from the ship during restoration projects. 

We also have HMS Victory cufflinks made using copper reclaimed from the ship, and an HMS Victory pendant and ring made using Victory wood.

Postage: All orders are dispatched within 48 hours with upgrades to next day UK delivery available. International orders sent tracked and signed.

We also have a range of cufflinks made from salvaged parts of Spitfire planes and Lancaster Bomber in our Signature Historical Collection.

Hepburn & Hughes are official licensees of the HMS Victory trademark, and every sale of our HMS Victory jewellery and cufflinks contributes towards the ship’s ongoing preservation and other naval heritage projects.

Dimensions: 15mm x 15mm
Materials: HMS Victory wood and 925 Sterling Silver

The cufflinks come with:

  • An excellent quality cufflink box
  • A gift card and envelope
  • Sterling silver jewellery care information
  • A silver polishing cloth
  • Certificate of provenance

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews

These were a wedding gift for a total naval history buff and he was so proud to wear this little piece of history on his cuffs. Beautiful cufflinks, finely crafted and packaged. They arrived quite fast after placing the order. If you are ordering from the EU, remember that there is customs on top.


Very please with these, a birthday gift for my son


Awesome historical item, well made, very happy with the purchase!


Can’t wait to give these to my husband for Christmas! Thank you!


Beautiful cufflinks with a great story to them. Bought for my husband's birthday and he wears them near daily. The colour and patterning of the oak is lovely and it gives great joy to consider its historic past. What a treasure!