The 10 Best men's luxury accessories for Christmas

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From cufflinks to watches, find the perfect present to keep the man in your life looking dapper

 

1. Tateossian knot cufflinks in Rose Gold

For a little twist on a classic design, these rose gold coloured knot cufflinks are just the thing. The three rope effect is fashionable and practical. Also available in pink gold, silver or gun metal.

£95, Gift Library

2. Etched silver-tone brass ring

From the Autumn-Winter collection, this silver ring is not for everyone. It's distinct chunky style is very masculine and edgy.     

£215, Maison Martin Margiela

3. Paul Smith coin skull cufflinks

One way to stand out from the crowd with your formal wear is with these quirky pair of cufflinks, the unique coin detailing simply adds to the charm. 

£70, Selfridges

4. Breitling Navitimer watch

While the price is steep to say the least, this rose gold watch is everything that a time-keeping piece should be. It has a power reserve of 70 hours, with a glare-proof scratch resistant face and even functions as a currency converter, what's not to like?    

£17,520, The Watch Gallery

5. Wheel cufflinks

This set of cufflinks made from real Ferrari metal and sterling silver is perfect for motor-minded men. With a yellow enamelled centre and three spokes, this is a classic design and a unique gift. They are also available as a pin badge or on a key fob.  

£370, GTO London

6. Fox & rabbit cufflinks

If the skulls were a little too quirky, try something more natural with these cufflinks. They are cute and fit perfectly with the trend for all things British this season. On top of that all profits go back to the Natural History Museum.

£200, Natural History Museum

7. Barrington watch winder

Silent but precise, this watch winder will set the direction and rotations per day. This one isn't just for the men.

£99, The Watch Gallery

8. McQ razor pendant

For a bit of designer edge and bling, try this McQ Alexander McQueen razor blade and safety pin pendant. The piece of jewelery is guaranteed to add a bit of McQueen cool to any casual outfit.

£120, Selfridges

9. Luis Morais ebony bead cross bracelet

If your man prefers wrist wear then this bead bracelet could be just the thing for him. The contrast between the colour of the beads and cross works well and the design is simple and quite subtle.

£429, Matches Fashion

10. Bamford Rolex Milgauss anniversary edition

Originally developed in the 1950s for scientists working around powerful magnets, this retro time piece is back for a limited period. With striking colours, it is an impressive bit of wrist wear.

£10,500, Gift Library

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