Cufflinks “Genghis Khan”
Men’s cufflinks “Genghis Khan” – precious ode Asian conqueror spirit of the past.
The initiative, laid down many centuries ago by the Great Temujin Genghis Khan, bears fruit in many fields – primarily in the intellectual one today. It is here there was a change of elites and the representatives of the Asian regions got on the podium.
Temujin lived very long ago (approx. 1155 – 1227), but his influence on modern life has been preserved and even to this day. The warlord, who founded the history’s largest empire with related territory, Temujin combined the will and composure, visionary qualities and ingenious organizational abilities. And these qualities, given to descendants, today have become the foundation upon which the Asian mentality stands. And when Temujin reached the age of 51, he conquered the entire known world and took a great name of Genghis, Genghis Khan…
Gold cufflinks “Genghis Khan”. On the front side of the cufflinks the name of Genghis Khan is exquisitely inscribed with the traditional Mongolian alphabet . This hieroglyph also is interpreted as a “Lord” and together with the chess crown and symbolic chess field these three elements form the implicit allusion to His Majesty the King of Chess. Colored elements are crafted in technique of hot cloisonne enamel, but the image of the globe, the background of which is the King of Chess, is made with fine technique of engraving.
The cufflinks “Genghis Khan” are decorated with true men’s stones. It is about black diamond , stones of high society. Their uniqueness is that, only black diamonds traject light partially or incapable of doing it at all, only reflect the light with their facets. And the exceptional jeweler’s skill is to cut the stone without disrupting it and with emphasizing its kind of beauty.
The cufflinks “Genghis Khan” were presented to Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, the first President of the Republic of Kalmykia, the President of the FIDE, President of the International Mind Sports Association (IMSA), certainly, the spiritual descendant of Temujin Genghis Khan.