Tom Ford Orbis Non Sufficit cufflinks

photo © Chrsitie's, United Artists, Danjaq LLC
Tom Ford cufflinks featuring Bond's family coat-of-arms with the motto "Orbis Non Sufficit" (The World Is Not Enough)
photo © Chrsitie's, United Artists, Danjaq LLC

photo © Bond Lifestyle
A pair of the Tom Ford cufflinks displayed among other accessories from Craig-era movies at the Bond In Motion exhibition in the London Film Museum
photo © Bond Lifestyle

Thanks to the Christie's charity auction we now know that James Bond (Daniel Craig) will wear a pair of very cool Tom Ford cufflinks in SkyFall, especially made for Bond. The round cufflinks feature Bond's family coat-of-arms with the motto "Orbis Non Sufficit" (The World Is Not Enough) within a black enamel surround.

Bond will wear this pair of cufflinks together with a Tom Ford grey suit, in the scenes where Bond is running through London.

Approximately 30 pairs of these cufflinks were made by Tom Ford for the film. One of these pairs of cufflinks will be auctioned at 50 Years of James Bond - The Auction at Christie's which takes place online between Friday 28 September and Monday 8 October 2012. Estimated price at the auction: £1,000–1,500 / US$1,600–2,300 / €1,200–1,700, but they were sold for £30.000!

James Bond also wears a pair of Tom Ford cylinder cufflinks when he is in Turkey and Tom Ford mother of pearl cufflinks with his tuxedo.

Bond’s family coat of arms is first seen in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service and features again in Skyfall.

Product Code: 
ac035

Comments

I hope Tom Ford releases these, I'd love to add them to my collection!
I would love a pair of these cufflinks.
John and kyle, email hart008@yahoo.com
RPF ones were disappointing, found a far superior and accurate pair, will send photos to anyone interested. queenandcountrystyle@yahoo.com
those wern't RPF, the RPF ones are still in production no one has seen final product yet
alec mcadam, can you post a link???
they still have a stick back accurate ones should have a 2 coin design theRPF ones will be complete very soon
They were done specifically with a t-bar as coin faced backs are useless unless you wear a double french cuff shirt, imagine trying to squeeze a coin through a button hole. hence why the size and dimension of the cufflink has to be precise and done professionally else they would be just for show.
I understand that about using a stick instead I was on more about it for accuracy :-) do you think the design is on both sides it's the one thing a few people have mentioned about the new theRPF one's?
In the originals the design is on both sides, it really depends on the reasoning for your purchase, I made the T-bar back because it is usable and I wear cufflinks every day. To the point I make holes near my buttons on oridinary shirts to use them. Allot of Armani and Dolce&Gabbana shirts have rounded holes for the T-bar. Actual large buttoned eyelets on french cuffs are rare nowadays and costly. No doub't the double coin is more accurate in type, that does not include the actual herald which i have not seen. But it is the difference between wether you want a pair for display in a cabinet or to wear. More photos here http://www.flickr.com/photos/queenandcountry/sets/72157632343194199/
where did you get your cufflinks from

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