Lancaster, also called Avro Lancaster, the most successful British heavy bomber of World War II. The Lancaster emerged from the response by A.V. Roe & Company, Ltd., to a 1936 Royal Air Force specification calling for a bomber powered by two 24-cylinder Rolls-Royce Vulture engines. The resultant aircraft, the Manchester, first flew in July 1939, entered production the following year, and was committed to combat in February 1941. However, the Vulture engine proved to be a failure, and the Manchester was produced only in small numbers. Avro then proposed a redesigned Manchester powered by four Rolls-Royce Merlin engines, and the result was the Lancaster.
The Lancaster Bomber Aircraft Cufflinks was shaped to epitomize the success of the aircraft in the WWII. Paired up with ablazing shade of silver to commemorate its success. If you are eyeing for a gear that will how passionate you are then look no further as this cufflinks will mirror that character of yours.
Cufflink Style: 1114-CL