Dunhill’s Tribute to Man’s Best Friend

    London-based luxury house Alfred Dunhill has created a line of pens that pays homage to the company’s long-standing signature British bulldog. The bulldog fountain pen features a sterling silver-studded collar and a pawed cap clip, depicting Dunhill’s self-effacing wit. The newest member of the bulldog family is limited to 350 pens, and each is presented in a lacquered Alfred Dunhill box with a limited-edition certificate. The pen sells for $3,450 at the company’s Madison Avenue boutique in New York, where 250 pairs of matching hand-cut black onyx bulldog cufflinks are also offered. (www.dunhill.com)

    —Alexandra Foster

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