When someone has wonderful qualities, you want them to be just as beautiful in their appearance, because it has to be very, very dark before you can have sex with qualities. Now making money as beautiful as the wonderful things it does for you: The Penny Factory
Hailing from Norfolk, Penny's a bespoke service that'll hand-paint, enamel, fire, and polish a wide range of coins, before grafting them onto cufflinks made of solid silver, or hallmarked gold, because nothing helps you get well soon quite like wealth.
The cold hard cuffs come in dozens of varietals, spanning farthings, ha'pennies, shillings, and newfangled pocket janglings depicting every British monarch back through Victoria, as well as a range of foreign coinage, from Irish and Welsh, to Malawian, to special edition U.S. currency from almost every state, except of course "stable".
The ornate colouration's determined by you, with each separate indentation down to individual tree branches, etc., getting a different solid or gradually faded pigment; you can even send in a sample of the specific hue you want, though if it's Laurie he's probably only showing symptoms of scarlet fever, and is actually suffering from the black plague.
Off the cuff, Penny also works with bolo neckties and traditional or horseshoe belt buckles inset with sizable currency like silver dollars and Victorian sixpence -- though when it's very, very dark, you can say it's eight.