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  • Isabel Marant In Bloom Cuff
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    Isabel Marant's delicate In Bloom brass cuff is embellished with a row of crimson resin blossoms. A faceted ruby-red glass bead flower adds to the colorful blooms. Available in Red. Brass. 2mm band width, approximately. Made in France.
  • OSCAR DE LA RENTA Swirl flower cuff
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    Oscar de la Renta's flower cuff adds a darkly romantic touch to eveningwear. As with everything the iconic designer touches craftsmanship is all-important; the black resin roses adoring the brass cuff have been hand poured and liberally embellished with Swarovski crystals. The result? A statement piece that brings new meaning to 'flower power'.
  • Isabel Marant In Bloom Cuff
    barneys.com
    Isabel Marant's delicate In Bloom brass cuff is embellished with a row of black and white resin blossoms. A faceted white glass bead flower adds to the monochromatic blooms. Available in Black/White. Brass. 2mm band width, approximately. Made in France.
  • Alexander McQueen Skull-Clasp Leather Cuff
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    Alexander McQueenSkull-Clasp Leather Cuff, BlackDetailsThis Alexander McQueen cuff sports a menacing skull that speaks to your favorite collection's signature. Topstitched calfskin leather.Golden clasp with logo and signature Alexander McQueen skull.Skull detailed with faceted Swarovski crystal eyes.Designer About McQ Alexander McQueen:Introduced in 2006, McQ Alexander McQueen extends the label's impeccable tailoring and into a more youthful stratosphere. Innovative silhouettes, detailed embellishments, and bold looks for day mark the collection.
  • Oscar de la Renta Cutout Jeweled Cuff Bracelet
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    Oscar de la RentaCutout Jeweled Cuff Bracelet, GreenDetailsSculptural, leafy cuff by Oscar de la Renta.24-karat gold plated brass.Faceted crystals.Hinged; magnetic clasp.Oval; 6 3/4" inside circumference.Approx. 2 3/4"W.Made in USA.Designer About Oscar de la Renta:After apprenticing at Balenciaga in Spain and at Lanvin in Paris, Dominican designer Oscar de la Renta launched his own eponymous line in 1965. His refined, ladylike looks have garnered many awards, including one in 1990 for Lifetime Achievement. In 1998, he launched a successful line of lingerie and his momentum shows no signs of waning with the collections of eyewear, fragrance, home decor, handbags, and shoes.
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