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  • MARC BY MARC JACOBS Modern Logo Cuff
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    This clean-lined enamel cuff from MARC BY MARC JACOBS looks modern, whether worn alone or piled on with other pieces. Gold-tone or rose gold-tone plated brass/enamel. Imported. 2.5" Diameter. No closure. Photo may have been enlarged and/or enhanced.
  • Alexander McQueen Leather Skull Cuff
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    Leather band with metal skull clasp. Brass hardware with gold finish. Dimensions: Circumference 7.8 Inches, Height 1.4 Inches. Material: Leather.
  • ABS by Allen Schwartz Call of the Wild Ball Chain Bracelet
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    Trust your style instincts with this layered-chain statement bracelet from ABS by Allen Schwartz. Gold tone–plated brass/zinc. Imported. 7"L; 2.25" width. Fold-over clasp closure. Nickel free. Photo may have been enlarged and/or enhanced.
  • Free People Bahgsu Jewels Medicine Wheel Cuff
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    Slim, beautifully hand-carved cuff with one-of-a-kind moonstone. A symbol of symmetry and balance, its medicine circle design is representative of life's never ending cycle: birth, death, and rebirth. The remainder of the cuff is original Aztec-inspired sacred geometry design. The inner band is inscribed: north, south, east, west, reminding the wearer where she is supposed to be. The moonstone symbolizes each direction is correct; there are no wrong turns. Slightly malleable, created to be worn on wrist. By Bahgsu Jewels. Designed in California, Bahgsu Jewels is created to inspire us all to be free and wander our beautiful globe. The name Bahgsu is the namesake of a small village in the Himalayas, India where the owner/designer learned to become a silversmith.
  • Free People Bahgsu Jewels Scarab Cuff
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    Two-tone sterling silver and brass scarab cuff with natural turquoise stone center. Hand-carved with love in a striking design, the inside features the artist’s signature and is inscribed, “may the sun illuminate your path” in beautiful script. The Scarab beetle has been considered a good luck charm since the time of the ancient Egyptians, who placed a scarab on the heart of the mummy. They believed the scarab showed the way for the departed soul into the light. This cuff was created as an ode to this mentality inviting the wearer to always strive for the light and worship the sun for it is the giver of life. Turquoise is the stone of communication, has been mined for thousands of years, is highly revered, and was once used as a currency in Tibetan culture. This jewel is hand carved out of wax then cast into metal. By Bahgsu Jewels. Designed in California, Bahgsu Jewels is created to inspire us all to be free and wander our beautiful globe. The name Bahgsu is the namesake of a small village in the Himalayas, India where the owner/designer learned to become a silversmith. Please note, each stone is natural, one-of-a-kind; color will vary. Sterling Silver. Brass. Turquoise.
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