ARUNASHI Fire Opal Cuff Bracelet
  • Monique Péan Dark Buffalo Horn Cuff with Diamonds
    barneys.com
    Naturally shed dark buffalo horn cuff bracelet featuring five .025ct white diamonds inlaid in recycled 18k yellow gold. 2" width.
  • Armenta Old World Wide Cross Bracelet With Opals & Diamonds - Gold
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    ArmentaOld World Wide Cross Bracelet with Opals DiamondsDetailsArmenta bangle from the Old World Collection.Signature Armenta midnight oxidized silver, detailed with 18-karat yellow gold.Polished Boulder opal cabochons and pave black diamonds.2.31 total diamond carat weight.Hinged; two security latches.Oval for secure fit.6 1/8" inside circumference.1/2"W.Made in the USA.Designer About Armenta:When Texan Emily Armenta first created a feminine, Spanish-inspired line of oxidized sterling silver pieces set with diamonds and gemstones, her goal was to create romantic jewelry with a rocker edge. Her Armenta collection of distinctive jewelry is a favorite of Hollywood's elite.
  • David Yurman Waverly Bracelet with Black Onyx and Diamonds in Gold
    davidyurman.com
    18-karat yellow gold. Faceted black onyx. Pavé diamonds, 0.64 total carat weight. Cable, 7mm wide. Hinge opening.
  • David Yurman Willow Ten-Row Bracelet with Diamonds in Gold
    davidyurman.com
    18-karat yellow gold. Pavé diamonds, 3.04 total carat weight. 47mm wide. Hinged closure.
  • Roberto Coin 18k White Gold Diamond Snake Bangle - White (18k )
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    Roberto Coin18k White Gold Diamond Snake BangleDetailsCrafted in 18k white gold and light-bending diamonds, this Roberto Coin cuff slithers around your wrist with a biting avant-garde finesse. From the Snake Collection.18-karat white gold coiled snake.White channel-set and pave diamonds.GHSI; 4.87 total diamond carat weight.Faceted ruby eyes.Four hinges open coiled bracelet wide.Roberto Coin signature hidden 0.3-carat ruby.1 1/2"W from nose to tail.Fits 6 3/4" wrists.Designer About Roberto Coin:Since founding his own company in 1977, Roberto Coin has rightfully gained fame as a tireless innovator, most notably for pioneering the use of three-color gold in 1978. His jewelry seems to capture the fluidity of his amphibious hometown, Venice-forms and shapes meld, creating a sense of wholeness, the distinction between the timeless and the modern ever-blurred. Perpetually reinventing his personal style, Roberto Coin produces more than 600 unique jewelry models annually. Each piece includes a hidden 0.3 carat ruby, a signature of the designer.
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