Beach Glass Coil Bracelet
  • ABS by Allen Schwartz Coil Bracelet
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    Base metal/brass/glass. Imported. 2.5" Diameter. No closure, flexible. Photo may have been enlarged and/or enhanced.
  • Marco Bicego Africa 18k Gold Bypass Bangle - Gold (18k )
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    Marco BicegoAfrica 18k Gold Bypass BangleDetailsFrom the Marco Bicego Africa Collection.Hand-engraved 18-karat yellow gold.Beaded end caps; 13mm and 10mm.Malleable; opening for slip-on style.6 1/2" circumference.Designer About Marco Bicego:As a talented artisan from a family of goldsmiths, Marco Bicego was uniquely poised to start his eponymous jewelry line in 2000. The designer is hailed for his "guitar string" coils, colored gemstones, hand engraving, and Old World Italian craftsmanship.
  • Alex and Ani Vintage 66 Natural Wonders Bangles, Set of 5: Prosperity
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    Silver-tone plating on recycled brass base/glass/wood. Made in USA. 2.5" Diameter, expandable. No closure. Set of 5 bangles. Photo may have been enlarged and/or enhanced.
  • TOMS Exclusive Beaded Bracelet Set
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    Only available through TOMS, these Benefit Bracelets feature teal, silver, gunmetal gray and white and are hand strung with glass seed beads on a stretch cord for easy on-and-off wear. Set of three. One size fits all.
  • Roberto Coin 18k Rose Gold Diamond Snake Bangle - Gold (18k )
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    Roberto Coin18k Rose Gold Diamond Snake BangleDetailsCrafted in 18k rose 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 rose 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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