Fashion
  • Alexis Bittar Small Pyramid Post
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    Alexis Bittar Small Pyramid Post
    Add to your stunning wardrobe with the understated beauty of the Alexis Bittar™ Small Pyramid Posts. Hand carved and painted lucite pyramids. Post backs. Imported.
  • Alexis Bittar Medium Slip Hoop
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    Alexis Bittar Medium Slip Hoop
    Add radiance to your regal look with the Alexis Bittar™ Medium Slip Hoop earrings. Hand carved and painted Lucite® hoops. Push backs. Imported.
  • Alexis Bittar 'Lucite® - Imperial Noir' Rivet Hinge Bangle
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    Alexis Bittar 'Lucite® - Imperial Noir' Rivet Hinge Bangle
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    Swarovski crystals nestle in rivet-like studs, brightening a hand-painted Lucite bracelet enhanced by Alexis Bittar's signature texture. 7 1/2" circumference; 3/8" width. Hinge with magnetic closure. Lucite/Swarovski crystal/ruthenium plate. By Alexis Bittar; made in the USA.
  • Alexis Bittar Lucite & Crystal Rivet Bangle Bracelet/Sky Blue
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    Alexis Bittar Lucite & Crystal Rivet Bangle Bracelet/Sky Blue
    From the Lucite Collection. A bangle bracelet of captivating lucite, hand-carved with horizontal striations and dotted along the way with rivets of shimmering Swarovski crystal. Swarovski crystal. Lucite. Goldtone. Diameter, about 2.5". Width, about 0.4". Hinged magnetic closure. Made in USA
  • Alexis Bittar Fine 18k Gold Pave Blue Sapphire Marquis Ring - Gold (7)
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    Alexis Bittar Fine 18k Gold Pave Blue Sapphire Marquis Ring - Gold (7)
    Alexis Bittar Fine18k Gold Pave Blue Sapphire Marquis Ring DetailsAlexis Bittar Fine ring. 18-karat yellow gold. Pave blue and gray sapphires. Marquise-shaped center, 16x7mm. Slim tubular band, 2mm wide. Designer About Alexis Bittar Fine: Inspired by a box of antique jewelry he received from his parents as an adolescent, Alexis Bittar embarked on a jewelry-making career that emphasized intricate attention to detail. His bold pieces have attracted the attention of acclaimed designers around the world (he has collaborated with several well-known fashion houses on their own jewelry collections) and his pieces can be found in such museums as the Victoria Albert in London.
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