MARNI Cuff
  • Alexis Bittar Golden Liquid Lucite Hinge Cuff - Gold
    neimanmarcus.com
    Alexis BittarGolden Liquid Lucite Hinge CuffDetailsWide cuff by Alexis Bittar.Hand-painted, hand-sculpted Lucite acrylic.Liquid-like golden details.Hinged; magnetic clasp.2.3" x 2" diameter.2 1/4"W.Made in the USA.Designer About Alexis Bittar: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.
  • Versus Gold Cut Out Lion Head Cuff
    ssense.com
    Wide-band open geometric cuff in gold-tone metal. Angled cut outs throughout. Single lion head feature at cuff face. Logo stamp at interior. Approx. 3.5" length, 2.5" diameter. Metal. Made in Italy.
  • Boohoo Lizzie Panelled Arm cuff
    boohoo.com
    Approx arm diameter: 6cm/2.25". Cuff width: 5cm/2". One size.
  • Krista R Demure, pair of antique lace cuffs
    boticca.com
    Beautiful delicate wrist cuffs are made of various tea-dyed antique laces- a hand embroidered cutwork lace with a floral pattern, and ornate handmade bobbin laces with intricate texture. Cuffs are adorned with vintage diamante rhinestone trims and hand beading. Cuffs are lined with silk for more comfort, fasten with mother-of-pearl buttons.
  • Alexis Bittar Kinshasa Clawed Liquid Lucite Bracelet
    neimanmarcus.com
    Alexis BittarKinshasa Clawed Liquid Lucite Bracelet, GoldenDetailsThe undefinable allure of Alexis Bittar signature Lucite acrylic makes this bracelet the stand-out piece you've been searching for.Alexis Bittar Lucite Kinshasa cuff in hand-painted and hand-sculpted Lucite acrylic.Golden-plated claw details.Hinged; magnetic clasp.2" x 2.5" diameter, 0.5" high.Made in USA. Designer About Alexis Bittar: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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