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Pearl Bracelet

Serendipity

Available from: £87

Erin Cox's take on the classic pearl bracelet.

Each piece features our signature sterling silver molten t-bar clasp making the bracelets not only stylish but easy to put on and off.

The pearls have been hand selected by Erin, ensuring that each bracelet features pearls of exquisite quality and lustre.

Every bracelet is hand strung and knotted in-between each stone allowing a lovely fluidity and movement

The standard size is made to fit a 16.5-18cm wrist however these can be made any length upon request. 

Due to the organic nature of pearls each strand may vary slightly in colour and shape; if you are trying to match pearl colours we recommend visiting the shop or posting your pearls to us to find the perfect colour.

The molten circle measures approximately 17mm in diameter and the t-bar measures approximately 30mm in length.

Please note: the image featuring the four bracelets shows two small clasp bracelets (as decribed above) and two large clasp bracelets. Prices for the large clasp bracelets are available upon request.

 

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Also from The Serendipity Collection

This is the collection with molten silver circles, where it all began.

Erin started making these in 2002 and the collection has evolved and changed but the organic flowing texture has stayed the same. 

The most recognisable pieces of the Serendipity collection are the signature t-bar clasps. The molten flowing texture is then continued throughout a collection containing necklaces, bracelets, earrings, cufflinks and rings.

 

 

 

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Pearl

Material Information

Pearl

Hardness 3-4 – Gemstone family-Organics A unique phenomenon in nature. Their alluring shape and intrinsic beauty has been immortalised throughout history in both art and literature. Each pearl is a work of art taking years to form, every pearl is unique in colour, lustre, size and shape. Pearls have been prized for their beauty and rarity for more than four thousand years. Cultures from around the world and throughout recorded history have valued pearls longer than any other gem.