Since ancient times, wide bracelets or cuffs formed an essential part of women's and men's wardrobes. Made of precious metals, they served not only as an ornament but also as a talisman. It was believed that a cuff, tightly fitting the wrist, would not allow negative energies to affect its wearer. In order to enhance its protective power, bracelets were decorated with stones charged with healing properties and engraved with special symbols, hieroglyphs or mantras. Alex Soldier offers an extensive selection of cuffs bearing symbols of many positive entities such as love, prosperity, longevity, happiness, blessing and good fortune.
The Cross pattern cuff is made in 925 sterling silver, encrusted with 7.2 carats of rhodolite garnets and finished with signature proprietary metalwork that creates an effect of a diamond inlay. The cuff is available in 3 sizes and features double hinges for maximum comfort. Width: 41 mm (1.61 inches). Small size: 5.75 inches (146 mm) wrist circumference. Medium size: 6.5 inches (165 mm) wrist circumference. Large size: 7.25 inches (184 mm) wrist circumference. Handmade with love in NYC from responsibly sourced materials. Limited Edition. Please keep away from water, lotion and perfume to preserve color. Metal: 925 sterling silver, deeply plated with 24 karat yellow gold and black rhodium (noble metal and member of the platinum group).
Rhodolite garnets: 263 stones, total carat weight: 7.2 ct. Please note that carat weights may slightly vary as each Alex Soldier's creation is handmade.
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