Silpada Sterling Silver Bracelet Turquoise
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Silpada Hammered Sterling Silver Wide Cuff Bracelet Turquoise Hematite Beads
A gorgeous Silpada turquoise cuff bracelet, the bracelet is chunky, textured, and features a hammered filigree style, with hematite and beads.
Materials: sterling silver, beads
Gemstone: stabilized Turquoise and hematite
- Length: 2.5 Inch Oval; Width: 2 Inch wide with a flexible opening
- Weight: 28.33 grams
- Jewelry style: Boho & hippie
Engraved Silpada hallmarks on Bracelet’s INTERIOR and exterior, Signed “China 925” on the interior of the bracelet.
♥ This item will arrive in a gift box
- The seller is not affiliated with Silpada.
In addition, Silpada Turquoise Cuff Bracelet
- As with all vintage and gently used items, please be aware there will be some wear marks and or minor scratches. However, the wear on the item just adds to the rich history and uniqueness of this piece. The piece you see in the above photos is the actual piece you will receive. So please carefully refer to the title & photos as they are the description.
- Real colors may slightly differ from one monitor to another.
- All Descriptions and measurements are approximate.
- Items will not be 100% free of minor defects, as they have been loved already. The oxidation, patina, and tarnish are an expected part of vintage and used items. Imperfections are minor.
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- We do have a 14-day Return Policy
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- All items ship out from Holland, MI
For measurements, I use a Kobalt Caliper, and for the weight, I use a Weighmax Scale Model.
For Gemstones, I use a Presidium Gem Tester, but using the gemstone tester I cannot tell the difference between synthetic and real gemstones.
I research intensively but many times it comes down to my best guess and based on experience, but I am far from an expert on jewelry.