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A gold bangle bracelet is a truly essential accessory that you can wear to the office, that cozy Sunday brunch, that fabulous five-star restaurant or to that upcoming special event. With the John S. Brana 1 3/4 Inch Wide Hammered Nu Gold Brass Cuff Bracelet, you get the beautiful look of a yellow gold bangle without having to pay a small fortune for 24-karat gold. This red brass bracelet captures all of the rich color of traditional gold and has been hammered to give it a distinctive texture and high-shine finish.
This bracelet is offered in sizes ranging from 6-1/2 to 8-1/2 inches in circumference to suit women of all wrist sizes. Fully handcrafted, the bracelet is easy to slip on and off, thanks to its 3/4-inch opening, and it measures 1-3/4 inches in width to make a bold statement without being too bulky.
SIZING: For proper fit, measure the length around your wrist and add 1/2 inch. If your wrist measures 7 inches in length, order a size 7 1/2.
Brass Cuff Care
Store your brass jewelry in a re-sealable plastic bag to prevent air from tarnishing it when you aren't wearing it. Make sure your jewelry is clean and moisture-free before storing. Body chemistry, sweat, soaps, lotions, makeup, sunscreen, or bathing/swimming will accelerate oxidation/patina and cause skin to turn green, which is not harmful to one’s health.
Un-coated, the John S. Brana Hammered Gold Cuff Bracelet's luster and shine can easily be cleaned and maintained with a mild Brass or Copper metal cleaner (test first). Apply with a soft toothbrush or cloth, gently scrub, then rinse thoroughly with warm water, and dry/buff with a soft cloth.
A care and cleaning instruction card is included with purchase.
Refunds will not be given because "It turns my wrist green."
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