Natural Green Royston Turquoise Square & Coral
Sterling Silver Oxidized Overlay
Size 6-3/4" (Medium-Large)">
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Gorgeous cuff bracelet. Beautiful natural green Royston turquoise at center and natural salmon-colored coral ovals. Features Peter's distinct abstract geometric "rug" oxidized overlay design and stamping.
This is high quality coral, now quite hard to get.
Like another Nelson bracelet purchased and posted in same time frame, I just do not understand why this cuff is still here. I had Peter make it in 2011, the stones are excellent and the price, in today's market, is a steal. I posted it about two years ago but realize I did have some inaccurate size info. That's fixed. Now let's see if someone with a good eye grabs it.
***Handmade - One of a Kind***
Materials: (1) - Rectangle of Matrixed Natural Green Royston Turquoise, (6) - Natural Salmon Coral Ovals, Sterling Silver
Size: 6-3/4" - Total Inside Diameter
Open Gap: 1"
Signed: Peter Nelson
Adjustable: Yes, some, I have a 6-5/8" wrist and works on me, a bit large. It "rides" my wrist, rather than stays put (which I like). It definitely could be opened a bit more for a somewhat larger wrist. Closing it down would depend on how small a gap you can live with. This is definitely an oval-shaped cuff. Note: Jewelry that has been adjusted in any way is not returnable.
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