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Alexander McQueen

Salamander rock crystal cuff

Product Code   500250747


Alexander McQueen brings its signature leitmotif up to date with an exceptionally exotic edge in this reptile cuff. Lifelike with its highly tactile scales, this solid bracelet is a symbol of courage, strength and natural instinct. Further accented by a skull-topped staff, it permeates a well-grounded stance in authority and new found admiration with a skull-topped sceptre.

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Alexander McQueen brings its signature leitmotif up to date with an exceptionally exotic edge in this reptile cuff. Lifelike with its highly tactile scales, this solid bracelet is a symbol of courage, strength and natural instinct. Further accented by a skull-topped staff, it permeates a well-grounded stance in authority and new found admiration with a skull-topped sceptre.
  • Gold-tone plated anti-allergic brass
  • Textured Salamander design with skull scepter, and wavy tail designed band
  • Black-tone clear faceted centre rock crystal at body, and clear strass eyes
  • Snap lock fastening at tail, and pivot hinge
  • Designer presentation box and dust bag included
  • Made in Italy
  • 1: 100% Brass; 2: 100% Rock Crystal; 3: 100% Strass
  • One size only
  • Product measures: Circumference 18cm / Width 4.5cm

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