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Miriam Haskell

Five strand Baroque pearl bead bracelet

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Take cues from 1920's glamour with this decadent Baroque pearl bracelet from Miriam Haskell. Designed with costume-appropriate brilliance, its shimmering five-strand design exemplifies haute couture at its best for a curtain call appearance. Held together with two richly clustered filigree stations, this one will up your looks with laudable theatrics.

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Take cues from 1920's glamour with this decadent Baroque pearl bracelet from Miriam Haskell. Designed with costume-appropriate brilliance, its shimmering five-strand design exemplifies haute couture at its best for a curtain call appearance. Held together with two richly clustered filigree stations, this one will up your looks with laudable theatrics.
  • Five-strand design
  • Gold-tone plated hardware
  • Three ivory-tone resin Baroque pearl strands, and two double rolo chain strands
  • Two filigree end stations with engraved leaf, and ivory-tone seed bead and silver-tone metallic bead floral cluster
  • Box tab fastening
  • Designer logo plate
  • Designer dust bag included
  • Handcrafted in New York, USA
  • 1: 100% Brass; 2: 100% Baroque Pearl
  • One size only
  • Product measures: Length 18cm / Width 2.5cm

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