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Baori Signature Cuff Bracelet

£150.00

The Baori Signature Cuff Bracelet is at once reflective of the evocative Chand Baori step-well of Rajasthan and yet so contemporary in its design language. This bracelet is a reminder that the human spirit is intrinsically connected by simple dots and dashes!

  • Elegant geometric design
  • Handcrafted in sterling silver with 18ct gold or 18ct rose gold vermeil
  • Adjustable sizing

Perfectly symmetrical, architecturally sound and engineered to last for centuries, I am forever fascinated by the subterranean world of passageways, chambers and steps which provide access to the groundwaters below in arid regions. I love the silence and cool stone walls carved with beautiful elaborate details but the strongest image on my mind is the labyrinth of steps

DETAILS

Metal Finish: 18ct Gold Vermeil on Sterling Silver, 18ct Rose Gold Vermeil Sterling Silver and Sterling Silver
Size: M
13.5cm + 3.5cm adjustable opening

Suited for Wrist Sizes 16cm - 18cm / 6 - 7 inches

ABOUT THE BRAND

Jewel Tree London is a Notting Hill based premium jewellery brand that creates strikingly beautiful contemporary pieces in a range of semi-precious stones and sterling silver with 18ct Gold & Rose Gold Vermeil

Inspired by sculptural forms in architecture and nature, JTL creates unique everyday jewellery that transitions from casual to formal elegance with ease. Designed for the self-aware independent thinker, who is passionate about embracing the future and believe 'Everyday is Precious'. Our designs call to those who love bold, sculptural pieces that play with traditional notions of gender conformity, allowing for a light-hearted duality. 

“Jewel Tree London is an extension of my spirit. My backgrounds in furniture & architectural design and love for simplicity have naturally manifested themselves in my jewellery designs. My production team craft with absolute love, quality and care - ethicality and sustainability are incredibly important to me from both a luxury brand aspect as well as at a personal level”. Deborah Zama