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Made with lustrous sterling silver 8&9mm sterling silver beads strung on durable sterling silver chain, with two feature sterling silver frangipani beads (7.9x8.9mm), all held together with a large (14mm) sterling silver spring ring with figure 8 rings, this bracelet is a gorgeous, eyecatching addition to your summer wardrobe..

Charms, all sterling silver: Seashell(approx10x15mm), Seahorse(approx20x10mm) Sand Dollar(approx20mm)with little turquoise bead cluster(approx4mm ea).

Additional charms can be purchased to add to this bracelet, and the ones on it can be taken off it to make a more simple look.

Please let me know the size of your wrist as the bracelet will be custom made to fit.

*please note that I solder any open rings/jumprings, or use lockable jumprings, so my pieces are delicate but oh so durable!

Payment can be made via Paypal, or if you are in Australia, by direct deposit. Please contact me for bank details!

If you require insurance, please be sure to mention this in the notes to seller and wait for a revised invoice from me. (This will add around $15 to your shipping cost but gives a trackable, insured service.) Please note that if you do not choose insurance, I can not be responsible for mail once it leaves my hands at the post office. Of course, I will always be happy to provide you with a scan of my shipping receipt as proof of shipment.

Sand dollar Seahorse Seashell natural turquoise sterling silver bead bracelet

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: sterling silver, turquoise
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from Australia
  • Feedback: 22 reviews
  • Favorited by: 119 people