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(¸.•´ ♥ ~ A beautiful and adorable antiqued oxidized brass swallow bracelet

Adorn your wrist with this whimsical bracelet. A swallow has been gently curved to wrap around your wrist. Hand-linked at both sides are Swarovski ivory pearls. Sitting at the end of the last link is sweet red flower cabochon tailed with a tiny ivory pearl. Swallows are professionally oxidized and are solid, sturdy pendants made in the United States.

A lovely bracelet for a red themed wedding or for someone special :)

Bracelet measures approximately between 7 1/4 inches up to 8 inches+ inches.

Vintage inspired... sweet, feminine and elegant.

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Maddy Oorsouw

Sparrow Bird Bracelet. Soaring Bird. Ivory Pearls, Red Mum Flower. Bridesmaids Gift. Maid of Honor. Fall Inspired. Red Flower. Red Wedding.

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: flying antiqued oxidized brass sparrow, flower cabochon, swarovski ivory pearls
  • Ships worldwide from Singapore
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