Bracelet George Mix

As low as €389.00 Inclusive Tax
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Description

The George Mix bracelet is a magnificent silver bracelet based on the George collection look. The mix of large and more sophisticated George links gives the bracelet a look which you won’t find anywhere else! Unique and timeless. This silver bracelet looks fantastic on anyone’s wrist. The bracelet can be combined perfectly with other Buddha to Buddha pieces.

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Collection George
Lock Bakslot met 8 sluiting
Material 925 Sterling Silver
Gender Unisex

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