Graceful Bracelets by Simone I. Smith

We have recently reviewed Simone I Smith and her project called “A Sweet Touch of Hope”. But the designer’s talent is many-sided. Pay attention to the collection of the bracelets by this brand. Made of sterling silver and 14Kt. Gold these pieces of jewelry are created for modern strong women who appreciates assurance and style.

Infinite Love Cuff - Petite 14Kt Yellow Gold

The bracelets are notable for ergonomic silhouettes and interesting integration of metals. Some items are also available with diamonds. The designer created top-quality jewels that express refined elegance and at the same time fresh contemporary look at the fashion. Stylish and creative, these pieces of jewelry will be suitable adornments of a lady at any event.

Gravel Cuff - Large 18Kt Rose Gold Over Sterling Silver
Gravel Cuff - Petite 18Kt Rose Gold Over Sterling Silver
Gravel Cuff - Large 18Kt Yellow Gold Over Sterling Silver
Gravel Cuff - Petite 18Kt Yellow Gold Over Sterling Silver
Gravel Cuff - Large Platinum Over Sterling Silver
Gravel Cuff - Petite Platinum Over Sterling Silver
Infinite Love Cuff - Large 18Kt Rose Gold Over Sterling Silver
Infinite Love Cuff - Petite 18Kt Rose Gold Over Sterling SilverInfinite Love Cuff - Large 18Kt Yellow Gold Over Sterling Silver
Infinite Love Cuff - Petite 18Kt Yellow Gold Over Sterling Silver
Infinite Love Cuff - Large Platinum Over Sterling Silver
Infinite Love Cuff - Petite Platinum Over Sterling Silver

For more detail and prices please visit Simone I. Smith site.

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One Comments to “Graceful Bracelets by Simone I. Smith”
  1. Anandita says:

    That would be awesome to have. I would have one in the shape of Texas, where I’m from. And a taaictcl recticle over Longview in the north east because I love shooting mostly sport but someday I might go hunting. I’m actually looking in to making silver belt buckles and cowboy tie things I can never remember what there called lol. Do you have any tips on what I can use to tool the silver with? I have some jewelry making equipment from my dad. Any help or tips would be great. Thanks a bunch.

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