Etrusca Gioielli Turquoise & Bead Bracelet

# WSET00427.TU In Stock

Etrusca Gioielli Turquoise & Bead Bracelet

Etrusca Gioielli Turquoise & Bead Bracelet

# WSET00427.TU In Stock

This bracelet features genuine Turquoise beads, with 18KT yellow gold plated elements. It immediately echoes the magic hues of the Mediterranean landscapes. Rondelle beads are the result of Etrusca superb Italian craftsmanship.

This bracelet is from the Cruise Collection, which is rich in jewels with natural stones of ancient charm. The collection's look is mainly identified in the legendary turquoise, a stone used since ancient times in Egypt and reinterpreted in a trendy way in the Cruise collection. In addition to turquoise, which pays tribute to the Mediterranean Sea's colour, stones such as labradorite, iridescent and unique, the mysterious apatite and the spectacular pastel shades of natural quartz and agate and others that blend in harmony with the precious plating in 18KT gold. All natural stones are certified and carefully selected for their high quality.

$329

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Handmade in Italy with care.

Name Turquoise & Bead Bracelet
Stock Number WSET00427.TU
Department Fashion
Type Bracelet
Sub Type Fashion Bracelets, Gemstone Bracelets
Collection Cruise Collection
Material 18K Gold Plated

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Etrusca Gioielli

Etrusca Gioielli is an Italian-made jewellery line that combines the beauty of precious metals with natural and semi-precious stones in modern styles. Italian art and culture provide the perfect setting for Etrusca Gioielli creations -- a brand inspired by the history of Mediterranean inhabitants. The Mediterranean inspires not only as a geographical place, but also a theatre of memories, experience, and roots told through signs, colours and elements. 

The brand draws inspiration from the classical world with regard to manufacturing and sophisticated Italian techniques of goldsmithing, but also from contemporary trends by reworking precious metals in a modern way.