Etrusca Gioielli Pearl & Citrine Bracelet

# WSET00482.CIT In Stock

Etrusca Gioielli Pearl & Citrine Bracelet

# WSET00482.CIT In Stock

This bracelet features the timeless elegance of natural stones in a very light creative way. Found within the Provence collection by Etrusca Gioielli. 

Bracelet Length: 7.5"

The Provence collection is an ode to the power of Nature and its heart-warming colours and scents. Its sensual, beautiful abundance is perfectly embodied in the fragrant blooming lavender, queen of the flora of the Mediterranean basin. These jewels will carry you away through the hills of Provence, masterfully evoked by the extraordinary shades of violet in our natural gemstones. A special silk effect finish gives brightness and softness, and mixes with the light and dark tones of the stones in a play of colours that recall the light of a sunset on the lavender fields caressed by the wind. A luxurious collection with a feminine enchanting personality that will engage all your senses.

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Product Details


Handcrafted in Italy with care.

Name Pearl & Citrine Bracelet
Stock Number WSET00482.CIT
Department Fashion
Type Bracelet
Sub Type Gemstone, Gold Plated, Pearl
Style Fashion Jewellery
Collection Provence Collection
Materials 18K Gold Plated, Citrine, Pearl Freshwater

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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.