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Bracelets, the ultimate accessory for all ages

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Hands get veiny, necks sag, earlobes stretch and tear leaving wrists the best place to experiment and have fun with jewelry. Try on a bunch of bracelets for size....best way to be seen and heard at …

Hands get veiny, necks sag, earlobes stretch and tear leaving wrists the best place to experiment and have fun with jewelry. Try on a bunch of bracelets for size....best way to be seen and heard at any age.

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  • 1. My mom’s vintage cuff, locket & chain bracelet from Caryl formy b’day, my goddaughter’s handmade beaded one. The brassygolds all look great worn together.
  • 2. Chan Luu leather and bead wrap bracelet adjusts to differentwrist sizes. (I gave Caryl one for Christmas.)
  • 3. Silver and gold bangles by DeLatori. One on right is from St. Thomas.
  • 4. One of a kind crystal and bead bracelet from a local jewelry boutique.
  • 5. The classic charm bracelet. We all have at least one from high school.The bottom more modern triple chain version has an environmentaltheme.
  • 6. Nomination was the first of the European companies to reinterpretthe classic charm bracelet. It’s a nice companion to a gold orstainless steel watch.
  • 7. High and low art: bottlecap charm bracelet and Chanel pearl bracelet.I don’t wear these together.
  • 8. Bracelets from around the world: Upper left, cuff from Bali, silkcord and silver disk of St. Martin island, blue leopard cuff fromAfrica, Moonstone bracelet from India, bottom two made in Bali,one with gold catch by John Hardy.
  • 9. Swarovski crystal soft bangles straight from the mother shipin Geneva. They work well with a few gold bangles,something else you are sure to find in your jewelty boxes.
  • 10. Our signature 2nd Lives Club Jasper bangle with multiple silver ones.
  • 11. Original Bakelite bangle and two by Cara Croninger, a pioneer insculpting jewelry from resins.
  • 12. Oversized floral cuff. Feels like wearing a wristlet corsage!
  • 13. Gem & Bead bracelets: classic Scarab from a former boyfriend,Glass beaded one crafted by my daughter at summer camp with abit of grandpa’s watch chain added and Judith Jack marcasite and precious stones. These Imix with gold or silver bracelets but not together.
  • 14. Gold and silver bracelets work beautifully together:Tiffany twist version with ball closure. Art Deco goldlink bracelet and more bangles!
  • 15. Classic ID chunky link style, also looks great with a watch.
  • 16. Silver and gold cuff from an art gallery in Vancouver. It makes mefeel like I’m in orbit!
  • 17. Chan Luu triple wrap, DeLatori silver bangle and blue leopart cufffrom Africa.

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