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Rimini Rolo Bracelet

Sale price$595
Color:Yellow Gold
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Product Details
  • Metal: 14k Yellow Gold
  • Length: 7 Inches Length
  • Construction: 3.75mm Width, Lobster Clasp
  • Weight: 3.2 Grams
  • Origin: Crafted in Vicenza, Italy
  • Metal: 14k Yellow Gold
  • Length: 7.5 Inches Length
  • Construction: 3.75mm Width, Lobster Clasp
  • Weight: 3.4 Grams
  • Origin: Crafted in Vicenza, Italy
  • Metal: 14k Yellow Gold
  • Length: 8 Inches Length
  • Construction: 3.75mm Width, Lobster Clasp
  • Weight: 3.6 Grams
  • Origin: Crafted in Vicenza, Italy
Description
Bold round gold links make up our Rimini Rolo Bracelet — an easy everyday favorite. Whether you wear it as is or pair it with a special charm, you can count on this classic chain to shine.
Materials
14k Solid Gold 14k solid gold is one of the most popular choices for everyday fine jewelry because it offers an exceptional balance of wearability and luxury. 14 of its 24 parts are pure gold which makes it stronger and more resistant to scratching than 18k gold. Look for a "14k" or "585" stamp on your piece, which represents a composition of 58.5% gold.
14k Solid Gold 14k solid gold is one of the most popular choices for everyday fine jewelry because it offers an exceptional balance of wearability and luxury. 14 of its 24 parts are pure gold which makes it stronger and more resistant to scratching than 18k gold. Look for a "14k" or "585" stamp on your piece, which represents a composition of 58.5% gold.
14k Solid Gold 14k solid gold is one of the most popular choices for everyday fine jewelry because it offers an exceptional balance of wearability and luxury. 14 of its 24 parts are pure gold which makes it stronger and more resistant to scratching than 18k gold. Look for a "14k" or "585" stamp on your piece, which represents a composition of 58.5% gold.
#color_Yellow Gold
Rimini Rolo Bracelet Sale price$595

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