This is a new design I created with a flowering vine that wraps around the cuff. Three flowers are set with gemstones and in this case, they are Peruvian blue opal, chrysoprase (green) and golden beryl (yellow). Golden beryl, also known as Heliodor, is in the beryl family of gemstones which include emerald, aquamarine and morganite (see links below for more information on the other two gemstones in this piece). The Peru blue opal is high quality facet grade material which is almost never seen anymore except from collectors and miners that hoarded what they found years ago. All of the gemstones are approx. between 5.65 mm and 5.75 mm in diameter and are completely natural (not been enhanced in any way).
The vine and the stone settings are 18k that are fused to a solid sterling silver cuff. The outside of the cuff has an oxidized (black) finish and the inside is polished silver. The bracelet is approx. 1 5/16″ wide (measured top to bottom – see photos with dime for scale) and more than 2mm thick. It is a substantial piece with a heavy, rich feel weighing more than 102 grams (a little over 3.25 ounces).
Size and Other Considerations: This is a 6 1/2″ cuff including a 1 1/4″ gap or opening (6 1/2″ overall). Buyers should see Sizing for information on how to measure your wrist for cuff bracelets such as this.
Care of This Piece: The outside of the cuff has an oxidized finish. Care should be taken when cleaning it not to use chemicals including polishing cloths that are impregnated with chemical cleaner as it will remove this oxidized finish.