Antibes Chrysoprase & Gold Vermeil Bracelet
Inspired by the pretty French Riviera town, this beautiful bracelet is adorned with five rose cut Chrysoprase gemstones. This bright apple green coloured stone is something of a super power and is believed to bring happiness, enterprise and common sense. In the 18th century, thieves actually believed that by placing this stone in their mouth would make them invisible. We can't guarantee that but wearing it will definitely make you happier. The gems are set in polished 18ct Gold Vermeil and the bracelet is adjustable so it can be worn at three different lengths. It also has a pretty Chrysoprase charm that hangs down from the clasp.
Also available in White Topaz.
Weight: 2g, Fitting: Lobster, Bracelet Length: 19cm (can be worn at 16cm, 17.5cm or 19cm), Large gemstone diameter 6mm, Charm gemstone diameter 3mm.
UK Delivery & Returns
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International Delivery & Returns
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Please note that international orders may be subject to customs or import duties and tax charges (applied on reaching destination country outside of the UK). We do not cover these costs so you will be responsible for paying any import charges that may be applied. As customs vary by country, we are unable to advise on these charges, and would recommend you contact your local customs office for more information before placing your order.
Extended Returns Policy for Christmas 2020
We have extended our standard returns policy for this Christmas season. If you have bought via our website during November or December 2020, please e-mail us by Sunday 3rd January 2021 to tell us that you would like to return an item and we will reply with details of how to do this. All items must then be returned to the Auree office by Monday 11th January 2021. Should the lockdown situation change beyond early December, then we will review this policy at that point.