This is a very pretty bracelet but the clasp was so poorly designed that it was impossible to put on without the help of a second person. This is the reason for the two stars. Having a pretty bracelet is not worth keeping if you live alone or have to run around and find someone to help you put it on. I never have problems with most clasps but this one drove me crazy. I had to return it.
Nicky Butler Raj 15.1ct Multigemstone Sterling Silver Bracelet Treat yourself to a limited edition creation with this gemstone-intensive bracelet by celebrated jewelry designer Nicky Butler. A sprinkling of faceted, colored gemstones radiate from a checkerboard-cut lime-green quartz centered in an openwork, scalloped frame, while polished labradorite beads provide subtle luminescence. This signature piece whispers pure elegance.
Stone Information (all sizes and weights approximate)
Total Carat Weight:
Lime Green Quartz:
Oval (10x14mm); 4.4ct; mined in Brazil
Oval (6x8mm); smooth bead (4.5-5mm); 4ct; mined in India
Round (6mm), oval (6x8mm); 3.2ct; mined in India
Round (3mm), oval (3x5mm); .6ct; mined in Africa
Round (3mm); .9ct; mined in India
Round (3mm, 5mm); 2ct; mined in India
Sterling silver bracelet has round openwork center with checkerboard-cut east/west oval lime quartz at center
Center stone is framed by round amethyst and rhodolite, oval labradorite and smoky quartz, and round citrine
3 strands of smooth, round labradorite radiate from center piece
Sterling endbars accented with amethyst and citrine complete bracelet
Bring the lush colors and intricate artistry of India's dynasties to your jewelry collection with these breathtaking pieces from Nicky Butler. Nicky combined the influences of his faith and his British sensibility with his extensive work in India to create this fabulous collection for today's woman. Patterned after the jewels of the Mughal Empire, India's most opulent dynasty, each piece is handcrafted and available only in limited numbers.
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