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Amazonite and Black Zebu Horn Cuff Bracelet

SKU# C1180

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$10,345.00
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Deep and desirable, this amazonite and black zebu horn cuff bracelet by Federica Rettore is a must-have. Pair with a flowing maxi dress and top handle tote for a beautifully boho ensemble.
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7.75" Circumference, 2.5" Width, 1.75" Diameter
Amazonite (18.90 CTW); Cognac Diamonds (0.20 CTW)
White Diamonds (0.30 CTW)
Available in 18K Rose Gold Sterling Silver and Fun Barrel Stainless Steel
estimated delivery date

July 31 - August 7

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Deep and desirable, this amazonite and black zebu horn cuff bracelet by Federica Rettore is a must-have. Pair with a flowing maxi dress and top handle tote for a beautifully boho ensemble.
Foldover Toggle Closure
7.75" Circumference, 2.5" Width, 1.75" Diameter
Amazonite (18.90 CTW); Cognac Diamonds (0.20 CTW)
White Diamonds (0.30 CTW)
Available in 18K Rose Gold Sterling Silver and Fun Barrel Stainless Steel

designer


Italian born Federica Rettore took jewelry design apprenticeships honing her technical and creative skills in the competitive market with Milan jewelry greats Misani Jewelers and Donatella Pellini. By 1994, Federica was ready to branch out on her own and established her company, Rettore Company. Her work is extremely non-traditional and sensitive to the ordinary fashion aesthetic. Her designs are a constant juxtaposition; rigor and levity, transparency and opacity, and solid and void - superbly unique and organic.

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