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Akoya Pearl Bracelet I (6-6.5mm)

Sale price€633,95

Akoya Pearl Bracelet I (6-6.5mm)

Sale price€633,95
Size of your wrist in cm / inches
Measuring your wrist

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When measuring your wrist, stay as close to your hand as possible, like so (the circumference in the photo is 7.25 inches / 18.4 centimeters). Do not add additional length to your measurement.

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Don't have a measuring tape?

Use a piece of string to measure your wrist and lay the string back out on a ruler to get your measurement in inches or centimeters.

When ordering

Please specify the exact number on the measuring tape and whether you prefer your bracelet a little looser or tighter.

Gift guide

When surprising someone with a gift, we completely understand that measuring their wrist isn't an option, as it would ruin the surprise. So perhaps the following general overview of sizes could be of assistance:

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Akoya Pearl Bracelet

When you see this bracelet, you will immediately understand why the saltwater cultured Akoya pearls are famous. These pearls, originally farmed in Japan, are known for being perfectly round in shape, with a beautiful luster. Unlike mined gemstones, pearls are a unique organic creation, each one a testament to the wonders of nature.

Akoya Pearl Bracelet I (6-6.5mm)
Akoya Pearl Bracelet I (6-6.5mm) Sale price€633,95
Size of your wrist in cm / inches

Aurum Brothers Family

Since 2015 we offer a range of different custom-made bracelets for men. From bold colors to elegant bracelets there is always a design that fits your unique style. We approach our bracelet designs through storytelling. We love to be inspired by historical, cultural, or mythical themes so that our customers not only wear our products but also feel like they're part of the story themselves!



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