Coral strands bracelet (British Museum exclusive)

    SKU: cmcn446640

    £55.00 Members' price *

    About

    A Roman-inspired bracelet with five strands of coral beads.

    This collection has been designed exclusively for the British Museum by Caroline Haelterman from the Real Pearl Company.

    Extensively researching ancient Roman gemstone jewellery, the range has been inspired by the intricate jewellery discovered by archaeologists.

    Coral gemstones, as featured here, were popular in ancient Roman jewellery. This design features five strands of irregular red coral beads, tied with a magnetic trumpet clasp.

    Ideal as a gift set, this striking bracelet is supplied in a presentation box. A matching necklace and earrings are also available.

    Specification

    Product code: cmcn446640
    World culture: Ancient Rome
    Details: Gift-boxed
    Material: Bamboo coral gemstones, steel magnetic trumpet clasp
    Size: 21cm x 3cm
    Weight: 0.009kg
    Standard UK delivery: 5 working days. Overseas times may vary

    This price is inclusive of VAT

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