Lapis Lazuli bracelet

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A lapis lazuli bracelet made from 15mm rough cut squares of lapis lazuli.

The lapis lazuli has a polished finish on the inside making it smooth on the skin. The metal in this bracelet is 18 carat gold plated hammered sterling silver with a UK hallmark.

More about the brand

Pruden and Smith was formed in 1988 by Rebecca Smith and Anton Pruden in Ditchling, Sussex.

Rebecca Smith trained as a fine artist at Farnham Art College. Designing primarily in precious metals and gemstones there is a recognizable freedom of expression in her designs. This unique background ensures the best in contemporary design in Pruden and Smiths jewellery ranges.

Anton?s grandfather Dunstan Pruden was the silversmith in the Eric Gill- founded Guild of St. Joseph & Dominic on Ditchling common. Anton?s training with Dunstan?s daughter Angela & her husband Philip Lowery in Gloucestershire was steeped in the combination of traditional craftsmanship and contemporary art & design so justly valued in British Arts & Crafts. This high quality is at the heart of the products showcased on this website.

  • Product Code: CMCN504730
  • Dimension: Length: 7.25 inches
  • SUBTITLE: British Museum
  • Gift: For her
  • Material: AAA grade Lapis Lazuli, 925 Sterling Silver, Vermeil 18ct gold plate
  • Details: Boxed
  • Weight: 0.23 Kg

A lapis lazuli bracelet made from 15mm rough cut squares of lapis lazuli.

The lapis lazuli has a polished finish on the inside making it smooth on the skin. The metal in this bracelet is 18 carat gold plated hammered sterling silver with a UK hallmark.

More about the brand

Pruden and Smith was formed in 1988 by Rebecca Smith and Anton Pruden in Ditchling, Sussex.

Rebecca Smith trained as a fine artist at Farnham Art College. Designing primarily in precious metals and gemstones there is a recognizable freedom of expression in her designs. This unique background ensures the best in contemporary design in Pruden and Smiths jewellery ranges.

Anton?s grandfather Dunstan Pruden was the silversmith in the Eric Gill- founded Guild of St. Joseph & Dominic on Ditchling common. Anton?s training with Dunstan?s daughter Angela & her husband Philip Lowery in Gloucestershire was steeped in the combination of traditional craftsmanship and contemporary art & design so justly valued in British Arts & Crafts. This high quality is at the heart of the products showcased on this website.

  • Product Code: CMCN504730
  • Weight: 0.23 Kg