Raw Aquamarine Gold Bracelet - March Birthstone Charles Dickens bracelet book lover literary gifts rough aquamarine beads geek gifts for her


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Raw Aquamarine Gold Bracelet - March Birthstone Charles Dickens bracelet book lover literary gifts rough aquamarine beads geek gifts for her
Raw Aquamarine Gold Bracelet - March Birthstone Charles Dickens bracelet book lover literary gifts rough aquamarine beads geek gifts for her
Raw Aquamarine Gold Bracelet - March Birthstone Charles Dickens bracelet book lover literary gifts rough aquamarine beads geek gifts for her
Raw Aquamarine Gold Bracelet - March Birthstone Charles Dickens bracelet book lover literary gifts rough aquamarine beads geek gifts for her
Raw Aquamarine Gold Bracelet - March Birthstone Charles Dickens bracelet book lover literary gifts rough aquamarine beads geek gifts for her

Our aquamarine bracelets feature ten gently tumbled, raw gemstones in a ombre shaded line.

Each strap has five chains to add something different to your March birthstone jewellery.

"It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade.” ―Charles Dickens, 'Great Expectations'

It comes presented on a backing card featuring the book quote that inspired the piece.

It makes the perfect literary gift for any book lover born in March.

Features;
& gold plated chain and findings
& tumbled natural aquamarine beads
& presented on a book quote backing card

Size Guide;
& each bead bar contains 10 beads
& 5-8mm raw aquamarine chip beads
& each bead bar is approx 2 inches long
& backing card is approximately 10 x 15cm or A6

Please Note;
& we use genuine and raw gemstones to make our jewellery, so your item won't look exactly like the photos
& our gemstones are chosen for their rough, uncut qualities and therefore may have some minor flaws or be irregularly shaped

Also available as a silver bracelet, and gold and silver necklaces.

all of infinite&darling's jewellery pieces are hand-crafted in Yorkshire, UK