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Our favourite bracelets under €10,000

The first bracelets found date over 7,000 years ago and archeologists have discovered that they were worn in ancient civilisations in Mesopotamia, China, Egypt and Greece. The Egyptians wore bracelets made almost exclusively of gold and silver while the ancient Greeks preferred cuffs made of leather or metal. In Asia gold bracelets etched in elaborate patterns made of gold were preferred. Fast forwarding to the 17th century, European women brought back bracelets as fashion accessories and later on in the 1,900s bracelets were found in various designs and materials. Today, bracelets are present in almost everyones’ jewellery box. So, without further ado, here are our favourite bracelets under €10,000.

 

Pippa Small 

 

The Lentil Bead and Flower Cluster bracelet by Pippa Small is such a special piece. The design is so intricate and it’s made of 18k yellow gold and green tourmaline. It reminds us of a far away land, filled with fairies and magic dust.

 

LENTIL BEAD & FLOWER CLUSTER - GREEN TOURMALINE By Pippa Small

Lentil Bead and Flower Cluster by Pippa Small– €5,708

 

 

Bibi van der Velden

 

Scarab beetles in myriad hues make a luminous statement on the Scarab Multicolour Bracelet. Designed in sterling silver and 18k yellow gold, some of the beetle motifs are set with real scarab wings, while others are embellished with brown diamonds, pink, yellow, and blue sapphires, amethysts, and tsavorites.

 

SCARAB MULTICOLOUR BRACELET By Bibi van der Velden

Scarab Multicolour Bracelet by Bibi van der Velden– €5,715

 

 

Mizuki

 

A white, freshwater baroque pearl tipped with 14k yellow gold glows on this delicate gold cuff, which is fashioned as an open-ended design.

 

FLUID GOLD LARGE PEARL CUFF By Mizuki

Fluid Gold Large Pearl Cuff by Mizuki– €3,070

 

 

Moritz Glik

 

Contrasting soft leather with a shimmering white sapphire, this bracelet telegraphs a laid-back glamour. The Italian lambskin leather and 18k yellow gold bracelet wraps around the wrist, and is set with a white sapphire stone, within which are scores of loose emeralds, that move as if in a kaleidoscope. The leather bracelet is reversible, and can be worn on either its black or gold side.

 

BLACK LEATHER BRACELET By Moritz Glik

Black Leather Bracelet by Moritz Glik– €6,100

 

 

Celine Daoust 

 

Fashioned in 14k yellow gold, this bangle spotlights tourmalines in bold cuts. A large green tourmaline glows at the centre of the bracelet, while blue tourmalines and diamonds also sparkle around its circumference. A beautifully ethereal piece.

 

TOTEM TOURMALINE AND DIAMONDS BANGLE By Celine Daoust

 

Totem Tourmaline and Diamonds Bracelet by Celine Daoust– €6,995

 

 

Brooke Gregson

 

This Icicle Morganite Silk Silver Bracelet is made of 14k Gold, Silver Stone and Morganite. It is such a simple yet striking piece. This particular bracelet can be easily worn with other arm jewellery or just by itself for a more subtle look.

 

ICICLE MORGANITE SILK SILVER BRACELET By Brooke Gregson

 

Icicle Morganite Silk Silver Bracelet by Brooke Gregson– €882

 

 

 

 

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