Gold plated chalcedony bangle bracelet, 'Anatolian Gold' - Anatolian Blue Gold Bracelet Curate

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Anatolian Gold Anatolian Blue Gold Bracelet

Turkish chalcedony is some of the best in the world, and the stone is often... more

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Turkish chalcedony is some of the best in the world, and the stone is often called Anatolia's gold. It is there that our simple, striking bracelet is handcrafted in a small Istanbul workshop. Artisans set a blue-green chalcedony stone against hand-hammered, 22k gold plated brass with a unique looped closure.

  • 23 grams
  • 0.81 oz
  • 19 cm L x 2.5 cm W
  • 7.5" L x 1" W

  • 22k gold plated brass, chalcedony
  • Color(s) may vary slightly
  • S-hook or hook clasp
  • Hammered finish
  • Free Jewelry Packaging? Yes
  • Premium Jewelry Gift Box? Yes
  • Made in Turkey.
  • Ships fast from USA.

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Gold plated chalcedony bangle bracelet 'Anatolian Gold' by National Geographic can be found in jewelry categories such as Chalcedony Bracelets, Gold Plated Bracelets and Bangle Bracelets. Enjoy exploring these sections for other Novica treasures.

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"Anatolian blue gold bracelet"

Received many compliments, versatile, attractive

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"Very pretty and simple, just a little too shiny"

Fits very comfortably and is fun to wear..

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