Black Diamond Slide Drop Bracelet by Luke Rose
Black Diamond Slide Drop Bracelet by Luke Rose

Black Diamond Slide Drop Bracelet by Luke Rose

$ 595.00 Incl. tax

The Slide Collection was inspired by Luke's original award winning SLIDE ring, which won the Lonmin Design Innovation Award in London in 2013. This fine jewellery collection features simple forms in solid 9ct gold and a signature sliding diamond.

BSL-B-YG
In stock
Jewellery, Luke Rose,
Jewellery, Bracelets & Cuffs, Womens,

DETAILS

0.07ct Black Diamond - 9ct Yellow Gold The Black Slide bracelet features a 0.07ct black diamond that slides from side to side when the piece is worn. The cage measures 16mm long and 4.5mm wide and hangs from 1mm fine trace chain. Features the LR Logo tag at the clasp. Every piece of Luke Rose jewellery is exceptionally handcrafted to the highest standard, using only the fines quality metal and stones.

 

9ct. GOLD JEWELLERY CARE

Every piece of Luke Rose jewellery is exceptionally handcrafted to the highest standard, using only the fines quality metal and stones.

We recommend removing your 9ct. gold jewellery when you swim, bathe or whilst doing vigorous exercise, as your sweat will be acidic, which can dull the finish of your jewellery.

All Luke Rose 9ct. yellow and rose gold will come with a branded gold polishing cloth. This can be used to gently rub your jewellery to bring back it’s shine. However, never use these cloths on rhodium plated 9ct. white gold jewellery as this can fade the plating. We also recommend cleaning your gold jewellery with a soft brush and mild detergent or ammonia solution, making sure to rinse and dry the jewellery thoroughly afterwards.

We recommend you store your jewellery in it’s original Luke Rose packaging when not being worn. This will protect it from getting scratched and will prevent necklaces and bracelets becoming tangle or knotted.

 

 

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