Sterling Silver Filigree Cuff Bracelet

Sterling Silver Oxidized Filigree Cuff Bracelet, 6.5"

  • Cuff bracelet in antiqued, oxidized sterling silver, featuring open-work vine design
  • Perfect jewelry gift to expand a woman's fashion wardrobe with a modern filigree style
  • Length: 6.5"; Diameter: 2.4"
  • Oxidized sterling silver is created through a controlled oxidation process to cause a natural tarnish. The slight tarnish is then polished to leave darkened areas in the detailing, most notably to enhance design elements.
  • Hand-crafted in pure .925 Sterling Silver; Oxidized finish to enhance detail and depth in jewelry design; Imported
This sterling silver cuff bracelet showcases a gorgeous vine motif openwork design. Polished and oxidized silver add depth and interest to the pattern. This is an eye-catching accessory that's easy to wear and will complement any outfit.

List Price: $ 69.00 Price: $ 69.00

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  1. Sue E. Cross "Viking Queen"

    June 19, 2013 at 11:17am
    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Appealing in pictures, but . . . ., January 5, 2013
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    Sue E. Cross “Viking Queen” (Lake Elmo, MN USA) –
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    This review is from: Sterling Silver Filigree Cuff Bracelet (Jewelry)

    I, too, found this cuff to be very, very pretty, and grabbed it up during Cyber Monday deals. However, when it came I was disappointed in the size/width and also the weight. The “cuff” was more like a very wide bangle, unlike the image showing the cuff on a woman’s wrist. I thought it would be a fairly good deal, but I had in mind a wider cuff, so I sent it back. I can’t believe it would sell at its original price! The return was very easy; I appreciate Amazon for that. But I also think an accurate picture or details about size would have been helpful.

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  2. Quality Control

    June 19, 2013 at 11:33am
    17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet, September 6, 2012
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    I am allergic to metals, except for sterling silver and gold. Over the last five years, my allergy has become so extreme that I can’t wear a non-silver ring without coming up in hives! Tragically, I am a person who loves jewelry and accessories. I was thrilled to find this cuff bracelet from Amazon’s Curated Collection, at 80% off its normal price, so someone like me can afford it! I paid a reasonable price for it, and the bracelet is very pretty and looks like it was advertised to look, on the outside. It is sterling, and I can wear it without allergy trouble, but the inside of the cuff was made more cheaply, and is a little more “rough” than I expected. I realize I got it for a great price and it is all sterling silver, marked and true. I was just a bit disappointed that the inside patterning is obviously not made to be beautiful–it’s made to “be on the back”, more cheaply, and not be seen. It is like when you get a beautiful ring from someone, but when you look behind the stone, you see that it has used the least precious metal possible to hold the jewel in place, and the metal is thin and light, albeit gold. This is the only reason why II have split feelings, because I am so happy it is silver and pretty and wearable, and it was priced down to about $40 with the 80% discount. However, I think if I had not bought it discounted, I would be disappointed that the quality is not the same on the inner part. But that said, I’m glad I bought it: I just would have liked the pictures to have shown that the craftsmanship inside the cuff is not as quality as it appears is the pictures.

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  3. Ray

    July 6, 2013 at 5:15pm

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