Follow me Bangle

$249.00 AUD

Only available

Jewellery Description:

This bangle has a flowing organic form that is totally unique. Each one is individually handmade – no two are the same. It is made from 100% reclaimed/recycled sterling silver and the surface has been a brushed matt finish.

It also come gift packaged and with special care instructions.

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This piece was originally made for William’s sister, Kate, as gift for her 30th birthday. William got in touch via email to request a custom order. He had seen the custom piece I made called My Hweryd on my website and wanted to have something personalised with a message from from him engraved on the inside of the bangle. We chatted about details and decided on a very simple and organic line sterling silver bangle. Sometimes the simplest things are the most beautiful.

This item has become part of my collection and can be ordered upon request. To find out the size you need for a bangle measure the widest part around the knuckles.

If the size is Please allow 10 working days for Laura to make your piece by hand and bring it to the post.

Material: Sterling Silver
Dimension: 64 x 64 x 7mm
Weight: 18.5

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Customer Testimonials

“I loved the experience of dealing with Laura. Her assistance and guidance in the development stages of my custom made bangle was wonderful and her correspondence was greatly appreciated.”

Jean White

“I was introduced to Coral Covey through friends as I was looking for a gift for my sister, Cara. Not being a wearer of jewellery myself I loved the elegance of Laura’s work. I purchased Mel’s Folded Earrings and my sister loved them! I highly recommend Coral Covey for anybody looking for unique design with expert craftsmanship”

Enda McDermott

“I am so delighted with the ring Laura designed and made for me. It exceeded my already high expectations! It was great to work with such a thoughtful professional who uses environmentally friendly materials and practices”

Amy James
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