Medina Gold Bracelet
Mary, the best known mother in all history. This classic bracelet evokes the awe and reverence of religious mysticism, drawing the wearer into one of the most epic stories ever told. That distant past is connected to today by the jeweller’s craft; interlinked engraved discs connecting characters in a cast of incredible scale. Yet, for all its complexity of narrative, the piece itself is attractively simplistic. An unpretentious design executed with artisan care, this bracelet trades bravado for humility; drama for purity. These qualities are drawn from Mary herself, the devoted but humble servant whose family came before all.
- The Medina bracelet is handcrafted in solid 925 Sterling Silver with 24ct Gold Vermeil
- Nickel and lead free
- Locally handcrafted
- 24ct Gold Vermeil, 3 Mircon
- The Medina gold bracelet is a one size fits all
We recommend all Dear Letterman jewellery is stored in a dry or cool climate in the packaging provided or any safe jewellery pouch, away from direct sunlight. This will ensure your Dear Letterman does not oxidise or tangle. To prevent your Dear Letterman piece from tarnishing, remove it and gently clean and polish with a cotton ball or a dry soft polishing cloth to remove dust or any dirt. Do not use any abrasive materials or acid solutions
Dear Letterman is pleased to offer complimentary free express shipping worldwide on all orders. This will be applied to your order at checkout. Dear Letterman require 1-2 business days for your order to be packed and shipped.
Dear Letterman will ensure the safety of the shipment and product until your order has arrived to you. Please note that foreign duties or taxes are not included at checkout, and you may be liable for these on the order’s arrival in your country.
All Dear Letterman domestic orders will be sent via Express Australia Post. All international orders will be sent with DHL Express.
Dear Letterman work with trusted suppliers who are RJC certified which assures consumers that gold jewellery has been manufactured according to the RJC code of practices. The RJC code of practice covers human rights, labour rights, environmental impact, mining practices, product disclosure and other matters related to the jewellery supply chain.