Ravenel Bridge Cuff Bracelet



$74.00

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  • Description

    Spanning the Cooper River in South Carolina, the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge is a cable-stayed suspension bridge connecting the cities of Charleston and Mount Pleasant. Completed in 2005, this stunning bridge is loved by locals for its breathtaking views, pedestrian-friendly paths, and for being a symbol of Charleston.

    Inspired by her travels and by the bond a bridge makes between the communities it spans, designer Betsy Cross brings us the Bridge Cuff Collection. Each cuff is a celebration of the bridge’s unique elements and structural beauty. Etched on the inside you’ll find the year the bridge was completed and its geographic coordinates.

    Materials: Available in raw brass, silver plated brass, or gold plated brass*.
    *Please allow 2-3 weeks for shipping on Gold Plated cuffs.

    Made by hand in our Portland, Oregon production studio. 

    Click here to shop the entire Bridge Cuff Collection.

    Raw brass and silver plate will tarnish naturally. On raw brass, tarnish can be removed with a polishing cloth. To clean plated metal, try a squirt of Windex on a soft, non-abrasive cloth.

    You'll get more life out of your cuff if you put it on and remove it properly. Click to watch our how-to video about this.

    More information about wear and maintenance of these materials here.

    Measures 1.5" at widest. Adjustable (fits most adult wrists).

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