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Silver Interlocking Athena Bangles

By Astley Clarke Silhouettes

Was £195.00

Now £85.00

Out of stock

Code: D25553

Russian Wedding Bangles in sterling silver available from Astley Clarke Silhouettes. Designed by our creative design team, this iconic bracelet features three interlocking bangles of sterling silver. The individual bangles have an inner diameter of 68mm and intertwine and overlap creating a melodious silver bracelet. Available exclusively from Astley Clarke, these clean and iconic pieces are designed to follow and emphasise your outline. Pure and elegant designs that are unchanging with the seasons, Astley Clarke Silhouettes are aide memoires destined to always remain a favourite in your jewellery box.

Astley Clarke Silhouettes

"Astley Clarke Silhouettes contains jewellery that you love already; it becomes a part of you and of your profile. It helps you to make your mark. You might change over the years but these pieces won’t and neither will the way you feel about them." Bec Astley Clarke – Managing Director and Founder

Taking inspiration from our jewellery box essentials, Bec Astley Clarke has worked closely with our creative design team to produce Astley Clarke Silhouettes. Based on the ethos that certain designs are timeless and need not change with the seasons, these items are a celebration of key profiles that never go out of fashion. Designed with subtle references to past eras, great consideration has been given to every contour and detail, inside and out. Available exclusively from Astley Clarke these are iconic pieces that become an extension of the person you are. Offered in 18 carat yellow gold, rose gold and sterling silver, these pieces are Aide-memoire’s destined to always remain a favourite in your jewellery box.

Colour Grey
Metal Sterling Silver

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