Project-RWB Red White and Blue Talbot Silver and Rope Bracelet
FULL PRODUCT DETAILS
The Project-RWB Red White and Blue Talbot Silver and Rope Bracelet was both designed and skilfully handcrafted completely in Great Britain, In Quality We Trust. For the Modern Journeyman (and woman), ANCHOR & CREW takes ownership of an exploratory lifestyle and enjoys the Happy-Good Life. Combining British craft manufacturing with a discerning modern-minimalist style, this ANCHOR & CREW bracelet features:
- 3mm diameter performance Marine Grade polyester and nylon rope (GB)
- Secure solid .925 sterling silver facetted barrel clasp and hook (GB)
This bracelet is available in four bracelet lengths, 17cm, 19cm, 21cm or 23cm in circumference. To take the bracelet on or off your wrist, simply slide the hook over the facetted barrel clasp and secure. Less is More.
WARRANTY INFORMATION & PRODUCT CARE
This bracelet is covered under a 1-year brand warranty, and care instructions are included within the packaging of every purchase. The guarantee does not cover against damage that has occurred due to maltreatment and normal wear and tear.
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