Alif Mosaic Lapis Lazuli Bracelet In 18K Rose Gold
Details & Description
The Alif bracelet uses a cable chain with Tin Cup design. The Alif motif design seamlessly floating in the body of the design. The motif is hollowed in the centre mimicking the Alif silhouette acting as a crib to the beautiful structure of the royal purifying Lapis Lazuli stone, all set in 18K rose gold. This bracelet measures at 18cm and is adjustable in two places to fit most wrist sizes.
|Other Stone||Lapis Lazuli|
|Brand Classification||Colored Stones|
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The latest edition of our bestselling collection Alif, is about the journey, the sole purpose and the emphasis on the role of the women in the region, their success and dreams that have no limits, the resilience of the Alif women is what empowers them to reach the unreachable. This iconic edition of the Alif collection uses 18K gold creating a captivating and mesmerizing contrast against the gold tone, provided by the meticulously colourful precious gemstones inspired by the art of Mosaic that are placed together creating a pattern made of small pieces held in place and covering the hollowed Alif silhouette. The collection features necklaces, bracelets, bangles, rings, and earrings. Illustrating the Alif silhouette in a myriad of designs, with the hollowed ring seamlessly blending with the skin, and some of the designs use a gemstone that carries a symbol and meaning with the majestic green Malachite or the royal purifying Lapis Lazuli. This statement jewellery will make you feel as if you are wearing a piece of art and it’s a testament to its own craftsmanship with its unique design and colours.
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Inspired from the majestic first letter of the Arabic alphabet, beautifully signifying strong roots, proud origins and the core pillar as ‘Assel’ in Arabic.