This Natural Cork Crossover Bracelet with with Silver & Gold Ornaments is beautifully designed and hand crafted. It features a crossover design, where the two bands of natural cork converge to meet at the centre. The silver and gold coloured embellishments introduce a feeling of luxury. They work in perfect harmony with the rustic charm of the natural cork to stunning effect.
The centrepiece of the bracelet features exquisite detail. When it catches the light gives a subtle hint of glitter to its appearance.
The neutral look and feel of this bracelet means it’s perfect for day wear. However the beautiful silver and gold coloured ornaments with that subtle hint of sparkle makes it also a winner for evening wear.
Finally, the silver coloured magnetic fastening makes it easy to put the bracelet on and remove it.
Measurements should only be used as a guide. Sizes can vary due to the hand crafted nature of the product.
Flat: the bracelet measures 200mm in length and 13mm at its widest point.
Each bracelet is hand made from natural materials. As such colours, grain and sizes may vary slightly, and from the photo shown.
About our cork jewellery
All our cork jewellery is hand crafted by skilled artisans in Portugal. It is an entirely natural and renewable resource. Cork is environmentally friendly, recyclable and biodegradable.
Cork production is considered sustainable. This is because during harvesting only the bark is stripped and the cork tree is not damaged or felled. Therefore, the tree continues to live and grow a new layer of cork in subsequent years.
All of our cork jewellery is PETA-Approved Vegan. Consequently, when you see the PETA logo against any of our products, you can be assured that you’re making an ethical purchase. These products contain no leather, fur, wool, skin, exotic skins or any other animal-derived fabric. As part of the “PETA-Approved Vegan” programme in Europe, Crazy About wood has signed PETA’s statement of assurance. This verifies that the relevant products are vegan. For more information on PETA UK, visit https://www.peta.org.uk/