TIDAL PEARL BRACELET (18K-GOLD-PLATED)

€109.00

The trifecta of beach fossicking, the Tidal Pearl Bracelet encompasses a bright in lustre Keshi Pearl, a satin-like tumbled pendant and a sweet golden bead to write home about. This piece is reminiscent of times spent whiling over nature's rock pools, scouring the beach at low tide, searching for tiny sea treasures. True to the very nature that inspired it, each piece within this necklace is unique. Honour the simplicity found in nature - in all its perfectly imperfect forms.Read more Read less

The trifecta of beach fossicking, the Tidal Pearl Bracelet encompasses a bright in lustre Keshi Pearl, a satin-like tumbled pendant and a sweet golden bead to write home about. This piece is reminiscent of times spent whiling over nature's rock... Read more Read less

Dimensions

  • Made with a sterling silver base and plated with 18k gold.
  • Tidal Disc diameter: 13mm
  • Pearl: 7.5 x 6 (each pearl is unique and will vary slightly in size and shape)
  • Gold drop: 5.5 x 7.5mm
  • Bracelet length is adjustable between 6.2-7.5" (16-19cm)
  • Freshwater pearl
  • Please note: All gemstones are genuine and have natural variation. The stones may vary slightly from the image pictured.
  • Order Processing Status: 12-24 Hours

    Current Status:  Orders will be processed within 12-24 hours on business days.

    Shipping & Returns

    SHIPPING TIMELINE

    All orders are sent with Express Post.

    METRO NSW, VIC, ACT, QLD, SA: 1-2 business days

    WA, NT & RURAL: 2-3 business days

    30 DAY RETURNS

    Returns must be lodged within 30 days of purchase date.

    We offer a refund or credit voucher for the return of jewellery in original condition. Please note this excludes engraved orders & due to hygiene reasons, earrings cannot be returned.

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    Phone: +61 2 7908 4208

    TIDAL PEARL BRACELET (18K-GOLD-PLATED)

    Kirstin Ash x Olive Cooke

    This collection by Kirstin Ash and Olive Rose Cooke is inspired by their respective journeys living By The Sea. For both women, life spent along the water's edge means quiet reflective moments sitting on the end of a jetty in the cool of an autumn afternoon; it's spending time pouring over the pages of a book in the nook of their homes. It's cherishing a slow pace and the space to be still, it's honouring the simplicity found in nature - in all its perfectly imperfect forms; and it's a love of cosy sea shacks and bachs.

    "There's something nostalgic about a seaside adventure; about slow days spent in the autumn sun. The sea breeze summons the scent of holidays gone by. And while the tide may have turned, today's treasure hunting for shells and crabs and other riches the waters bestow, still feels like the adventures from yesteryear. Memories flood the heart. There's a familiar salt spray encrusted on the window panes. These days are filled with nature, with simple pleasures, of cosy moments. And above it all there's a magnificence in squeezing the last remaining minutes from resplendent autumn days spent By The Sea."

    As seen on instagram