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Reproduction Roman Coin Bracelet

$198.00

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The Tuscan village of Caprese Michelangelo—the birthplace of the famed Renaissance artist—is nestled in the hills among chestnut trees, small vineyards, and fields of sunflowers. This picturesque landscape was first settled by the Etruscans, and our reproduction coin jewelry is inspired by their precise gold metalwork. Gold-plated, Etruscan medallions alternate with reproduction Roman-era coins treated with a verdigris patina to create a museum-worthy conversation piece. Each piece is handcrafted in a studio in Caprese Michelangelo, just down the road from the artist's former home.


Handcrafted in Caprese Michelangelo, Italy. 24-karat gold-plated sterling silver with reproduction bronze coins. Adjustable 7 1/2"–8 1/2", 1"W. Lobster claw clasp.


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