Two Moon Cuff Bracelet

  • $128.00

Two moons, one crafted of sterling silver and one glass, join together in this unique cuff bracelet. Striking a balance between negative space and the glimmering azure hues of the Blue Sky butterfly wing, each moon represents two different phases in the many cycles of the moon; waxing and waning. We are all always part of larger cycles of renewal and building towards completion. This cuff signifies our ability to exist in the midst of constant change.

The bracelet is oxidized sterling silver and the focal portion measures 5/8" x 7/8" with a .75" opening and are slightly adjustable. The focal pieces are constructed with lead-free silver solder, oxidized, and polished.

Please note this item is MADE TO ORDER and therefore WILL NOT SHIP until 1-2 weeks after you place your order.

All of HartVariations materials are cruelty-free and ethically sourced with great care. We are dedicated to No-Harm principles in our work. Please visit the FAQ page of the website to learn more.

JEWELRY CARE: Please handle this one-of-a-kind jewelry with great care, avoid water and remove before applying lotions. Because of the stained glass medium we work in, we are able to use delicate materials from nature that are very heat-sensitive. Too much heat and the wings change color, sometimes losing the vibrant magic that makes them so special. The metal in our work is an alloy of silver and tin, which melts at a lower temperature than sterling. We 100% stand by our work and have sold thousands of pieces in the eight years we've been in business, with a very small number needing repair. The same way you would take care of a silk blouse, please consider the medium in the treatment of your piece and approach with intention and care.

SHIPPING: Please be sure to read the shipping and policies information before your purchase.

>>> Please see FAQ page for more jewelry care and process details.

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