Engraveable Stainless Steel Bracelet with Black Ionic Plating (9 in.)

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This contemporary bracelet is crafted from quality stainless steel with stylish black ionic plating for color. The design is nine inches in length. Add a personal touch by engraving your own personal message on the design. Please contact a customer service representative or visit one of our store locations for information on engraving.

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Item Number: 41064005
$77

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Item Details

Item Number 41064005
Engravable Yes
Length 9 inch
*Metal Finish Polished
Metal Type Stainless Steel
Stone Type Plain
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  • Avoid wearing jewelry while in contact with household chemicals, such as chlorine bleach. They can discolor or damage your jewelry mountings.
  • Take off your jewelry before doing rough manual work or playing sports. Stones could be jarred loose or chipped by a hard blow.
  • When you're not wearing your jewelry, be careful that pieces do not tumble against each other to avoid scratching or dulling. Ideally, store each piece in its own soft cloth pouch.
  • At least once a year, have a jeweler professionally clean and inspect your fine jewelry. Most jewelers offer cleaning and inspection as a complimentary service to give you a lifetime of wearing pleasure. At Shane Co., twice-a-year cleaning and inspection also helps ensure the workmanship of your purchase lasts a lifetime.

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