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Jewelry is meant to be worn daily to remind us of our unforgettable memories. Continue creating memories with distinct and timeless pieces. Bring out your best personal style with this King Baby Studio bracelet. Handcrafted in Sterling Silver, this Skull and Fleur De Lis Link bracelet channels a unique look you won’t find anywhere else. Add to your collection today!
King Baby Studio Sterling Silver Skull and Fleur De Lis Light Link Bracelet
Lobster clasp closure
Measures: 3/4” H x 1/2” W x 1/8” D
Sizing: 7 1/2” (SMALL) or 8 3/4” (MEDIUM)
Made in the USA
For availability and to purchase please call (888) 624-2403.
Sold Exclusively on the Monterey Peninsula at Augustina Leathers in Carmel, California.
Cleaning and Care:
Use the King Baby polishing cloth to clean. The white side to remove tarnish, the gray side to shine. Also you can use the DRY jewelry polishing wipes. Never use liquid cleaner on any King Baby products as this will remove the oxidation.
Genuine stone beads: We use genuine stone beads that can be cleaned with a small amount of mineral oil and a microfiber cloth.
History of King Baby Studio:
Launching in 2000, by designer and owner Mitchell Binder, King Baby Studio is all about capturing the spirt of America with a rock n' roll sex appeal. Binder believes in the importance of quality and traditions and in transforming the expected into something new and unique with originality and distinctive details. Beginning in the business at age 15, as a jeweler's apprentice, Binder shortly thereafter began designing on his own and became the well known and popular brand you know today. Inspired by Binder's life experiences, each piece holds a special meaning that touches the soul and tells a story.
“What I love about jewelry, it becomes a very personal piece to whomever wears it. That’s one of the things that just does it for me. It gives it meaning, it’s very fulfilling and it gives people some sort of identity as well. That’s the gift. That’s the specialness. That’s what I want to hang onto.” - Mitchell Binder