“Crescent” bracelet, Minas

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Designed in 1998, this bracelet is emblematic of the Minas’ style. This Greek designer who just passed away assumed that “God did not create the human body with straight, angular lines”.

 

As most of the Minas jewelry, this bracelet is genderless. His sensual beauty lies in his simple and fluid lines.

 

Crafted in Greece

Silver. Available in gold

Dimensions: 7,6cm x 1,2cm

 

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Minas, designer with soul

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