Bond Street Button Cuff 16mm Lizard & Palladium

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The Bond Street Button Cuff presents a chic mix of lizard & polished hardware.
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The Design
The Bond Street Button Cuff presents a chic mix of lizard & polished hardware. The elliptical cuff fits cleanly on the wrist, and is hinged for ease. It features the iconic Asprey button motif as a clasp, on which is mounted a cabochon. Ideal for stacking or perfect on its own, this bracelet adds a fresh feel to any outfit.

Product Care
All Asprey lizard products are protected by the Washington Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species, to ensure sustainability. Maintain the beauty of your Asprey lizard handbag to ensure it endures through time. The precious nature of lizard requires that it is kept away from direct contact with heat, water, light & oil, all of which can cause damage to the appearance of the skin. Wipe away any moisture as soon as possible. When not in use store it in the dust bag provided and in a clean, dry, temperate atmosphere.

Commercial care products are not kind to Asprey lizard products. A soft dry cloth is sufficient to maintain the beauty of the leather.
Features
  • 16mm Button Cuff
  • Lizard Inlay
  • Cabochon clasp
  • Asprey '167 Bond Street London' logo
  • Palladium finish metal
Specification
  • SKU : 1062773-cfg
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