Glaucous Bone Charm

Glaucous Bone Charm
£22.00

Availability: In stock

Spotted glaucous bone shape ceramic bead on a unique thin knotted leather cord.
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Playing with ceramics, steel, and leather in a care with a balance on it, this ceramic charm unites style and fashion with innovative design. Loveliness in this symbiosis opens the door to many other possible variations of a similar theme. Playful and elegant. These diamond knots are like pearls, soft and warm folds around the shiny ceramic bead - offering a way to customize your own jewelry box with a personal touch and in a contemporary style.

Hang this charm on your necklace, cloth – virtually anywhere – with the stainless steel lobster clasp. The handmade dyed ceramic bead may be slightly different from the one on the main picture, but the overall impact is similar.

This charm lets you release your creativity providing plenty of opportunity for wearing and using.

Assembled and intertwined seductively, MiiSU plays on the contrasts, harmonies, and beauty of the ideal jewel. This piece is from the Charm Collection, Designed by MiiSU's Chief Creative.


Note: It comes with wrap and ready for gift giving!

Additional Information

Additional Information

Color Glaucous
Knot Diamond
Material Ceramic, Leather, Stainless Steel
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Care instructions

Special care requirements

Your MiiSU will stay comfortable and flashy for a long time, although it needs a bit of care. When they are not being worn, it is the best for your jewel to leave it hanging somewhere or to keep it in a dry and soft environment without wrinkling or breaking.

 

General Information

Unfortunately, a leather jewellery is not timeless. But can last a long time if properly maintained. The leather is not water-resistant as many think and I cannot guarantee the long-lasting of your jewel if you wear it during bathing or swimming. Although getting it wet occasionally won't immediately damage it, keep in mind that repeated exposure to water or chemicals will dramatically contuse it, and contribute to its deterioration over time.

When it is known that gem materials have been dyed, care must be taken to not bring them in contact with chemicals such as acetone or alcohol, which could dissolve the dyes, or allow them to be exposed to prolonged periods of sunlight (such as leaving it on a sunny window ledge) which could cause the dyed colours to fade.