King Tut Egyptian revival gold cuff bracelet | minusOne Cuff Collection
The same era that embraced classic geometric art deco design had a love affair with all things Egyptian. In the late 1800s, men camped out in the Egyptian deserts and tomb raided. Some acquisitions landed in private collections, others in museums. But no matter where the actual artifacts traveled, one thing was certain — everyone wanted a piece. Whether furniture, jewelry, or decor, everything Egyptian was all the rage. This bracelet pays homage to this period in history.
- The bracelet cuff is 1 1/8″ wide and scrubbed brass.
- The tip of the pharaoh’s headpiece stands above the top of the cuff.
- Cuff is 6″ from end to end, and can be molded upon request to fit a petite or more robust wrist, but cuff is not adjustable after it is made.
- Weight is 1.4 oz, so this is not a heavy piece. Though the piece has vintage style, both cuff and pharaoh are new.
- Read about the care of unfinished natural brass in the FAQ.
It’s a statement bracelet, but the simple, sleek design, even curves and subtle patina means it doesn’t have to draw too much attention.
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