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Ripple Multi Bangle All Silver
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Delicate contemporary silver bangle
This hand-made modern designer bangle in hammered silver is Latham and Neve's exclusive 'no-jangle bangle', giving the illusion of being eight separate bangles while actually being made from a continuous coiled length of beaten silver, giving the effect of many fine bangles bound by a silver ring. Evoking rain falling on water, this hand-forged bangle is textured with a shiny hammered finish on one side and a soft satin finish on the other, with the attention to detail you expect from L&N.

This modern piece is unique to Latham and Neve and one of our bestsellers. Our design philosophy is Modernist but wearable, cool but comfortable; the finish is exact and every piece is made to be easy to put on and to remove, and to look fabulous. It is entirely British hallmarked silver, hand-crafted in our workshops in the Garden of England.

L&N makes everything in the UK, and in the workshop; we use only British Hall-marked silver and gold, and every item is either hand made or finished by our makers. You can wear it for special events, or for everyday; it is adaptable and versatile, and made to be worn!

The Ripple Multi Bangle comes ready to give in our exclusive L&N gift box, so treat your special someone with this beautiful piece. Or just keep it for yourself.

Dimensions Inner diameter bangle approximately 65mm. Ripple (loop) 10mm diameter

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Our bangles are designed to fit comfortably and are made with an inner diameter of 65mm which is a fairly standard bangle size. We can make bangles smaller or larger to order if you prefer but do allow a little extra time for this.

How to check your hand size
Form your hand, with the thumb tucked in against the palm, as if about to put on a bangle and measure right around the widest part of your hand with a tape measure or piece of string. The area to measure is normally around the base of the thumb.