Bangle Collection - Raven Quartz Bracelet

$ 32.99

Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews

Bangle Collection - Raven Quartz Bracelet

Absolutely Stunning; Very Small

I absolutely love this bracelet. I ordered 2! It looks great by itself or stacked with others. The only thing is that it’s very small! If you have a bigger wrist, you will have to try and stretch it out to fit. It eneded up working for me but it has to sit on the smallest part of my wrist. If you have trouble buying bangle bracelets due to size, you may not fit into this little gem. Overall amazing product for the price!

Love this!!

I love these bracelets. They go with everything.

Beautiful but small

I had wanted this bracelet for months before I finally purchased it. I absolutely adore it, but it is very small. I wore it the first day and my wrist hurt really bad when I took it off and it was sore into the next day. I don’t have extremely large wrist, so I was a little disappointed. I still love the bracelet and I am going to make it work as best as I can. I love the other bracelet I ordered, and I just placed my second order with 3 additional bracelets. I just wish this one came a little bigger, or their were size options. Would still recommend for people with smaller than average wrists


Love my bracelets and they arrived promptly after I placed my order!

Introducing, the Bangle Collection - Raven Quartz Bracelet:

Our Bangle Collection features a raw quartz stone on a smooth gold ion-plated stainless steel cuff.  The stones are rigid rocks to add that extra flare to your stack or outfit for the night.  We love to stack these with our Stone Collection to really bring it all together.  We hope you love the Bangle Collection, exclusively from Kinsley Armelle.

Details about the Bangle Collection - Raven Quartz Bracelet:

  • Raw Quartz Stone
  • Smooth Bangle Cuff
  • Gold Ion-plated Stainless Steel
  • 6-7 Inch Circumference

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