The Hanna bracelet combines links of Larimar gemstone with a double strand of handmade Balinese chain. An eye for detail and a taste for sophistication!
Product Details: Three 12x18mm Larimar gemstones and oxidized sterling silver. Bracelet is 7".
One of the distinctive and compelling qualities of Larimar is that each piece has subtle variation, with unique colors, hues, and patterns. As a result, the Larimar in your jewelry may be slightly different from the piece depicted online.
If you are trying to match an existing piece or are looking for a particular color or pattern, please give us a call or send a photo through the contact us page, and we will try to match it as close as possible.
Continental US: Orders over $100: Free with FedEx 2-Day.
Orders under $100: Free Ground shipping.
International: $20 under $300 – Free over $300.
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Get your order in two days! Don’t love it? Don’t worry! You have 14 days to ship it back for free!
Items must be in their original condition and include all elements of the order.
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In an effort to be environmentally conscious, we are always working to eliminate plastics and increase recycled content while preserving a durable and high quality packaging.
That led us to design a packaging that looks good, protects your jewelry and is gift-ready!
All of our products come with a 3-year warranty from your purchase date that covers repairs on manufacturing defects.
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WHAT IS LARIMAR?
CARING FOR YOUR MARAHLAGO JEWELRY
We recommend that you wipe your Larimar jewelry with a soft cloth after each wear—the white microfiber cloth that came with your piece is ideal. Store each piece separately in an airtight container, such as a plastic bag, inside the original fabric pouch it came in to prevent tarnishing and scratching.
For a deeper clean, follow our cleaning tutorial Here.
Marahlago was founded in 2004 by Marah and Adrian after discovering the beauty of Larimar on one of their trips to the Dominican Republic.
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