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Kenneth Jay Lane

Red and Coral Cabochon Bracelet

$250

Kenneth Jay Lane is known for statement-making styles with feminine touches, as seen in this cuff-style bracelet. This bracelet is cast from gold-tone brass and dotted with hand-set red and coral cabochons. Pair it with your summertime styles for a pop of color.

FEATURES

  • Red and Coral Cabochon Bracelet
  • Hinge closure
  • Made in the U.S.A.

Shown here with: Poupette St Barth Dress, SERPUI Bag, Kenneth Jay Lane Earrings

MATERIAL & CARE

  • Composition: gold-plated brass, enamel

Product Size Measurements

  • Length: 2.5"
  • Width: 2.75"
  • Weight: 5.7 oz

Kenneth Jay Lane's jewelry has graced starlets and heads of state for more than five decades. Lane graduated from RISD in 1954 and began designing shoes: he worked in the shoe design department at Christian Dior when he started making jewelry on the side. Then, a buyer at Saks Fifth Avenue learned of Lane's side project, and offered to put his jewelry in the store. His flashy debut collection sold out in one day, and Lane never looked back (Jackie O's signature triple strand of pearls were, in fact, a Lane original). Today his baubles are as fabulous as ever, and each piece delivers the wow factor with a healthy dose of creativity. Lane has always said that “elegance, good taste, and luxury never go out of style.”

Kenneth Jay Lane is known for statement-making styles with feminine touches, as seen in this cuff-style bracelet. This bracelet is cast from gold-tone brass and dotted with hand-set red and coral cabochons. Pair it with your summertime styles for a pop of color.

FEATURES

  • Red and Coral Cabochon Bracelet
  • Hinge closure
  • Made in the U.S.A.

MATERIAL & CARE

  • Composition: gold-plated brass, enamel

Product Measurements

  • Length: 2.5"
  • Width: 2.75"
  • Weight: 5.7 oz

Kenneth Jay Lane's jewelry has graced starlets and heads of state for more than five decades. Lane graduated from RISD in 1954 and began designing shoes: he worked in the shoe design department at Christian Dior when he started making jewelry on the side. Then, a buyer at Saks Fifth Avenue learned of Lane's side project, and offered to put his jewelry in the store. His flashy debut collection sold out in one day, and Lane never looked back (Jackie O's signature triple strand of pearls were, in fact, a Lane original). Today his baubles are as fabulous as ever, and each piece delivers the wow factor with a healthy dose of creativity. Lane has always said that “elegance, good taste, and luxury never go out of style.”

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