Rhino Tear silver cuffs

Sterling silver Rhino Tear cuffs

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Description

This contemporary cuff has a symmetrical design framed by our classic Rhino Tears, inspired by the natural world's raw beauty. Simple yet elegant, these handcrafted cuffs are both modern and feminine. Their silver Rhino Tear ends are taken from the original silver Tear pendant cast and redesigned for a comfortable and refined look.

 

Options include; sterling silver cuffs with silver Rhino Tear ends, in petite, standard and large (see below).

100% of profits made from the sales of Rhino Tears Jewellery go towards various conservation and anti-poaching projects across Africa, helping to save and protect the African rhino.

 

 

Options include;

Sterling silver Rhino Tear cuffs (petite)

 

MATERIAL: Solid silver rectangular band with solid silver Rhino Tear ends
SIZE: Wrist size up to 15.4cm  (guide below)
WEIGHT: Approx. 22 gms

PRICE: £75

Diamond encrusted silver Tear

Sterling silver Rhino Tear cuffs (standard)

 

MATERIAL: Solid silver rectangular band with solid silver Rhino Tear ends
SIZE: Wrist size up to 16.5cm  (guide below)
WEIGHT: Approx. 22 gms

PRICE: £80

Diamond encrusted silver Tear

Sterling silver Rhino Tear cuffs (large)

 

MATERIAL: Solid silver rectangular band with solid silver Rhino Tear ends
SIZE: Wrist size up to 17.8cm  (guide below)
WEIGHT: Approx. 22 gms

PRICE: £85

Diamond encrusted silver Tear

CUFF SIZE GUIDE

Cuffs are available in Petite, Standard and Large.

To find the most suitable size for your wrist, use a tape measure.
Wrap the tape measure around the wrist on which you plan to wear your bracelet.
Round your measurement to the nearest centimetre.
Use the table below to find your recommended size.

Size Guidelines

WRIST IN CM WRIST IN INCHES
Petite Up to 15.4 Up to 6
Standard Up to 16.5 Up to 6.5
Large Up to 17.8 Up to 7

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Daniel Haesslich

100% of profits from Rhino Tears Jewellery goes towards a number of anti-poaching and conservation projects, helping to protect and save the African rhino. The Tears are lovingly crafted and hand-finished to the highest quality.On a visit to the Kariega Game Reserve in South Africa I encountered a rhino called Thandi quietly grazing with her calf. I learnt that she is a rare survivor of a brutal poaching attack...