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Jennifer Cervelli Jewelry

Lucky Horseshoe Single Cuff Bracelet

Lucky Horseshoe Single Cuff Bracelet

Regular price $20.00 USD
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This single cuff bracelet is made from heavy gauged hammered wire to form a lucky horseshoe cuff. A great single bangle cuff for everyday wear, or buy more to layer! THIS LISTING IS FOR 1 single x CUFF make from 12 gauge wire.

Hammered and forged textures on each bracelet create an organic rustic feel, available in copper. Bracelet is made to fit average sized wrists, measures 6.5 inches. But iif you need smaller or larger please just let me in know in message to seller, and I can adjust size for you!

This bracelet is part of "The Ranch Collection": A classic, American collection inspired by the western culture of cowboys, horses, and the spirit of the great Wild West. Each will vary slightly as they are individually made by hand.

When kept as a talisman, a horseshoe is said to bring good luck. When worn with the ends pointing upwards it acts as a storing container, of sorts, for any good luck that happens to be floating by. The horseshoe has always been a special symbol to me, as I grew up riding horses and even rode on the equestrian team in college while studying metals and jewelry in Savannah, GA.

A truly gorgeous accessory for any equestrian, rancher, horse lover, or pursuer of good luck! A great groomsman gift or wedding gift too!

100% handmade in Hermosa Beach, California USA using recycled metals and sustainable materials. These are made to order, so please allow up to 1 week production before shipping. Thank you!


Every piece here at Jennifer Cervelli Jewelry is completely handmade using recycled sterling silver and/or gold fill.

Conflict free gemstones are hand picked from USA mines at the Tuscon Gem Show, and a lot of thought and care as well as high quality material sourcing goes into each design.

Care information

Sterling silver and gold fill will tarnish with wear and exposure to moisture and oils. Clean with mild soap and a toothbruth or a polishing cloth.

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