Sami Gagnef Twist Bangle (M)
Sami Gagnef Twist Bangle (M)
This stunning, delicate silver bangle has a pretty pattern of joined dots all the way round, easily opens and closes with the simple hook and eye feature at the back, and comes in small, medium or large so it will fit your wrist perfectly.
Looks great on it's own or stacked with other Gagnef bangles from our collection.
Handmade in our London studio from 100% recycled silver, which is then oxydised and polished to bring out the detailing.
Bangle comes beautifully packaged in recycled No 13 boxes.
As this collection is inspired by an indigenous culture that is heavily affected by our actions on the planet, a percentage of the profits are donated to the National Wildlife Federation - a conservation group which unites individuals and businesses to protect wildlife, wild places, and the environment.
To keep your jewellery sparkling, you can polish it gently with a soft jewellery cloth.
To measure your wrist, wrap measuring tape or a piece of string loosely around your wrist. If you are using string, put it up against a ruler.
Small: 5cm internal diameter (16.5cm – 18cm in circumference)
Medium: 6cm internal diameter (18.5cm – 20cm in circumference)
Large: 7cm internal diameter (20cm- 21.5cm in circumference)
- Tracked delivery to home or work, direct from the designer.
- Customs fees may apply for international delivery - see FAQs for details.
- Free returns within 14 days, collection arranged by us.
Meet The Designer
No 13 is a jewellery brand that brings you a touch of ethical luxury. We are inspired by nature and indigenous artisans who live in some of the remotest and endangered places on the planet. We wanted to work alongside them to bring you the most original and contemporary designs. Our values include social responsibility, excellence, integrity, and sustainability – with all our pieces being made from recycled silver and our eco-friendly, recycled packaging. Our first collection is inspired and handmade in collaboration with Sami Artisans who inhabit the Arctic Circle. Our aim was to create a modern twist on ancient Sami styles, and in doing so make something luxurious, beautiful and sustainably-sourced. Reindeer antlers are shed naturally and harvested by the Sami people once a year. You can see our Sami carver at work along with his beautiful herd of reindeer above. Sixten is a true craftsman with over 40 years experience in reindeer shepherding and scrimshaw carving. He hand carves each reindeer antler cabochon to our specifications, then etches with ancient Sami patterns and inlays with india ink and silver to bring out the detailing. As this collaboration is with an indigenous culture that is heavily affected by our actions on the planet, a percentage of the profits are donated to the National Wildlife Federation - a conservation group which unites individuals and businesses to protect wildlife, wild places, and the environment. We hope you enjoy wearing our jewellery as much as we did making and creating it for you.