Oh...how I'd time travel if I knew that Jaime was awaiting me in the emerald moors of 18th century Scotland! (See more below)
Caitriona Rapt In Maille Chainmail Bracelet is like a river that flows with one's gestures, trickling over the pebbled wrist bone, and mysteriously slinking from under a sleeve. This is the first of Andrea's personal collection. She HIGHLY recommends this piece if you want a soft, yet dramatic look! (For a flashier look, or something in between, check out
The wonderful tube clasp gives Caitriona's multi strands its order; holding the chains in line. Every now and then, one will slightly roll over its neighbor, just to emphasis that it really is a rebel, before settling back in line.
Standard measures 7.5" long
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At its widest point, it measures approximately 2.25"
Composed of durable stainless steel; this metal does not require polishing unless it is soiled. People with metal allergies are rarely adversely affected by stainless steel.
Gorgeous photos by Audrey Tarris Photography http://www.akphotodesign.com
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After thoroughly enjoying the Starz T.V. series that was based on Diana Gabaldon's 'Outlander' books, I purchased the 8-novel set and have been immersed ever since. They've been my go-to 2017 escape. I'm now seriously, and happily hooked! Season 3 will release September, 2017.
Caitriona, is named for the actress, Caitriona Balfe, who plays the exquisite Claire in the series. A sparkling blue eyed, dream of a woman, with skin of porcelain and a dazzling presence, who's a skilled herbal healer, and doctor to boot.
Pronounced Kah TREE na in Scottish, Caitriona means 'pure'.
Not only does it feel comfortable, people comment on it all the time! I cannot recommend Andrea enough for her customer service. She has 'bent over backwards' to help me with my several orders to Australia... thanks again Andrea!