The Coronation silverware pattern is from 1936. This design celebrates the coronation of King Edward VIII (who abdicated his throne to marry American divorcee Wallis Simpson) and King George VI, who succeeded him. It made for beautiful tableware then, and stunning bracelets today. These cuff style bracelets are made with a sturdy spring hinge. You don't have to worry about a clumsy clasp or jump rings through the spoon ends, which allows the full beauty of the pattern to shine through.
To get the perfect size, just measure your wrist with a soft dress tape (or use a piece of string). Then just select your size:
Medium (fits 6" - 6.5" wrist)Large (fits 7"- 7.5" wrist)
Your purchase also helps support Ocean Conservancy: working to bring people, science and policy together with a mission to counter the many threats to ocean health and sustainability. From protecting vital, vulnerable ecosystems through legislation, to enforcing accountability among leaders, Ocean Conservancy seeks solutions for a healthy ocean and the wildlife and communities that depend on it.