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Interlocking G M Bracelet Silver
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Founded in 1921 by Guccio Gucci, the brand was extended in the 1970's with the introduction of Swiss Made timepieces and was developed in 1997 with Italian-made silver jewellery, followed by a Fine Jewellery collection in 1999. Gucci's jewellery portfolio has grown over time and today includes dazzling, made-to-order High Jewellery parures that represent the pinnacle of innovative creativity and impeccable craftsmanship. All Gucci Jewellery designs offer a uniquely Italian and contemporary take on elegant style and glamour, incorporating the brand’s signature motifs, such as the Horsebit or 'GG' monograms. In its most luxurious expression, Gucci Jewellery is embellished with precious stones such as rubies, sapphires or diamonds, and the latter are always Kimberley certified.
Prizing a set of symbols: animals, stars and flowers, Alessandro Michele decorates a new collection of fine jewellery and timepieces. Blue sapphires glimmer as a snake’s eyes on a ring crafted in black ruthenium finished white gold, bees and hearts appear as numbers on the dial of the G-timeless watch and flowers and the interlocking G’s are etched into gold and enamel bangles and rings.
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