Bracelet 7 - Green

$104
Description
Skultuna has teamed up with the legendary Milanese store owner Lino Ieluzzi to create a series of fashion accessories. Lino is a master of the Italian style known as Sprezzatura and he has become an international icon through countless appearances in leading fashion blogs and magazine articles. The bracelets in intertwined calf leather and engraved silver plated lock comes in four colors. The bracelet features a large “7” on the lock, Lino’s favorite symbol and his lucky number, a symbol that Lino also uses on his iconic ties. 10mm wide.
  • Brand Skultuna
  • Material Leather
  • Measurements M 20cm. L 21.5cm Ø
  • Art no 1054-G-00

Information

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Skultuna 1607

For over 400 years the lustre of Skultuna brass has illuminated the world. With classic designs from the time of our founder King Karl IX of Sweden, as well as with ground breaking antiquities of tomorrow by leading international designers. And herein lies the formula to why today Skultuna can be found at leading department stores all around the world, has won a number of international design awards and regularly exhibits at the leading international design fairs - we have always been, and will always be, one part traditional craftsmanship and one part modernity.

Timeless design

Modernism arrived to the old factory in Skultuna with the silversmith Pierre Forssell in the 1950s. Today Skultuna works with a long list of renowned international designers. Skultuna products can be found at leading department stores all around the world and Skultuna has won a number of international design awards. The production in the factory in Skultuna is continuing in an unbroken line since the early 17th century.

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