Gold and Silver Tone Bracelets

Gold and silver are not the only precious metals, but they have been the most prized for jewellery throughout history. Sacred to the sun in Egyptian myth, gold was considered the king of metals; silver was his beautiful queen.  Until recently, gold and silver jewellery commanded prices that fit their precious status; however, the process of plating has made this royal couple of metals much more available. With all the lustre of pure metals, plated gold and silver tone bracelets let you revel in the rich glamour of precious materials at a price that you can truly enjoy.

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Gold's sunny hue and brilliant shine will never dim; that's part of this eternal metal's beauty. When paired with jewel tones and darker neutral hues, gold looks incomparably rich. With pastels and pale neutrals in floaty fabrics, it grounds an otherwise ethereal ensemble. Even two or three slim gold bracelets instantly upgrade comfortable standards such as jeans and t-shirts to fun, casual classics. Thick gold cuffs make a bold statement for formal occasions, but they also work at the office. The trick to turning a dramatic gold bracelet into a demure accent is to wear it with a sleeve that just lets it peek out occasionally. It's an elegantly understated way to wear gold. 

Silver bracelets have multifaceted personalities. In graceful filigree or carved scrollwork, they add a dash of ethnic spice to your outfit. Beads and studs capitalise on chic, street-inspired urban looks. Floral designs have vintage style, but silver can also be coolly contemporary in sculptural geometric or organic designs. Silver was once the preferred metal for creating mirrors; wearing silver jewellery with bright colours and prints takes full advantage of the metal's reflective nature. 

Blending silver and gold tones together in the same bracelet creates a dialogue between all the jewellery you're wearing. A single item that unifies your other metallic jewellery expands your accessorising options considerably. Items that pair gold and silver in their design offer you an excellent way to incorporate keepsake jewellery as part of your total jewellery wardrobe. Mixing silver and gold bangles in similar finishes and widths has the same effect.

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