I've had the ruby version of this bracelet for a week now and like it. The quality of the stones and setting are nice -- and the rubies are really pretty. I love the color. The clasp style has pros and cons. I like it since it can be cinched snug against the wrist and doesn't dangle, but I have small wrists and the metal ends trailing below my wrist, once cinched, hang down almost 3 inches. But it's very light and I don't feel bothered by it. However, it would be wierd if more than one bracelet of this type was worn. THen it would look strange, I think, which is too bad because the bracelet is otherwise very attractive and I wouldn't mind "stacking" a bunch of these together, except then there would be lots of loose ends hanging down. This would make a great anklet except it doesn't open quite wide enough to slip over the foot. For the price, this is a nice bracelet as long as you don't mind the trailing ends. Also, it does loosen a bit and need to be re-cinched occasionally.
This is a delicate bracelet. The stones are smaller than I thought, about 1/2 inch in diameter, not counting the surrounding silver. However, the stones are excellent with a good mix of color, a sign of quality Larimar. I have a lot of Larimar purchased in the Caribbean, mostly Marah Lago pieces which are getting very pricey, but I lucked into some bargain prices here and there on those and some non-name brand jewelry. This bracelet is a bargain. Purchased as a gift, I was very pleased at the packaging. It came in a lovely light mint green box with an attached white ribbon bow! As I purchased the 8 inch length, it came with 10 stones, instead of the 9 pictured. FYI, in case you didn't know, Larimar is only found in 1 square mile of the Dominican Republic. So, it is a good investment. It was named after the discoverer's daughter, Lari and, of course, mar means sea.
If you need further help or information please visit our Online Help Center