Objects of beauty
David Smallcombe generously sent over a gorgeous set of their popular cuff bracelets for me to review. I got them in the silver, rose gold, and yellow gold. As some of you might have seen from a previous post of mine, I have briefly reviewed Erica Anenberg's braille cuff. The only flaw in Erica Anenberg’s braille cuff is that it doesn’t sit perfectly on my wrist and I think it is vital for cuff bracelet’s to fit perfectly.
David Smallcombe's cuff bracelets are unique with its graceful curved, sleek design and beautiful 14k gold-filled combination (for the rose gold and yellow gold cuffs). The hammering also reflects light beautifully! The simplicity and elegance of the cuffs appealed to me the most and they’re subtle enough to be worn with any outfit.
What’s amazing about David Smallcombe's cuff bracelets is that they are tailored to fit making movement exceptionally comfortable. Asian girls, like me, tend to have fairly small wrist, so it’s often difficult to find bracelets or cuffs that fit well. My wrist is around 5’’ (maybe a bit smaller), which falls below the sizes listed on their sizing guide. Thankfully they do welcome customization so you can simply contact them and request to have the cuffs tailored to your wrist size.
They are definitely worth the investment given the quality and beauty! They are great for yourself or even as the perfect little gift for your loved ones.
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