Follow your dreams with our solid gold arrow bracelet by Chupi.
An arrow can only be shot by being pulled backwards, when life is difficult wear your delicate arrow bracelet to remind yourself that sometimes we have to take a little step backwards but that you should always follow your dreams.
The arrow bracelet is cast in solid 14k gold from a real twig and feather. The shaft of the arrow is cast from a Hawthorn tree twig, they look so delicate but think of the mighty trees that are supported from such tiny things. The feathers of the arrow are cast from swan feathers from the Royal Canal in Ireland.
- Arrow pendant is 8mm
- Length 7 inches (18cm) long with a 1 inch (3cm) extender chain
- 14k Solid Gold bracelet
- Finished with a 14k Solid Gold Chupi charm and lobster clasp
- Made with love in Ireland
- Hallmarked in Ireland's historic Dublin Castle
Make your piece extra special with our complimentary luxury gift packaging. Your piece will arrive beautifully presented in our luxurious Chupi jewellery box hand-tied with the softest grosgrain ribbon, held within our distinctive Chupi bag. Ready to give to that someone special or keep for the perfect treat.
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Made using recycled gold, conflict free stones and packaged in reusable or recyclable packaging.
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