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Catch Get It Lifestyle - The Ilman Herra (Finnish meaning lord of the air) is a bangle with intricate Norse detailing and eagle heads at each end of the bangle. Very unusual and worked out true to detail and then antique silver finish and matted in antique silver. Due to its open design, the bracelet is quickly put on.
Our Catch Get It Lifestyle Dark Collection deals with myths and sagas from the Irish, Celtic and Nordic region. Of course, motifs with skulls and dragons should not be missing here. This extraordinary collection not only includes very beautiful bracelets, but also unusual necklaces and rings. Of course, pieces of jewelry with a feminine touch should not be missing either. The materials we use for this collection are mainly stainless steel, silver, zirconia and leather. Unusual and elegant pieces of jewelry for him and her, who are curious about the mystical and dark and love the eye-catching. Here we have the latest gem from our Catch Get It lifestyle collection:
The Ilman Herra (Finnish meaning lord of the air) is a bangle with intricate Norse detailing and eagle heads at each end of the bangle. Very unusual and worked out true to detail and then antique silver finish and matted in antique silver. Due to its open design, the bracelet is quickly put on. A very eye-catching and detail-loving design, which goes with almost every outfit and can also be combined very nicely with other pieces of jewellery. The bangle was elaborately worked out in 3D and decorated at the end with an eagle's head. The bangle is very solid and heavy, but can still be adjusted thanks to the zinc stainless steel alloy. If you are looking for something eye-catching and special, you will have a lot of fun with this bracelet.
What does a eagle symbolize? The eagle was already known in ancient times as the messenger of the gods and has always symbolized courage and strength. It was already used as a symbol of power by the Roman emperors.
There are two ways to measure size: you can measure wrist circumference or the length of a matching bracelet. In the table below you can see which size is right for you. We advise you to measure your wrist circumference as it is a fixed size and therefore we can make a perfectly fitting bracelet. If you measure the length, you can enter the appropriate size (round up). This method is not as accurate and therefore not recommended*.
|16 cm||±18 cm|
|17 cm||±19 cm|
|18 cm||±20 cm|
|19 cm||±21 cm|
|20 cm||±22 cm|
|21 cm||±23 cm|
We recommend measuring the wrist circumference. You can easily measure this by placing a tape measure around your wrist where you wear the bracelet. Just take actual size and don't add centimeters. Don't measure too tight and don't measure too loose.
Alternatively, if you don't have a tape measure, you can take a strip of paper and trace it on your wrist, then measure the length of the strip to the measured point; this is the wrist circumference. If you take the length of another matching bracelet, remember that this is not as precise. This is because the thickness is different per bracelet.
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