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Help me identify my father's bracelet and get it fixed!


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Feb 13, 2011
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Hey SF! Long time lurker, first time poster.

My father gave me a bracelet years ago that I wear every day. It broke and a piece of it is missing. I would love to identify what the bracelet is (Designer, etc.) and try get the piece / get it fixed.

Here's what I know about the bracelet:
  • I think he got it from Italy (It has ITALY stamped in small in the metal)
  • It's made of silver
  • He originally got it to match a Michel Herbelin watch, but I don't think the bracelet is made by them.

  • Here is what the bracelet looks like.
  • This is it on my wrist.
  • This is what the missing piece looks like.
  • Here is what the bracelet looks like now.

I hope you are able to visualize it now. This bracelet has a ton of sentimental value so any help would really brighten my day.

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