Dublin - Bracciale in acciaio inossidabile
Dublin, translated as the Black Lake, is the capital and largest city in Ireland. Founded in the early 9th century by the Vikings, it served as a backdrop for wars and conflicts until it managed to define its own identity in the 20th century. Thanks to its past, Dublin today is a modern capital rich in history, capable of captivating with its mixture of Gaelic traditions and constant adaptation to the modern world. This stainless steel bangle was inspired by the energy of this city. A timeless piece for your everyday style.
Bold enough to wear it alone and perfect to combine with other Dicci bracelets and accessories.
- Composition: stainless steel.
- Width: 0.6 cm.
- Colour: Silver.
- Laser engraving of the Dicci logo inside.
100 giorni per restituire/sostituire
At Dicci we want you to feel comfortable when shopping, so you have one hundred days to make your returns.
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