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The “Ride Hard, Live Free” Swarovksi Crystal Charm Bracelet

The "Ride Hard, Live Free" Swarovksi Crystal Charm Bracelet

The “Ride Hard, Live Free” Swarovksi Crystal Charm Bracelet

Celebrate your love of the open road with this motorcycle-themed sterling silver charm bracelet with Swarovski® crystals, a Bradford Exchange exclusive. From the shiny black “leather” jacket, to the Swarovski crystal “stars” on the American flag, this delightful motorcycle jewelry with symbols of freedom makes an eye-catching accessory – on the road or at home.

Exquisitely designed and handcrafted with sterling silver plating and bright enamel, this stylish keepsake or unique biker gift features 8 road-ready charms that capture everything you love about bikes and the call of the highway. For added shine, Swarovski crystal briolettes dangle between each charm. Strong demand is expected, so don’t miss this tribute to riding hard and living free. Order now!

This exclusive motorcycle-themed sterling silver charm bracelet with Swarovski® crystals from The Bradford Exchange features:
  • This exciting and stylish motorcycle jewelry with symbols of freedom pays tribute to the thrill of the open road, a fine jewelry exclusive available only from The Bradford Exchange
  • Exquisitely handcrafted with glistening sterling silver plating and brightly colored enamel
  • Sparkling Swarovski crystal briolettes placed between each charm add even more dazzle
  • This stunning keepsake or unique biker gift features 8 intricately detailed charms that serve as symbols of cycles and freedom
  • Charms include “Heart with Wings,” “Motorcycle Helmet,” “Leather Jacket,” “Motorcycle,” “Ride Hard, Live Free logo,” “American Flag,” “Heart with Flames” and “Eagle”
  • Arrives in an attractive custom-designed gift box
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Adjustable from 7″ to 8″ L; 17.8 cm to 20.3 cm L
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