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Ed Levin-Ribbon Slide Bracelet - Sterling Silver-BR0691X Ed Levin-Ribbon Slide Bracelet - Sterling Silver-BR0691X Ed Levin-Ribbon Slide Bracelet - Sterling Silver-BR0691X

Ribbon Slide Bracelet - Sterling Silver

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Ed Levin-Ribbon Slide Bracelet - Sterling Silver-BR0691X Ed Levin-Ribbon Slide Bracelet - Sterling Silver-BR0691X Ed Levin-Ribbon Slide Bracelet - Sterling Silver-BR0691X
The silver Ribbon Slide bracelet resembles a light-reflecting ribbon. Its unique engineering allows the ribbon to glide forward and back again to decorate your wrist in this charming new addition to Ed Levin's slide bracelet family. Handcrafted in sterling silver, available in five sizes. Bracelet is approximately 3/8” wide at widest point on top.

Bangle Bracelet Details

Bracelet Style: Sterling Silver Expandable Ribbon Slide Bangle Bracelet
Metal Type: Sterling Silver
Metal Color: White
Metal Finish: Polished
Clasp Type: Expandable Spring
Bracelet Dimensions: 11mm wide at the top tapering to 5mm at the back
Bracelet Length: 7.5 inches
8 inches
8.5 inches
9 inches
9.5 inches
Artist's Collection: Ribbon Slide
Artist's Edition: Studio Production

Artist Details

Artist's Name: Ed Levin
Artist's Location: Cambridge, New York, USA
Artist's Technique: Hand Forged and Fabricated

Ed Levin Jewelry

Ed Levin began creating innovative and distinctly original jewelry in 1950. He started designing jewelry while living in Buenos Aires and working with a master Florentine jeweler. He brought what he learned back to the United States and founded Ed Levin Jewelry. He has passed his artistic vision and skills on to the next generation of master craftsmen who carry on his legacy at Ed Levin Jewelry. The jewelry is still handcrafted using age old techniques and only the finest materials - inspiring the wearer with it's alluring and inventive design.




Sterling Silver

Many silver jewelry pieces today are rhodium coated to prevent tarnishing and can be easily cleaned at home. Use a damp cloth, gentle soap and water to clean your jewelry. Then dry with a dry cloth.

More aggressive cleaning may be necessary for tarnished or textured jewelry. Heat the item by dipping in hot tap water. Then scrub with a soft toothbrush using toothpaste, baking soda or a non-abrasive silver polish to remove most tarnish and dirt.

Jewelry with pearls or soft gemstones (carnelian, lapis, malachite, opal, onyx) requires special care. Use only the softest cloth and wipe gently, and never use harsh cleaning solutions or chemicals.

To prevent damage and reduce the need for cleaning, keep all jewelry, (especially pearls and soft gemstones) away from household cleaners and hair care products. Chlorine bleach found in hot tubs and swimming pools can be especially harmful and will immediately tarnish most sterling and damage soft gemstones.

Cleaning Sterling Silver with Baking Soda and Aluminum

Non coated sterling silver reacts with moisture resulting in a layer of tarnish or oxidation. Baking soda activated by boiling water in the presence of aluminum will dislodge the tarnish by making it bind with the aluminum, leaving the sterling silver clean and shiny.

This is the simple, organic way to clean and polish your sterling silver jewelry. Place a sheet of aluminum foil in the bottom of a glass tray that is deep enough to cover your jewelry. Place the jewelry item in the tray. Sprinkle a tablespoon or more of baking soda on the jewelry. Pour enough boiling water into the tray to cover the jewelry. Bubbling should occur (the sulfuric gases released by the cleaning action).

Move the jewelry item in the solution with a wood or plastic utensil allowing the various surfaces of the piece to come into contact with the aluminum. Notice that the silver has become bright again.

Rinse the jewelry under tap water. To ensure that you don't lose small pieces like earrings and pendants, put a sieve over the drain to catch whatever may slip off your fingers.

Wipe the jewelry gently with an absorbent towel and polish with a soft cloth.

Take Simple Precautions

Fine jewelry is durable, but not indestructible. We recommend not wearing your fine jewelry weightlifting, heavy lifting, playing golf, landscaping, gardening, horseback riding, in the pool or spa. Chlorine is toxic for many metals.


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