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Abacus Row Superbloom Bracelet No.7 (Limited Edition)
This one-of-a-kind Superbloom Bracelet is a radiating bouquet of colorful crystal petals. A unique mixture of shapes and colors, this adjustable necklace has a clasp closure and a moss green silk cord extension allows for an easily adjustable slip-on fit. Each piece was meticulously handcrafted for KAAREM in Abacus Row’s San Francisco studio.
The Abacus Row Garden Collection is a limited edition series of crystal jewelry inspired by intimate memories of family. Each design presents a small yet enchanting study on light—engaging reflection on different perspectives and new ways of seeing.
Cord Color – Moss Green
Length – Adjustable, 6.25-9.25"
Materials – premium European crystals, 14k gold-filled beads and findings, silk cord
Notable – The Garden Collection is a limited edition release.
Abacus Row is an independent brand of refined and understated jewelry. Their line reflects an unexpectedly subtle approach to beadwork. Thoughtfully detailed and meticulously crafted, each piece is designed for the sophisticated individual with a discerning eye and effortless sense of style.
The jewelry is crafted in-house, at their production studio and showroom located at the intersection of the Nob Hill and Chinatown neighborhoods of San Francisco, California.
Premium European crystals
14k gold-filled beads and findings
silk cord (moss green)
Length – Adjustable, 14–18"
The Garden Collection features premium crystals, 14k gold-filled rounds and findings. Each pair of earrings is constructed with our distinctive hand-hammered 14k gold-filled hoops. Collection necklaces and bracelets are beaded on supple micro-woven stainless steel wire. To polish and maintain your crystals, we recommend using aa microfiber or lint-free cloth.
Abacus Row was founded by Christine Trac in 2012. Christine’s work and appreciation for jewelry is shaped by a multicultural upbringing and an interdisciplinary background in ethnography and environmental conservation.
Christine views jewelry as objects of culture and identity and approaches her work with Abacus Row as a way of expressing subtle yet distinct narratives. She is inspired by both the natural ways in which things come together and the innovative approaches used to produce unexpected connections. Abacus Row is an on-going exploration of material and community intersections.