Characteristics of CuffsCuffs are one of the most ancient types of bracelet, and this comes through in the aesthetic charm of the pieces of jewellery. A cuff immediately reminds the viewer of classical beautyâ€”like an ancient piece of armour repurposed into a thing of ultra-contemporary excellence. However, despite the classical heft of cuff bracelets, they can be dainty, elegant things as well as bold. Many of our favourite cuff collections here at GMG Jewellers utilize thin strands of precious metal to create an airy piece that fits comfortably against the wearerâ€™s wrist. Given their stylishness, thereâ€™s always an opportunity to wear a cuff!
Popular Cuff CollectionsOne of the most versatile designers we showcase is the inimitable Tacori, whose lines show what cuffs can really do. For example, youâ€™ll adore the clean, slender lines of The Ivy Lane collection, which pairs slender wires of 18k gold with diamond accents. Easily slipped on for daytime wearing, The Ivy Lane cuffsâ€™ geometric style also makes them great for nighttime looks too. If youâ€™re partial to the â€œgeometricâ€, youâ€™ll also appreciate Michael M, whose 14k white, rose, or yellow gold bracelets are completely open, framing the sharp chevrons and allowing them to stand out against the skin of a womanâ€™s wrist.
Simon G. is no slouch when it comes to cuff bracelets too! One of the best qualities of a cuff is its ability to â€œfixâ€ certain elements on oneâ€™s wrist, and the Simon G. Modern Enchantment line does this: The contemporary cool of multi-tone asymmetry comes together with sapphires, rubies, and emeralds to create a dazzling colour sensation that pairs beautifully with any wardrobe. Youâ€™re also sure to like the Hearts on Fire Lorelei collection of cuffs. Named for a mythological German water fairy, this collectionâ€™s flowing abstract curves in 18k gold and twinkling diamonds remind its owner of an ancient river.