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HEDY LAMARR BRACELET

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HEDY LAMARR BRACELET

250.00

"World's most beautiful woman."

This glamorous statement cuff is no joke! Ten hours of labor went into this unique piece.

Five-layer cuff 

Metallic silver genuine leather cording with antique shank button.                                       Center row- 20  8 mm freshwater pearls                                                                     

Second rows- 65 hematite stones                                                                             

Third rows- 12 rice hematite, 11 non tarnishing silver beads, 13 Swarovski Crystals, 42 pale pink glass pearls, 2 silver plated decorative elements.

Sizing: fits 7.5 wrist 8.5" in length. This cuff has some weight to it due to the large amount of semi-precious stones.
Colors: pale pink, dark silver, light silver

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MaidenDesigns was established to create awareness and opportunity for individuals working in sheltered workshops (work centers authorized to employ people with disabilities, often paying below-minimum wages and offering little or no community interaction). 100% of the proceeds from each unique, handmade MaidenDesigns piece sold will fund ECO: Waste Not, an organization whose goal is to provide real work and real wages to all, training and empowering employees to contribute to their communities by producing high-quality, sustainably-sourced goods.  

All of the ECO: Waste Not products are produced and sold to provide real work and real pay to people with disabilities.

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Mayer and the studio cast Hedy Lamarr in glamorous parts alongside popular leading men, and promoted her as the "world's most beautiful woman."

 She wrote in her autobiography that she disguised herself as her maid and fled to Paris. However, rumors claimed that Lamarr persuaded husband Mandl to let her wear all of her jewelry for a dinner, then disappeared.