Hand jewels

Handcuffs, palm bracelets, handlets - whatever you call them, these novel forms of adornment will up your jewellery game significantly.

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  • This sculptural hand bracelet by Mike Joseph spins a web of white gold chains across the front of the hand. Founder Mike Saatji devised a complex mechanism that allows the gold to be extremely malleable whilst holding its shape when worn ($3,999).
  • No one does hand bracelets better than Lebanese jewellery house Yeprem. Part ring, part palm bracelet, the Flirt weaves its way around the fingers before creeping around the front of the hand, culminating in clusters of marquise-cut diamonds ($11,500).
  • This Kiss My Hand bracelet is understated for Delfina Delettrez, but not all customers are brave enough to embrace the giant brooch trend. Instead, they can slip on this pink sapphire jewel and, in the most delicate of ways, still feel like they are defying convention (£1,500).
  • Bored of traditional bangles? Try a palm bracelet, which secures firmly around the hand and is so comfy you'll forget you're wearing it. Lily Gabriella's Infinitas palm cuff in rose gold, set with blue sapphires, is a modern take on the infinity symbol (£10,000).
  • A completely fresh take on the hand bracelet, rows of blue sapphires set into blacked silver, adjoined to a gold band, orbit the hand in perpetuity in Gaelle Khouri's Soft Deconstruction Perpetuity design (£1,400).
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