14k Gold Lillian Bangle
This solid 14k gold braided bangle is a gorgeous piece to have on your wrist at all times. Slightly chunky, yet still understated and never heavy or uncomfortable. Goes beautifully with Taylor Ring!
Made in Los Angeles
All prices in USD
As each bangle is handmade from start to finish, please allow 1-2 weeks for creation and shipping.
STEP 1: Close your fingers together, bringing your thumb and little finger together (as if you were putting on a bangle).
STEP 2: Using a strip of paper, string, or tape measure, measure around the closed hand at the widest point, pulling the tape snug against the skin. If you are using a plain strip of paper, mark the paper with a pen, then measure the strip with a ruler. This is the circumference of your hand.
STEP 3: Find the hand circumference on the table below. Choose a bangle size with a diameter at least 1/4″ larger than the diameter shown below. If unsure or in-between sizes, we recommend sizing up.
If hand circumference is around 7-8” order petite
If hand circumference is around 8.5″ – 9.5″ order regular
Natalie McMillan is an independent fine jewelry line designed and crafted in Los Angeles, California. Since the summer of 2016, Natalie McMillan has been creating pieces for women to wear, love, and feel comfortable, more importantly, themselves in. Each piece is completely handcrafted from start to finish, which means nothing is made with, or designed on, a computer. Within the line, you will not find perfect symmetry, laser cuts, or exact shapes and edges. What you will find is authenticity, simplicity, beauty in imperfection, and a piece of jewelry that feels like it belongs to you and you alone. Natalie is dedicated to creating pieces that transcend all personal styles and tastes, offering quality fine jewelry for truly everyone.
A NOTE FROM THE DESIGNER
Jewelry has always been a huge part of my life. When I was young, I went to a school (well, it was more of a cult, but that’s a story for another day), where I wasn’t allowed to wear jewelry. Every summer for five years, I would get my ears pierced just so I could have a little sparkle for a few months before school started again and I’d have to take them out. I tried everything to get around the no jewelry rule, trust me. And now, working in this business, I still find myself trying to get around rules, such as: “don’t mix metals”, “don’t wear too much jewelry―it’s distracting”, “less is more”, or my personal favorite, “it isn’t classy to have more than one earring in each ear”. I say screw the rules. Well, if I’m being totally honest, I’d say a different word (I swear like an absolute sailor, but I’m trying to keep it at least a little professional here). I truly believe that if you’re wearing my jewelry, you should wear it however you like. Break the rules and do what makes you feel like the most authentic version of YOU! My jewelry is here to help you do just that.