I was so tempted to post only this photo and a link to the website where you can buy one of these cuffs for yourself because I think this speaks for itself.
But that wouldn’t be fair to the folks at Evocateur, who produce a wide range of jewelry, with an entire line that appeals to the traveler.
First, about this elephant cuff…
The Indian Elephant cuff is 1.5 inches wide and has 3 little elephants dancing around it. It’s 22k gold leaf and has a high gloss covering it so there’s little to no risk of chipping or scratching the surface.
A red gem adorns the center elephant and adds a nice little touch.
The cuff itself is quite solid. It’s not something that you’d want to open and cinch together but once it’s slipped on, it stays quite comfortably around your wrist. My wrists are on the thin side and it does tend to slip around if I don’t give it just one gentle squeeze (though the company doesn’t recommend this).
All pieces in the Evocateur collection are hand made to order and, therefore, may differ just slightly from piece to piece. But that’s part of the charm, right? You’re really getting a one of a kind item!
The Indian Elephant cuff (above) retails for $318.
You can shop by Category (cuffs, pendants, earrings, belts, etc.) or by collection. Of course, my favorite collection is the Voyages series, which includes maps, flags, Russian dolls, Indian women and more. In addition to the Indian Elephant, here are my top choices:
Paris Pendant – $218
Buddha Pendant – $238
Mumbai Dreams Cuff – $338
I’m not so sure these are something you’d want to travel with but they definitely appeal TO the traveler. Perfect for a night out at an ethnic restaurant or a travel-themed dinner party. Definitely something to put on your wish list!