Andromeda Bracelet

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Andromeda Bracelet

33.00

The Andromeda bracelet is a double stranded silk cord bracelet with short gold tubes that shift freely. We like to think of it as a feminine statement on minimalism. 

  • Available colors: Black, Grey and Blush
  • Length is 6.5" (6" and 7" are available by special order, please email us)
  • 14k gold-filled tubes and clasp, silk cord
  • Handmade in San Francisco
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Abacus Row is an independent brand of refined and understated handmade jewelry. The minimal designs reflect a subtle approach to details; designed for the thoughtful consumer with a discerning eye and an effortless sense of style with a distinct balance of pattern work and minimalism. Abacus Row strives for sustainability in jewelry design by creating pieces of lasting quality and timeless appeal. We do this with minimal and high-quality material use, simple composition, and an absence of obvious ornamentation. Each piece of jewelry is meticulously designed and crafted by our small team of two. We make and package every order in our studio in San Francisco.

Founded in 2012 by Christine Trac. Christine’s work and appreciation for jewelry are shaped by a multicultural upbringing and an interdisciplinary background. She grew up in Olympia, Washington, where her parents and many other Vietnamese refugees settled in the early 1980s. From an early age, Christine learned to find balance in differences, to identify where things intersect, and how to create with limited resources. Christine views jewelry as objects of culture and identity and approaches her work with Abacus Row with an interdisciplinary interest. Christine attended the University of Washington and Yale University where she studied the implications of environmental conservation on local communities in SW China. While a departure from her current work, Christine’s background in ethnography and conservation science influences how she sees the details in everyday routine and practices. She is inspired by both the natural ways in which things come together and the innovative approaches used to produce unexpected connections. Abacus Row is an on-going exploration of material and community intersections.