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Zingy orange bracelet from Milomade

New in FCA&C’s online shop is a really vibrantly orange button bracelet by Evie Milo of Milomade.

The latest in her colourful collection of button creations, this one is a taste of hot sunshine (we hope!).  Where do you find space to store all these buttons, Evie!  If orange isn’t your colour – or you can’t make your mind up which to go for – Evie’s sorted that too because you can have a taste of everything with her multi coloured ‘rainbow’ bracelet.  Guaranteed to get people commenting and curiously evocative (think of all those old knitted and stitched garments that the buttons came off), these are great pieces of statement jewellery.  To see her full range, go to FCA&C’s shop.

Orange button bracelet by Milomade

Orange button bracelet by Milomade

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