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Meet your dark and edgy match when wearing the bold style of King Baby's Silver Clasp with Black Onyx Bead Bracelet. The embellished toggle clasp shows off your passion for fine details. The designer inspires and personalizes his looks for the man with a part rocker, part biker attitude.
At 15, Mitchell became a jeweler's apprentice and shortly thereafter began designing on his own. With his trademark charismatic personality, he soon made the right contacts and quickly became the 'go to jeweler' for both Hollywood and rock stars. His fans ran the gamut from Liz Taylor to the rock 'n' roll royalty of the era. The biker crowd soon caught on, requesting personalized jewelry and buckles. Being an avid biker himself, Mitchell has always considered the origin of his company "half rock 'n' roll and half outlaw biker."
Designing with men in mind, he soon realized many women were buying for themselves. In 2007, King Baby Studio officially launched Queen Baby for women, with extraordinary success.
Santa Monica-based, King Baby Studio offers handcrafted pieces that unite chunky sterling silver with precious stones and leather. Mitchell's creations are bold and substantial, featuring edgy motifs such as skulls and daggers for the King Baby line, and slightly scaled down feminine motifs such as roses and crowned hearts for the Queen Baby's out there. Many styles span both collections, appealing to that ever expanding "chosen few."
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||King Baby|
|Metal stamp||925 Sterling|
|Stone Creation Method||Natural|
|Stone Treatment Method||Not treated|
i was dissapointed, it looked cheap like something i would pay $20 for,also pulled the hair on my armPublished 10 months ago by Michael Black
Wow! I had been in the market for a nice beaded men's bracelet for a while, some had to shinny of a finish on the beads. This bracelet is awesome well made product.Published 12 months ago by Kenneth DUPree