Mixed Metals Stack by Gresham
Mixed Metals Stack by Gresham
Mixed Metals Stack by Gresham
Mixed Metals Stack by Gresham
Mixed Metals Stack by Gresham
Mixed Metals Stack by Gresham

Gresham Jewelry

Mixed Metals Stack by Gresham

Sale price$100.00
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Make mine a stack! These curated stacks by Gresham include one each of our Florence gold, rose gold, and silver hammered balls. This stack is available in all band colors and sizes. Best part? We've discounted them to a special bulk price just for you! Set of 3 bracelets.


Your Accessory Necessity - now with an upgrade! 100% waterproof & made with a tarnish-resistant hammered ball, our Florence bracelet is the newest must-have item!

Wear them in the waves or at a white tablecloth dinner, our versatile bangles can be dressed way up or way down! 

Made of smooth silicone and an 18k plated ball, these bracelets are completely water-resistant so swim, sweat, and show off the newest piece in your Gresham collection!

The Florence Collection is an ode to the art of Florentine gold-smithing and inspired by the timeless beauty of the city. It features hand-designed, hammered detail. 

Snap open at the center, snap back together and stack 'em high! 

Measurements: Approx. length

  • Size 1 - 6.25"
  • Size 2 - 7.25"
  • Size 3 - 8.25"

*Size 2 = original size.

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD--Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs


Gresham Meek

I’ve been stringing beads together ever since I was a young girl. I like to say I grew up making friendship bracelets just like every other little girl, except I never stopped. Ever since I can remember I’ve been interested in jewelry. Growing up I constantly took jewelry classes learning how to string, knot, wire wrap, solder, melt and design. I held my first trunk show in the sixth grade with 40 necklaces I made by hand and sold out! I continued creating and selling throughout my adolescent years and furthered my interest throughout college. I’ve always been drawn to the Italian Renaissance so I focused my collegiate studies on the art history of jewelry design and craft in that period. During this time I wrote my senior thesis titled, “Technical and Stylistic Changes in Jewelry from the Time of Theophilus to the Time of Cellini” which explores the significance of jewelry design during the Renaissance.