This stainless steel bracelet with a magnetic clasp is Cecilia’s Steel's signature design. It was first featured at the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach as part of the Women’s Day Festival “Empowerment through the Arts” and the National Endowment for the Arts website.
Weight: 0.7 oz
Care: Wash with warm soapy water (dishwasher detergent works best), rinse well, and dry with a soft cloth to avoid spots from any mineral residue from the water.
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Cecilia Taibo Rahban - Founder/Designer
Known for her creations in the visual arts field, Uruguayan born artist Cecilia Taibo Rahban now brings her vision and sensitivity to jewelry design. She has chosen stainless steel, chain maille in particular, as the medium for her latest creations, as it embodies the qualities she wishes to inspire: elegance and boldness, fluidity and strength, for her pieces to be grounding yet airy; she presents us with delicate jewelry pieces that are steel strong.
Her signature design: "Steel Pearl" was introduced at the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach as part of the Women’s Day Festival: “Empowerment through the Arts,” then featured along with My Art Story at the National Endowment for the Arts website. This design has been showcased at local and international art exhibitions; among others: Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, World Art Dubai, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, M.A.D. (Moda Arte Design) Gallery Milano in Milan, and most recently at the L.A. Art Show as part of "Diversity Walks and Talks" by Miss Art World.