Pure Gold Small Multi-Icon Bracelet

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Small 14k yellow gold multi-icon bracelet. Bracelet measures 6.75" in length. This pure gold bracelet features a butterfly, a wishbone, a peace sign, an evil eye, a daisy, a love script, a happy face, a ladybug, a horseshoe, an elephant, a clover, a bee, a heart, a hamsa, a starburst medallion, a lips charm and a monstera leaf. 

Icon meanings:

Butterflies symbolize change and hope, luck and transformation.  When you wear a Sydney Evan Butterfly, you embody not only the beauty of the butterfly, but the beauty of an evolving soul.

The wishbone is a common symbol of luck and fortune. Rosanne has fond memories of breaking the wishbone with her father at the dinner table.  Wear the Sydney Evan wishbone to make your wishes come true!

A real lover of the 70’s, Rosanne wanted to immortalize her favorite decade with the icon to represent it all: the peace sign. After all, peace is the most important thing next to love.

The evil eye is an ancient symbol, most popularly said to protect from those who wish to harm us with envious gazes.  Wear a Sydney Evan evil eye for its protective qualities.

The happiest of all the flowers, the daisy represents psychedelic flower power. A huge fan of the 70’s, Rosanne wanted to incorporate her favorite decade and girlishness into an icon - thus the Daisy!

Thanks to Rosanne’s constant doodling, this signature script is a staple to the Sydney Evan brand since 2008. As she says herself, “Love never goes out of style.”

Inspired by the 70’s, Rosanne designed this icon to represent the patches she used to sew onto her jeans and stickers on her denim folder or guitar case. Anytime you see a Sydney Evan happy face, you can’t help but smile back! Besides, you can’t have peace and love without happiness!

Some believe that if a ladybug lands on you, it is a sign of good fortune. Wherever you see one, good omens are to follow.

Sydney Evan started with one single charm in 2001 a horseshoe. Not only has this icon continued to evolve with every collection over the years, but it is a symbol for good luck, as long as you keep it right side up!

Elephants symbolize good luck, wisdom, and peace. It is said that an elephant with an upturned trunk is a sign of good luck. Like Rosanne’s Aunt Jane once said, always keep your elephant close and good things will come!

It is no secret that a four leaf clover is a symbol of good luck. Carry it with you wherever you go!

Bumblebees represent continuous creation of life. Without bees, we wouldn’t have flowers, plants, and fruit. While this icon represents life and beauty, it is also a reminder of how important bees are to our ecosystem.

The heart is the most common symbol of love. What better way to show love for yourself and others than with a Sydney Evan heart!

The hamsa is a very respected and holy symbol.  Those who wear a hamsa are protecting themselves from evil and bring in goodness, luck, and positivity.

One of our loveliest silhouettes, the Starburst icon represents star power and the universe. Stars have been a guiding force since the beginning of time. Wear a Sydney Evan starburst to remind yourself that you are on the right path.

Love is the most important theme in all Sydney Evan collections. Whether shown literally through our signature love script or figuratively with a kiss.

Aside from being a favorite plant in today’s popular culture, the Monstera Leaf has a deeper significance. Naturally growing in the tropical rainforests of Panama and Southern Mexico, the Monstera Leaf is a symbol for a long and prosperous life.



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Please use caution when applying hairsprays, lotions, colognes and perfumes when wearing Sydney Evan jewels. Their application may cause the metal to tarnish. When cleaning fine jewelry it is always best to leave it to a professional as many home cleaning methods may cause damage.
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Orders placed Monday - Friday will ship within 2-3 business days, unless expedited shipping is selected. All orders require a signature upon delivery. Sydney Evan does not process or ship orders on Saturday, Sunday or on observed holidays. *Holiday Return Policy Update: Items purchased on SydneyEvan.com and shipped to a U.S. address on or after November 23rd 2022, may be returned to Sydney Evan for refund or exchange within 30 days from the date you receive your order. Items purchased on SydneyEvan.com and shipped to a U.S. address may be returned to Sydney Evan for return or exchange within 7 days from the date you receive your order. Returns and exchanges are only accepted on unworn, unaltered items returned in original packaging (Sydney Evan box and/or pouch). Please email love@sydneyevan.com for return requests.

Size guide

Ring Sizing

Cut a thin stripe of paper or thread. Wrap the paper/thread around your finger. Mark the spot where the paper /thread meets. Measure the length of the thread with your ruler and use the below chart to determine your ring size.

US Ring Sizes Inches
2 1 9/16
2 ½ 1 ⅝
3 1 11/16
3 ½ 1 ¾
4 1 13/16
4 ½ 1 7/8
5 1 15/16
5 ½ 2
6 2 1/16
6 ½ 2 1/8
7 2 3/16
US Ring Sizes Inches
7 ½ 2 1/4
8 2 5/16
8 ½ 2 ⅜
9 2 7/16
9 ½ 2 ½
10 2 9/16
10 ½ 2 ⅚
11 2 11/16
11 ½ 2 ¾
12 2 13/16


Our chains vary in length and style. Note that pendant size and your neck circumference can impact where your necklace actually falls.


Our standard bracelet size is 6.25" for women and 7" for men. All beaded bracelets are made to the order and can be made in any size."

  • Using a string, ribbon, or measurement tape, measure the circumference of your wrist just above the wrist bone (toward the elbow).
  • Make a note of the number at the point where the measuring tape meets the O.
  • If your wrist appears to be between two sizes, we suggest you choose the larger size. (ex. if you measured 6-6.26 inches with the string test, we always advise that you order size 6.5).

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