Lemon and Line Bracelets

From Newport, Rhode Island comes Lemon and Line, a new nautical-themed jewelry company specializing in fashionable and affordable bracelets crafted from genuine marine-grade line.
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From Newport, Rhode Island comes Lemon and Line, a new nautical-themed jewelry company specializing in fashionable and affordable bracelets crafted from genuine marine-grade line. The company offers three distinct styles of its signature rope bracelet, available in sizes from XS to XL. Named after popular sailing destinations like Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard, each bracelet features a distinctly different style of line, and all bracelets are fastened with a solid silver clasp for a classy finish.

For a personalized twist, Lemon and Line will create custom bracelets for your club or organization using the colors you specify. The company is also sponsoring Thomas Watson’s effort to raise funds for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation through its limited edition pink bracelets. Watson is planning to sail “The Pink Boat” around the world from San Francisco in 2013 and aims to raise $1 million for breast cancer research. Sporting a nifty bracelet is not a bad place to start.

Lemonandline.com $25 

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