Today I reviewed the gorgeous Gaydamak signature hand bracelet in collaboration with MATCHESFASHION.COM. This is one of the label’s signature pieces; this bracelet is designed to be worn in a slightly unusual way: elegantly across the back of the hand. If you love contemporary, quirky design and diamonds, then this unique bracelet is for you! If you spot anything similar, it would just be an imitation piece “inspired” by this original Gaydamak design. Below is our honest opinion on Gaydamak’s black diamond hand bracelet.


This particular piece is perfect to wear in the daytime; however, Gaydamak’s bracelets for special occasions are simply breath taking. As you might imagine, they are the ultimate showstoppers! A piece of jewellery with a difference, this particular hand piece is the gateway into Gaydamak’s world of elaborate and unique hand bracelets.

Design  3 out of 5 stars
Value for money 2.5 out of 5 stars
Showstopper 4 out of 5 stars
Durability 5 out of 5 stars
Craftsmanship 4.5 out of 5 stars
Investment 3 out of 5 stars
GEMOLOGUE SCORE 3.5 out of 5 stars

The Gaydamak 9kt black-gold hand bracelet is lined with 0.51ct black diamonds. At first glance, this piece of jewellery might seem delicate, therefore one might worry about the stones becoming loose or falling out. However, this bracelet stands out for its craftsmanship: each diamond is attached securely within the bracelet hence mitigating the risk of potential loss.


Given the fact that this bracelet is designed to be worn in an unusual way – across the palm – it is surprisingly comfortable. The bracelet fits securely across the curves and structure of the hand, fitting seamlessly beneath the knuckles. Some might find a feeling of strength emanating from this piece, since it hits all the power points on the hand!


This is a jewel that can be worn while doing easy everyday things, such as drinking coffee. But wearing this bracelet could feel restrictive if you are typing or writing for a long time. In addition, because of blood flow, hands naturally swell with the heat or shrink a little when it’s cold. Therefore, one needs to take extra care if it is cold out, since this bracelet could feel a little loose.

In terms of body decoration, it is a piece of jewellery for those seeking something a little different, even if it only means wearing it for short periods of time.

I would love to hear what you think by leaving me a comment below. Thank you! Discover more jewellery reviews by GEMOLOGUE including Freywille bracelet review and Shen London Diana Diamond bracelet review!


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GEMOLOGUE by Liza Urla is a celebration of fine, fashion and vintage jewellery featuring exquisite global discoveries, trendy urban street style, exclusive interviews and rare jewellery reviews.

GEMOLOGUE jewelry blog by Liza Urla is featuring talented jewellery designers, trendy urban street style, exclusive interviews and rare jewellery reviews. This jewellery blog’s goal is to encourage and educate about jewellery online in a fresh and original fashion to inspire women and men across the globe in a fashion and travelling context.

Jewellery blogger, writer Liza Urla, the founder of GEMOLOGUE, is a London-based and NYC-educated gemologist, who has travelled to and lived in many countries. She is now one of the most influential digital jewellery tastemakers. Her jewellery influence has been acknowledged by Financial Times, Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar.

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