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Deal of the Day: 30 percent off silver cuff bracelets made by hand in Kentucky

Each bracelet is unique!
by Aline Peres Martins / / Source: TODAY
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Deal of the Day: June 1

Today's deal is 30 percent off handmade silver cuff bracelets from Lela Ray in either a gold-plated or silver-plated finish. Usually, one of these bracelets costs $60, but TODAY fans can get one for $42 on Amazon, no code needed.

Handmade Cuff Bracelets, $42 (usually $60), Amazon

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Each bracelet is inspired by the snaffle bit on a horse's mouthpiece. This signifies a cultural connection to the Bluegrass in Kentucky — where the bracelets are made by hand by Lindsay Combs Jones.

A portion of the proceeds benefits the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

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