JB671

Woven Copper Coin Cuff Bracelet

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Our new crocheted bracelets are in!  A beautifully woven, black and brown cuff includes 4 layers of black  stones and gold beads accompanied by antique copper stamped coins.  Bracelet is semi-adjustable with a loop closure and features four black obsidian beads, allowing you to tighten it if needed.  Obsidian is a very protective stone and is excellent for removing negativity; it is related primarily to the root chakra.

Measures about 9 inches around and can tighten to about 4 inches; approximately 1 1/8 inches wide. Antique copper coins are 10 mm.  Made in Nepal.

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05/26/2018
Joanne C.
United States

Beautifully crafted

Very nice piece, but I found it to be awkward to wear. I think it would be great for a special occasion or for other uses/decor. I rested it on a bottle shaped vase and it was quite artistic. Perhaps a larger ***** wrist?

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04/26/2018
Lisa

My new old friend

This bracelet has the feel of something you've had forever.. like a favorite pair of jeans or a leather jacket with that broken-in softness. It lays on your skin with a heft that hugs so nicely. And the cool black stones and waxed woven cords gives the wearer a sense of feeling grounded. The little coins do not ****** as you might imagine (like the coins on a belly dancer's belt). But they do have movement which adds to its character. They symbolize to me prosperity and good fortune. It's that kind of feels-so-good accessory you don't want to take off. It has a curved shape so it fits on the wrist like it's custom made for your hand, with a toggle and loop closure design, and the bead is snug going through the loop so it feels securely fastened. It may sound odd but this bracelet feels like a treasure I was meant to find along my way. I love it.

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