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Sarai Tareen Garden Bracelets - Set of 3

$39.00 Sale Price:   $19.99

Price: $39.00 Sale Price:   $19.99

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Bangles are an important part of women’s dress in many Indian cultures. Specific colors and materials can tell a woman’s marital status or hometown. These brass bangles feature hand-painted flowers in porcelain-like enamel. Handmade in Sarai Tareen in northern India, where more than half of the residents are craftspeople known for their jewelry made of horn, shell, beads, wood, and metal.


3/4"W x 2 3/4" diameter.


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5.0

Beautiful colors

By SWVAMTNGRL

from SW Virginia

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Pros

  • Will go with anything

Cons

  • none

Best Uses

  • Great With Dress Clothing

Comments about Sarai Tareen Garden Bracelets - Set of 3:

All three are beautifully painted and will work well with any colors.

  • Was this a gift?:
  • Yes

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Really beautiful bracelets.

By Yo

from Fort Lauderdale, FL

Pros

  • Can be given seperately

Cons

  • no cons

Best Uses

  • Wear with most everything

Comments about Sarai Tareen Garden Bracelets - Set of 3:

Wear with just about everything

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