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Spiral and Bell Bracelets

$39.00

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Rather than carry paper money, some women of northern Thailand’s hill tribes wear their wealth in the form of jewelry. Heirloom pieces are passed down through generations, or melted and made into new pieces for New Year festivals. These jingly white-metal bracelets are inspired by hill-tribe tradition.


Handcrafted in villages in northern Thailand. White metal. Adjustable 7–8"L. Loop and ball clasp.


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        5.0

        Love the tinkle sounds

        By Kay

        from Mercersburg, PA

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        • I Wear Everyday Use

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        • How To Clean

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        • Daily Wear

        Comments about Spiral and Bell Bracelets:

        The bracelets just what I thought would be and that is very cute.

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        5.0

        I love my bracelets.

        By Kay

        from Mercersburg, PA

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        Pros

        • Just Delightful To Wear

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        • Everyday wear

        Comments about Spiral and Bell Bracelets:

        I waiting for awhile to be able to order them and when I did I couldn't wait for the bracelets to arrive. It was worth it and I just love them. Wear them everyday. Wish I knew how to clean them.

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        5.0

        braclet

        By zee

        from bath,ny

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        • BEAUTIFUL
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        • Soft Tingling Sound

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            I wear my braclet everyday. I love it.

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