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Colombian Sterling Silver Lace Cuff Bracelet

$119.00 Sale Price:   $69.99

Price: $119.00 Sale Price:   $69.99

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Colombia’s traditional fashions are on full display during holidays and festivals, like the Carnival of Barranquilla, which marks the beginning of Lent. Women often wear skirts and blouses decked with handmade lace, a tradition that arrived with the Spanish in the 15th century. This seemingly delicate bracelet of vintage lace dipped in sterling silver speaks to the resilience of the Colombian people and the blending of cultural traditions.


Sterling silver-plated vintage lace. Handcrafted by women in rural Colombia. 1"W x 7"L.


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Beautiful, timeless bracelet

By Charlie the traveler

from San Fransico, CA

Pros

  • Adjustable
  • High Quality craftmanship
  • History
  • Sterling silver
  • Stylish
  • Unique Design

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Gift For A Stylish Woman

    Comments about Colombian Sterling Silver Lace Cuff Bracelet:

    This is a beautiful bracelet that my fiance fell in love with the moment she saw it! I then showed the bracelet to my sister, to get her opinion, and now she too wants the bracelet!

    Both of these women are very stylish conscientious consumers. My fiance collects fine jewelry from all around the world and she said that this peice was unlike any other that she had seen in all of her travels. She loved the history and story of the lace and the women who craft the bracelets. I cannot wait to see her face when I give it to her!

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