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Balinese Sterling Silver Link Bracelet

$300.00

Price: $300.00

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Kadek Hendra, a young Balinese jeweler, learned his craft from his silversmith parents. His strong artistic voice is unmistakable in this bracelet that juxtaposes shining sterling silver with oxidized flourishes. This handcrafted bracelet captures the balance of beauty and strength that perfectly matches the culture of Bali.


Handcrafted in Indonesia. Sterling silver. Adjustable 7 1/2–8 1/2"L x 3/8"W. Toggle clasp.


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