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These decorative bangles are adapted from metalwork in the Indian collection of the 1851 Great Exhibition at London’s Crystal Palace. The exhibition showcased items from around the world and has influenced artists and designers for more than 150 years. Indian jewelry artisans make these hand-painted brass bangles in an airy workshop in Delhi.


Hand-painted in India. 1/2"W x 6 1/2"L.


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Attractive and comfortable

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  • Great Addition To Fall Wa
  • Pretty colors

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    • WEAR WITH ANYTHING

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