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Three Sisters Carnelian Bracelets - Set of 2

$45.00

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Chiang Mai’s famous night bazaar thrums with creativity. It’s a must-do for any visitor to Thailand, but it’s no tourist trap. Here among the stalls selling clothing and DVDs, hundreds of artisans work and display their crafts, soaking up the energy and inspiration that surrounds them.


The three sisters who create this pair of casual, autumn-hued bracelets run a small jewelry studio just around the corner from the market. Each bracelet features natural carnelian stones and brass-colored beads, painstakingly hand-knotted with linen cord and finished with a coconut-wood button. The result is a blend of wear-with-everything colors that are anything but neutral.


Handmade in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Carnelian, brass-colored beads, waxed linen cord. Adjustable from approximately 7 to 8 1/2"L.


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