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Indonesian Men's Teman Bracelet

$135.00

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Java is renowned for its silversmiths, who have an extensive repertoire of skills and styles. These braided chain bracelets, called teman for the Indonesian word for friend, are made using an interlocked technique known as tulang naga, or “dragon bone.” Sterling silver.


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Made in Indonesia. 8 1/2"L.


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5.0

Gorgeous

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Pros

  • BEAUTIFUL
  • Masculine
  • Well-made

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      Comments about Indonesian Men's Teman Bracelet:

      Beautiful, smooth, well-made bracelet. Very masculine-looking w/out being large / clunky.

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