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Beautiful India Bracelets

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Marco Polo Bracelet
Marco Polo Bracelet
(Based on 1 review)
Category: Jewelry/Bracelets

Venetian explorer and trader Marco Polo was one of the first Westerners to travel the Silk Road, bringing European goods to Asia and returning with, among other things, precious gems. Here, the journey is embodied in garnet, peridot, amethyst, and granulated 24-k gold vermeil. Renaissance designer Benvenuto Cellini's work for the Medici family is adapted by Chinese jewelers using faceted gems mined in India—true fusion of three cultures. Read more about Marco Polo's journey in Mike Edwards' 2001 series of articles for National Geographic magazine.


$295.00
Hand-painted Peacock Feather Bangles - Set of 2
Hand-painted Peacock Feather Bangles - Set of 2
(Based on 1 review)
Category: Jewelry/Bracelets

The proud peacock is India’s national bird, and its extravagant plumage is found in art and architecture throughout the country. Using the thinnest of brushes, artisans in India hand-paint detailed peacock feathers on these translucent bangles, sealing the intricate design between layers of resin.


$32.00
Mother of Pearl Bangles - Set of 6
Mother of Pearl Bangles - Set of 6
(Based on 5 reviews)
Category: Jewelry/Bracelets

Throughout India, many women continue the age-old tradition of decorating their arms from wrist to elbow with bangles. For some, the bangles are so small that once they’re put on with the assistance of a jeweler, they’re never removed. Our set of mother-of-pearl bangles offers six pastel hues to mix and match or wear as part of an armful. Shell inlaid in brass.


$25.00
Hand-tooled Multicolored Bangles - Set of 3
Hand-tooled Multicolored Bangles - Set of 3
(Based on 6 reviews)
Category: Jewelry/Bracelets

Bangles made in all metals and materials are popular adornments for women throughout India, regardless of age or heritage. In the past, the number of bangles worn would tell a woman's marital status. Here strips of faux ivory are dyed in a range of bright hues and inlaid by hand into a brass frame.


$35.00