Traditional medicine in many Eastern cultures ascribes healing properties to various metals, minerals, and herbs. The copper and brass in this twisted and hammered wire bracelet is sometimes considered helpful for arthritis and for heart and liver conditions. Handmade in Nepal by skilled artisans using metalwork techniques handed down through generations of craftsmen.
Handcrafted in Nepal. Approximately 1/2"W and 7" from end to end.
Comments about Handcrafted Himalayan Copper Bracelet:
It ended up being 1/2 of an inch smaller than described and the edge of the bracelet had a rough edge to it and cut into my husbands wrist. He was going to try to file it down, but being it was smaller than he wanted I just ordered another one some where else.
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Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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