Lampworked glass beads, handmade in a family studio in Venice, Italy, decorate these flexible wrap bracelets. Gold-tone beads make them easy to layer with other jewelry for a look that is both traditional and on trend.
I bought this bracelet in both colors, along with the Venetian Glass Wrap Bracelet. This bracelet has a very elegant look ... while I wear the Wrap Bracelet for daily wear, this bracelet looks much more sparkly and fancy and I tend to keep it for more dressy occasions. I am keeping the blue one and giving the gold one as a gift but might just have to obtain the gold one for myself as well as it is really lovely. The center bead is surrounded by a gold ring that makes it look a bit like a tiny globe, which I love. This bracelet also looks great when I stack it with several of my Alex + Ani bangles. Great purchase!
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