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Featured Reviews on Bracelets
Something Different in Bracelet DEsign
This is a very well-crafted bracelet with clear citrine stones. I bought it to go with the Sunshine Daze necklace and earrings by another artist, and it looks great with them!
Every time a bell rings....
I love the gentle tinkle when I move my wrist and hear the chime of this bracelet. Reminds me of “it s a wonderful life” and every time a bell rings an angel gets their wings.
The pictures dont do it justice is a tired cliche, but in this case, its completely true! The bracelet is a work of art, and the quality and craftsmanship are outstanding. I could tell, immediately upon taking it out of the pretty little gift bag in which it was enclosed, that is was made by an artist who took pride in his work. This is NOT some cheap, mass-produced item from a factory in the land of novel viruses; rather, it is jewelry that Id call heirloom quality. It truly is beautiful, its nicely sized but not so huge that itll be uncomfortable or awkward to wear, it arrived a little ahead of the shipping estimate, and she loves it. Im extremely satisfied with the purchase!
Neeru Goel Sterling silver and gemstone jewelry
"Collecting jewelry and gemstones has been my passion ever since childhood."
The artistry of Neeru Goel has been featured in Depth magazine.
Gold Plated Sterling Silver Naga Chain Bracelet from Peru, "Dragon Royalty"$109.99
Fit for royalty, this Peruvian bracelet is designed by Giuliana Valz-Gen, who uses her work to share her love of jewelry with the world. The bracelet circles the wrist with three lengths of 21k gold plated sterling silver Naga chain that run side-by-side, accentuated by gleaming rings.
Handmade Multi-gemstone Sterling Silver Link Bracelet, "Sparkle"$179
More than 21 carats of garnet, citrine, peridot, iolite and amethyst bring a rainbow of color to this sterling silver bracelet. The design is inspired by Rangwali Holi, the Hindu festival where friends and strangers playfully douse each other with vivid colored powders in a celebration of renewal, reconciliation, and thanksgiving.