Mexican Bracelets(454 items)
Welcome to Novica's Mexican Bracelet Gallery! We hope you enjoy viewing our handmade Mexican bracelets below:
Featured Reviews on Mexican Bracelets
My favorite bracelet
This is my favorite bracelet. The craftsmanship is unparalleled with exceptional attention to detail. It is made of Taxco silver, some of, if not the best, silver in the world. The metal molds to your wrist with ease. The bracelet is just the right size for a woman and goes with almost any outfit, casual or formal. I most highly recommend purchasing Aztec Waves.
I LOVE this bracelet and wear it almost every day. I feel like I am missing something when I dont have it on. Its very pretty, just a simple sign of my faith.
Just what I wanted
This is a beautiful cuff - heavy/medium weight silver, both sturdy and comfortable. I got this for my husbands birthday - we are guardians for 2 huskies who look just like the wolves on the bracelet. Truly a perfect gift for him.
Roy Nilson Handcrafted sterling silver and gemstone jewelry
"My designs are 100 percent handcrafted by artisans who preserve traditional techniques. I'd describe my style as simple and original, inspired by life and by my people."
I finished school, but the course work was in no way... read more
Popular Mexican Bracelets
Braided Nylon Bracelet with Mexican Amber in Black, "Amber Night"$17.99
A fun and casual piece, this bracelet's jet black color helps set off the appealing golden honey hues of the three amber beads in its center. Artisan Juan García's products feature amber from the Simojovel mine in the Mexican state of Chiapas. The nylon bracelet is braided by hand, and it can be adjusted to the wearer's desired length.
Taxco Sterling Silver and Hammered Copper Cuff Bracelet, "Modern Strength"$39.99
Inspired by themes of strength, Mexican artisan Guillermo Arregui creates this bracelet, which he crafted in the style of Taxco silversmithing. A hammered cuff of copper is accented by pieces of sterling silver that gleam in the light.
The Mexican Bracelet
Aztec and Maya people created admirable designs with gold and colorful stones. As Christianity arrived, Mexican artisans crafted beautiful cross necklaces and other religious themes with the clever synchronicity of pre-Hispanic beliefs.
Mexico's rich deposits of silver, gold, and gemstones offers artisans a wealth of inspiration. Designs celebrate tradition, including Day of the Dead festivities as well as celebrated artists Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera on sterling silver earrings.
Novica's Mexican Bracelet gallery includes bold and new designs, as well as historic glyphs that also appear in hand-loomed Zapotec rugs.