No Stone Bracelets from West Africa
I love my blue bracelets. I spent a month in Rwanda and Uganda with a 2015 CNN Hero of the Year nominee I am helping to write his autobiography. Being a male, we never got close to jewelry. I fell in love with Rwanda and the traditional tribal dresses and skirts. I also craved jewelry. I have my beautiful bracelets on right now. They're beautiful. I love everything about Africa and always have. Now that I've been in two of the countries, my jewelry means even more.
This a beautiful and lightweight cuff bracelet. You can tell it was made with precision, care, and love. You can dress this up or wear it more casually if you like. Work best for a medium sized wrist.
This piece is so versatile. The color goes with everything. Have several other colors. Waiting for aqua or teal to complete my collection.
"My forefathers were predominantly millet and cattle farmers, and they would use the leather of the animals for accessories such as talismans, bangles and necklaces for personal use."
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