Sterling Silver Stretch Bracelets(202 items)
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Asmara Putra Handcrafted sterling silver and gemstone jewelry
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Popular Sterling Silver Stretch Bracelets
Gold Accented Labradorite Beaded Stretch Bracelet from Bali, "Batuan Harmony"$59.95
Choosing gemstones of natural labradorite, Balinese artisan Ketut Sulastri strings this beaded stretch bracelet with a tonal harmony. The bracelet is accentuated with petite beads of 22k gold plated sterling silver and natural cumala wood. Ketut names the bracelet after Batuan, a Balinese village noted for its handicrafts.
Handcrafted Beaded Cross Bracelet of Taxco Silver, "My Faith"$39.99
Sleek, polished silver mined in Taxco takes the shape of a cross. A symbol of the Christian faith, it graces handcrafted bracelet of beads by Oscar Figueroa. The bracelet stretches slightly to slip over the wrist.
.925 Sterling silver
Tiger's Eye and Onyx Beaded Stretch Bracelet from Bali, "Batuan Renaissance"$54.99
Bold beads of dyed black onyx and intricate tiger's eye stone are punctuated by sterling silver vine motifs, circling the wrist in this stretch bracelet. Bali's Asmara Putra designs it. The bracelet is named Batuan, after a road that runs through the Balinese town of Gianyar, where stands the famous Purah Batuan temple.
Onyx Beaded Stretch Bracelet with Sterling Silver Beads, "Contemplate in Black"$49.99
Asmara Putra of Indonesia creates this onyx beaded stretch bracelet. The bracelet has accent beads in sterling silver. About his work, the artisan notes: “I really like Bali's engraving motifs, and I include them in most of the jewelry I craft.”