Turquoise Hill Tribe Bracelets(47 items)
Featured Reviews on Turquoise Hill Tribe Bracelets
Great for everyday wear
Extremely pretty, the flower and leaf charm give it that something extra. Runs a bit small so watch out for that.
I love to wear multiple delicate bracelets at once and this bracelet has added a lovely bit of color to my collection.
Love this bracelet!
My daughter and I are loving the attention to detail; we never take them off! Waiting for this artist to complete more wraps like these, including the beautiful symbolism of the Star of David button.
Samart Takham Handcrafted jewelry
"When my village began to prosper many investors bought land to build houses to sell, so I had to sell my fields because the surrounding ones had already been bought."
Popular Turquoise Hill Tribe Bracelets
Karen Hill Tribe Silver and Recon. Turquoise Bracelet, "Sky Harmony"$37.99
Possessing the harmonious beauty of the sky, this bracelet is designed by Siranya in Thailand. She works with Karen hill tribe artisans, who offer stamped beads of silver that alternate with beads of reconstituted turquoise. A sterling clasp and ringing bell charm complete this beaded bracelet.
Thai Jewelry Braided Bracelet Turquoise Color 925 Silver, "Turquoise Bohemian"$49.99
The perfect accent to a bohemian style, this braided bracelet captivates with a harmonious contrast of colors. Samart Takham handcrafts the black bracelet with freeform reconstituted turquoise and shiny sterling silver beads.
Karen Silver Beaded Om Bracelet from Thailand, "Mossy Charm"$69.99
Beads of reconstituted turquoise form this handmade stretch bracelet by Thai artisan Tipa. Between the circle of blue-green stones, a row of silver flower-shaped beads are clustered with a charm dangling below them. The charm is a simple disc crafted by the Karen hill tribe with the symbol stamped onto it, a reminder of peace and mindfulness.
950 and Sterling Silver and Reconstituted Turquoise Bracelet, "Flower Season"$57.99
Polished nuggets of cool reconstituted turquoise evoke the spring sky in this bracelet from Thai artisan Samart Takham. The stones are accompanied by polished round beads of sterling silver as well as stamped 950 silver hill tribe beads with a polygonal shape. A three-petaled flower charm completes the design.