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Stunning southwestern bangle. Contemporary wearable art bracelet. Bright colors of the Southwest. Light. Sunlight.

To see more handmade wearable bangles visit here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/MicheleACaron?section_id=11906160

Signed MC and dated as a collector's series for fine art and jewelry.

Dimensions: ONE SIZE ONLY, 1 5/8” height x 11” outer circumference x 2 ¾” inner diameter, 9-10 layers of handmade gesso on wood substrate,enamel paint, sealed with a protective "clear coat".

All my pieces are made with good intent and most of all, with joy. If you have any questions about sizing or fit please convo me and I would be happy to speak with you. Enjoy and thank you for visiting my shop. ~ Michele

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"The Cheyenne are thought to have branched off other tribes of Algonquian stock inhabiting lands around the Great Lakes in present-day Minnesota, perhaps ca. 1500". The Cheyenne Indians painted and beaded their art work on the hides of the buffalo. Their artistic abilities and designs were also exhibited in the many different types of medicine wheels, flutes, clothing, pottery and mandalas.

Stunning SOUTHWESTERN Bangle Bracelet - Art Bangle CONTEMPORARY Wearable ART Bangle


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: enamel, paint, turquoise, gesso, wood, red orange, white, yellow, clear gloss
  • Only ships within United States.
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