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In this vividly colored bracelet, a single cloisonné bead with a white flower on it shares the spotlight with a ruby jade rectangular bead. These two pieces are surrounded with turquoise oval Czech glass beads and one set of red swirl Czech glass rondelles. The colors are inspired by the bright colors found in a kimono garment worn in Japan. The jade focal bead is as smooth as silk and the flower on the cloisonne bead is so lovely that you will want to wear this bracelet every day.


Bracelet measures just under 7 1/2" and comes with a 3/4" extension.

Made up of gunmetal components and is finished off with a lobster clasp closure.


If you would like the chain to be extended, please refer to the "FAQ" section at the bottom of my 'Shop Policies' section.


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These items should not get wet and should not be worn while swimming, washing hands, or showering. When traveling, hand painted jewelry should be put in a pouch, or small jewelry box by itself.

Cloisonne and Pink Jade Bracelet with Czech Glass - The Kimono


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: metal, gunmetal, cloisonne bead, bead, enamel, czech glass, glass bead, jade, stone
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 638 reviews
  • Favorited by: 126 people