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Double wrap leather and bead bracelet, green and grey South African Imfibinga seeds, silver beads,leather cord, adjustable bracelet

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This versatile double wrap leather and bead bracelet looks great on its own and layers well other bracelets. Brown genuine leather cord with olive green and grey Imfibinga beads and antique silver rounded square beads (4mm). It's finished off with a Tierra cast trickle button. The bracelet has three loops to fit most wrists. 6.5" - 8.5" (17.5cm - 22cm)

Imfibinga seeds, also known as Zulu teething beads, river beads, or Job’s tears, are found near the Mpumalanga River in KwaZulu Natal in South Africa. The wild grass has been gathered by generations of Zulu women, and the seeds have been used as a natural baby teething remedy. Once the seeds mature, they have a natural hole in the middle, which I widen to create my jewellery.

Your purchase will be wrapped in tissue paper and placed in a reusable cotton muslin bag. I ship in a padded envelope to keep the cost low and to protect your purchase!


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Double wrap leather and bead bracelet, green and grey South African Imfibinga seeds, silver beads,leather cord, adjustable bracelet

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  • Materials: leather cord, imfibinga seeds, South African beads, Tierra Cast button, silver beads, beads
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