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Danse Macabre Bracelet

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Danse Macabre, a 15th century movement in European art, depicted death as the thing that ties all living beings together. No matter how high or low-born, all must one day dance to Death's tune.

This hand-strung bracelet, inspired by the dance that all will one day join, is comprised of reconstituted stone beads in the shape of cheerful-looking skulls, blue and gold faceted glass beads, and two oblong black beads that serve as leaves for the silver-toned rose. It has a good weight, but not too heavy on the wrist; the rose is hollow and won't spin the bracelet upside-down.

If you're looking for something to fiddle with on a bad day, this bracelet also provides an array of different textures and materials to focus on.

The bracelet is approximately 8" in circumference, with a little stretch from the elastic cord. If you're interested in a smaller one, please send me a message and I'll make one for you.

This bracelet is of my own design and hand-strung.

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Danse Macabre Bracelet

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  • Handmade item
  • Bracelet length: 8 Inches
  • Materials: glass beads, elastic jewelry cord, reconstituted stone beads, plastic beads
  • Feedback: 11 reviews
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