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A long Bohemian crochet wrap bracelet or layered necklace colorful enough to make your inner gypsy twirl with delight, and no two are alike!

A heaping handful of a variety of semi-precious stones and czech glass in all kinds of finishes...sparkling faceted firepolished, rustic picasso, cathedral beads, metallics and smooth rounds, all tightly crocheted on chocolate brown nylon cord. Accented with a sprinkling of high quality Miyuki silver-dipped seed drops with a galvanized, duracoat finish to resist tarnish and fading.

35 inches long and topped with a 10mm clear faceted czech bauble and loop closure...plenty to twist 5 times around your wrist for that earthy tribal look, or to wrap twice around your neck for a fabulous versatile necklace.

No two "Gypsy Spirit" wraps are the same, and each will be as beautiful as the item pictured!

"Always fun, fabulous & bohemian!"
List date: 10/1/2011
Copyright: Images, text and design by 3DivasStudio.

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Colorful crochet wrap bracelet, Bohemian crochet jewelry, long crochet necklace, tribal gypsy boho bracelet earthy, czech glass, gemstones

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: semi precious stones, czech glass, miyuki seed beads, nylon
  • Ships worldwide from Virginia, United States
  • Feedback: 1122 reviews
  • Favorited by: 789 people