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Antique Gold Metal Chain and handmade black and white glass African Trade Beads from the Krobo tribe in Ghana, add rugged personality to this must-have cuff bracelet. The chain, stainless steel and highly polished black obsidian are woven into the 3 layer cuff that simply clamps on and the memory wire holds it in place - easy to put on,comfortable to wear and it looks so fine! There are 3 chains on the inside wrist to "boost your defense by 25 and resistance by 16!" For guys with natural confidence and their own style, this tough men's bracelet design matches your inner strength - a discreetly hardcore addition to your wardrobe. It looks awesome on women too!

Your bracelet will be packaged in a MATCHING origami box that I make from recycled card and will include a photo-card of your exact item with the story about your piece.

Hand made with love ♥
By Lynda Hayes ~ www.etsy.com/shop/LyndaHayesDesigns

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Some Cool Facts About the Beads I Used in This Bracelet:

Each trade bead is handmade. Every single bead is one-of-a-kind.
Bead collectors worldwide appreciate the beauty, originality, durability, and monetary value of African beads.

Powder Glass Trade Beads- These great beads are made by the Krobo Tribe of Ghana, Africa. They are made by crushing glass from bottles or other discarded glass, into a fine powder and heating it so that the particles fuse together. The glass is then poured into clay molds, with a cassava leaf stem used to make the hole. They are baked in an oven and the glass fuses and the casssava stem burns up.

Wearing trade beads is like wearing a piece of history.
Trade beads date back as some of the oldest beads in modern history. Most trade beads have travelled at least three continents, and have been possessed by multiple owners, especially old trade beads. There's nothing more satisfying than wearing a piece of history.

Unlike most of the beads on the market today, trade beads are each made by hand using ancient traditions and techniques. It feels amazing to wear something that was not made by a machine or robot, but rather, by a fellow human.

The Warrior Cuff Bracelet - Obsidian, Chain, Steel and African Bead Cuff Bracelet


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: African Powderglass trade beads, memory wire, antiqued gold chain, aluminum, aluminium beads, obsidian gemstone beads
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
  • Feedback: 46 reviews
  • Favorited by: 21 people