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Thin silver bracelet for man with Swarovski crystal element

joyelly Thin silver bracelet for man with Swarovski crystal element
joyelly Thin silver bracelet for man with Swarovski crystal element joyelly Thin silver bracelet for man with Swarovski crystal element joyelly Thin silver bracelet for man with Swarovski crystal element
Euro 38,00
available

Length: made to order

Materials:
- solid pure silver nuggets, Karen Hill Tribe, dim about 2 mm;
- Swarovski crystal elements, dim. 2,5 mm
- Sterling silver spring clasp, dim. 5 mm;
- Professional steel beading wire;

Description:
Thin pure silver bracelet.

Minimalist bracelet, for her or for him, thin and brigth, handmade with small pure and solid silver nuggets, Karen Hill Tribe, (the silver percentage is 97-99%, instead that the 92.5% as in traditional silver. This it improves the resistence to the natural oxidation) and on the centre I've put a small Swarovski crystal element, black color...very stylish.

Available also green emerald Swarovski crystal.

This bracelet could be a nice gift ideas for the couple: for man with the Swarovski crystal in the middle, for women with the Swarovski crystal sideways… but if you want they can be the same side. :-)

Very thin and chic, perfect for everyday and with every outfit.

Special gift idea for every occasion: wedding, degree, birthday, anniversary...

In combination there is available the necklace: https://www.joyelly.com/en/collane/069-collana-argento-karen-hill

Handcrafted bracelet, handmade with quality materials.


What is Karen Hill Tribe Silver?

Karen Hill Tribe Silver is a high purity silver (97%-99%) that will not tarnish as readily as sterling silver (92.5%). These fair trade beads are handcrafted by Karen Hill Tribe artisans in Thailand.

The Karen Hill Tribe is the largest of the 6 principal hill tribes of Thailand. Historically the Karen tribe relied primarily on opium cultivation as their main source of income. In the early 1960's, the King & Queen of Thailand decided to help the Karen people develop an alternative to growing opium as their main source of income by teaching them a a new skill. Silversmiths were brought in to teach Karen farmers the art of jewelry and bead making using fine silver. These techniques are now passed down to each generation, enabling them to use their craft to sustain the tribe as a whole.



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