Viking Double Knit and Lampwork Bracelet

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This exquisite and classy Viking Double Knit bracelet measures 8″ in non-tarnish dove grey coated wire and features a very large handmade focal boro lampwork round in shades of grey, white and just a mere touch of pale yellow.  On each side there are matching grey and white lampwork rondelles.  Also added to those are sterling silver end caps, a silver plated butterfly charm, Bali silver bead caps and spacer beads, and a Bali silver grape leaf toggle clasp. With its neutral colors, this bracelet can be worn with almost anything.

Personaly, I love this bracelet – and I am very tempted to keep it for myself.  It is so versatile – it can be worn just about anywhere and with just about anything,  it’s so rich and classy looking.  The pictures really don’t do this bracelet proper justice!  And it was such fun to make -I find weaving wire to be meditative – a lot like knitting or crocheting in its effect on me as I’m weaving. 

To see more Viking Knit and lampwork jewelry, please click on this link

Happy looking and happy shopping!!


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