This is such a pretty bracelet, and the colors are really ooak, and unusual – moss, periwinkle and royal blue with flecks of gold. You don’t see many bracelets with these colors, and yet they are so fashionable. The beads are handmade lampwork, and no two are the same, and they are not perfectly shaped rondelles which adds interest and makes them all the more unusual. This bracelet makes a big, bold statement and you’re sure to get oodles of compliments when you wear this bracelet!!!!
This gorgeous, hand-woven Viking Double Knit bracelet measures 8″ in non-tarnish silver wire (which means you never have to polish it!!) and also features three exquisite handmade lampwork boro beads in shades of lime, periwinkle and black with flecks of gold. The beads are quite large, measuring 1/2″ wide and a circumference of 3/4″.
It also has antique sterling silver tulip end caps and Bali silver bead caps and daisy spacer beads, and a hand forged hook and eye clasp.
If you’d like to purchase this ooak designer bracelet, just click on any of the pictures. If you’d like to see more of my hand-woven Viking Knit and Lampwork bracelets, here’s a link. Enjoy, and happy shopping!!

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