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Bridal Statement Beaded bracelet from India. "Queen's Amulet"- wedding broad bracelet bangle. Beads and stone. From Artikrti
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Indian jewellery: Wedding Bracelet for the bride or statement bracelet for the wedding reception party
The "Queen's Amulet": Handcrafted bracelet bangle made in copper with a gold finish. Here is a work of designer art in jewelry from India, directly from what the Rajput queen wore a few centuries back. Each bangle is a work of art that takes woman artist weeks to complete. Are you the Queen for this amulet?
2 X 6.
If you are very familiar with standard bangle sizes, this is size 2 x 6. For those not familiar with this sizing, not to worry. Take a look at the size details below.
Inner diameter of bangles- 2.38" or 2 3/8" OR 6.1 cms. [Inner dimension- Bracelet Closed size]
Bracelet can be opened an extra inch to help you slip it onto your wrist. Best way to see if this fits you is to take a bangle or a bracelet that you currently wear and measure the diameter and ensure that your size is the same or smaller than the diameter mentioned above.
Colors may vary from the digital photograph above
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