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Indian Jewelry: Cuff bracelet, bridal, red, green, white stone Jewellery. "Tejus or Brilliance"- Party or wedding broad bracelet bangle. From Artikrti
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Indian jewellery: Wedding Bracelet for the bride or statement bracelet for the wedding reception party
"Tejus" or "Brilliance": Kundan Handcrafted bracelet bangle made in copper with a gold finish. The white, red and green stonework is called Kundan- a centuries old craft today picked up by designers for designer art in jewelry from India, directly . Each bangle is a work of art.
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.
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