Bangle Bracelets(410 items)
Welcome to Novica's Bangle Bracelet Gallery! Please enjoy our handmade bangle bracelet collection below:
Featured Reviews on Bangle Bracelets
new retiree getting a new doggie
I purchased earrings with paw prints and added this bracelet to make a new doggie theme gift for a good friend who retired and will be getting a puppy. She loves the jewelry and was so happy to hear the gift would help some less fortunate dogs.
Absolutely beautiful Im so thrilled with my purch,Absolutely beautiful Im so thrilled with my purch
This astonishingly beautiful bangle arrived only five days after order was placed. Absolutely thrilled and l will love this beautiful bangle forever. ,Absolutely delighted with my beautiful bangle. Even better than I expected. Thank you so much.
Perfect for Daily Wear
This is a simply yet classy well manufactured piece. I wear with casual and work attire. Receive several compliments. One of my favorite pieces.
Komang Suastra Sterling silver and gemstone jewelry
"Creating new designs is very exciting."
Popular Bangle Bracelets
Sterling Silver and Faceted Amethyst Bracelet from Java, "Glistening Shells"$99.99
Resembling sea shells, two handcrafted sterling silver charms dangle alongside a 1.5-carat teardrop of faceted amethyst. Rosalia Tarigan designs this Balinese bracelet, which features a sterling cable chain on one side and a gleaming half-bangle on the other.
Sterling Silver Bracelet Handcrafted in Bali, "Balinese Bola"$59.99
Simple but elegant, this lovely bracelet comes from talented artisan Cahya Krisna. Crafted from sterling silver in Bali, the bracelet features dainty balls of high-polished silver separated by smooth bands that encircle the wrist with grace. The name is the Indonesian word for "ball".
Throughout history, bracelets have been worn by many cultures for a multitude of reasons. For example, in some... read more
The Bangle Bracelet
Bangle bracelets are one of the earliest types of jewelry worn by women and men. In traditional Indian weddings for example, they are given to the bride and groom as symbols of their union.
Worn individually or stacked, bangles usually have a circular shape. However, Catherine Clarke in Brazil defies convention with designs that are bold and daring. Having won international acclaim as well as awards in Japan and Switzerland, her designs feature the enigmatic glow of tourmaline on her triangle and square-shaped stainless steel bangles.
In Peru, Mili and Manuel Pujazón are avid admirers of Inca jewelry. Their collections of bull horn bangles and necklaces preserve this millenary tradition. For Demetrio and Yolanda, the rich natural grain of local pumaquiro wood guides their designs of bangles and rings.