Red Bracelets from Mexico(34 items)
Featured Reviews on Red Bracelets from Mexico
Bold Piece of Jewelry
This cuff bracelet is a real statement piece. Its comfortable to wear yet heavy, like an expensive piece of jewelry. I really enjoy wearing it.
Just like the picture!
It fits my wrist perfectly. Is so easy to put on and to take off. It is extremely well made. I love the colors, the patterns, everything!
Oscar Figueroa Escorcia Sterling silver jewelry
"My collections are based in the origin and traditions of our culture - some are entirely classic, while others also incorporate highly stylized elements."
“I now have more than 30 years as a jewelry designer; silverwork is iconic where I live in Taxco, Guerrero. I am very passionate about my work, and it gives me an incredible pleasure to capture the traditions that have given us identity, through a creation in... read more
Popular Red Bracelets from Mexico
Blue topaz and garnet cuff bracelet, "Taxco Harmony"$249.99
Bold and elegant, this bracelet is the unique design of Guillermo Arregui in Mexico. The cuff is crafted by hand with highly polished silver featuring hammered textures. Arregui adds peridot, blue topaz, citrine, moonstone and garnet to his design for a harmonious contrast.
.925 Sterling silver
Maya Inspired Bracelet with 925 Silver and Jasper Pendants, "Maya Integration"$49.99
"I found inspiration for this bracelet's design in the profound contents of Maya prophesies and their philosophy. My intention is that the wearer can identify and manifest such concepts as love, hope, light, balance, freedom and infinity," explains Oscar Figueroa Escorcia. He translates his inspiration into a sterling silver spiral pendant that represents integration; a green jasper hangs beneath. The pendant centers various waxed cotton cords in raisin brown and tangerine, and the bracelet closes with a magnetic clasp.
Three Periwinkle and Russet Cotton Wristband Bracelets, "Geometric Path"$14.99
Encircling the wrist with geometric patterns in periwinkle and russet, this set of three wristband bracelets is created by Mexican artisan Manuela Gomez. She hand-weaves each bracelet by hand from cotton on the traditional backstrap loom.