Three Bracelets To Make Your Other Wrist Jealous
December 8, 2008 by Tierra Wilson
Bracelets date back to 2500 BC worn by Sumerians in southern Mesopotamia and were made prominent in Ancient Egypt. The Ancient Egyptians realized the exquisiteness of jewelry, especially bracelets, as a way to add sumptuousness to a part of the body that has been admired for ages…the wrist.
Put something luxurious on your wrist for your next holiday cocktail party with this 14K Gold Mesh Bracelet. This gold mesh bracelet comes in two lengths, 7 or 8 inches, and a protected box clasp and safety attachment. The gold was designed artfully by an expert craftsman to give the appearance of hand woven mesh. Also, to complement the bracelet check out the 14K Solid Gold Mesh Necklace.
Our favorite: The Multi-Color Sapphire Rainbow Bracelet in 14 K white gold. Each of the 80 authentic gems is a collaboration of multi-colored sapphires and equals a total of 4.89 carats. The colors all blend together in a rainbow spectrum of reds, oranges, yellows, greens, blues and pinks. Your investment will be protected with a secure insert clasp and additional safety latch.
Something Heart Warming
Warm the heart this year with this Dangling Heart Bracelet in 14K Yellow Gold. This is a great holiday gift that comes with a simple and gorgeous 9 x 12 mm heart pendant. The chain is actually Singapore styled, the bracelet is a combination of thin and elegant 14k yellow gold ropes that leave the clasp, wrap securely around the heart, and returns. The clasp is a lobster claw for added security and can be complemented by a Dangling Heart Necklace in 14 K yellow gold.
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