Bohemian Beaded Bracelets(439 items)
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I especially love the intricate craftmanship on this beautiful bracelet it is just stunning. The color of the beads are beautiful and the brass is such a shiny addition !! Love my bracelet !!
This multi-strand bracelet is beautiful and well-made. The neutral colors go with anything. You can t go wrong with her work!
This bracelet brings a sense of comfort to all.
Beautifully crafted. Detailed. Well made, it remains a favorite. This was a gift, and it has been cherished. I feel this bracelet is welcoming when viewed by another, it brings peace.
Tiraphan Hasub Handcrafted jewelry
"I believe many women think like me, and that's what inspired me to create jewelry that is original."
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Popular Bohemian Beaded Bracelets
31 Bits Blue Recycled Paper Stacking Bracelets (Pair), "31 Bits Bracelets"$24
Two assorted bracelets handmade in Uganda. The beads are made from recycled paper - one size fits most. Keep one and give to a friend, or wear both! Perfect for stacking. Feel good supporting 31 Bits' mission to drive positive change in the world by supporting artisans.
Due to the handmade nature of these products, the color may vary slightly.
Multi Gemstone Beaded Bracelet from Thailand, "Beads and Bells"$44.95
Handcrafted by Thai artisan Tiraphan Hasub, this exquisite beaded bracelet features five strands of gemstones and brass beads on brown polyester cord that culminate in a clasp of small brass bells. Brightly colored lapis lazuli, red jasper, dyed blue calcite, and composite turquoise create a striking contrast with the golden-colored brass, making this bracelet a magnificent accessory.
Colorful Glass Beaded Macrame Bracelets (Set of 7), "Boho Histories"$39.95
In a vibrant array of colors, nylon cord is used to hand-macrame seven bracelets with a bohemian style. Promoting rural artisans in Guatemala, Wakami presents this set of bracelets, each of which features a unique design. Some close with metal buttons and others feature adjustable sliding knots. According to Wakami, these bracelets represent the history of Guatemala; the creation of the sun, the stars, water, air, plants, animals, as well as children are each signified by a different bracelet.