While today there are many laws banning or restricting the production and growth of certain substances and plants (most notably marijuana and opium), in 17th and 18th century America, refusing to grow hemp was against the law — with jail time during 1763-1769! Not surprisingly, 80% of all textiles, fabrics, and other sorts of linens were made from hemp until the 1920’s (when cotton came into popularity due to the creation of the cotton gin). While it’s definitely not illegal to not wear this hemp and leather bracelet, you’ll feel like it is if you miss out! A natural blend of black leather and brown hemp thread, this simple but stylish bracelet is adjustable in size and suitable for a wide variety of fashion styles. Pair with a pair of jeans and white shirt for daywear or a little black dress for evening wear.
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