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Skulls are often associated with death and doom, but in Mexico skulls take on a celebratory meaning during their annual festival, ‘El Dia de los Muertos’ (the Day of the Dead). Painting their faces with skulls and dressing up as skeletons, patrons of this festival celebrate for multiple days in a row, although often begin the celebrations between October 31st and November 1st in preparation for the official festival’s date of November 2nd. So, get your skulls on! This gold chain bracelet features 3 large metal, smiling black skulls ready to travel with you through everyday life and festivities alike. Celebrate life by celebrating death with this modern chain skull bracelet!
Gold bone bracelet is perfect for zombie and skeleton lovers alike! One size fits most.
Bring the bones, and tie ’em up with this hot silver skeleton bracelet. Each individual bone allows movement between itself and the others, allowing you to bag the bones when you slip it off, or let the bones ride as you walk. One size fits most.
Obsidian is the glossy substance formed when hot volcanic lava rapidly cools with minimal crystal growth — nature’s first glass ceramic material. This beautiful hemp and ceramic bracelet slides open and close despite looking like you’d have to tie it to wear it! Featuring natural tan hemp with deep brown hemp that matches the deep brown-purple found on the turquoise ceramic beads of this bracelet, you’ll love how stylish and natural this bracelet looks on you!
A ceramic object that has been shaped, but not yet heated is known as ‘green body’ — once heated, it is known as ‘fired body’. This bracelet may look like it ties to close, this bracelet easily pulls to open and close! Featuring a variety of small egg-shaped beads with light green crackle tips, this hemp-ceramic bracelet is classy, cute and natural.
Lovers of blue unite! This airy blue hemp and ceramic combo bracelet is both natural and stylish. Features natural tan hemp and beautiful vibrant blue hemp wrap around the edges that beautifully mirrors the blue tips of the ceramic beads, this bracelet will look beautiful no matter what you pair it with.
The word ‘ceramics’ traces back to the Greek word for ‘potter’s clay’ or ‘pottery’: ‘keramos’. Likewise, the ancient Sanskrit meaning of ‘keramos’ is ‘to burn’ — just as clay must be baked at high temperatures in order to form ceramics! This ceramic and hemp bracelet pulls to adjust to the size of your wrist, with three ceramic triangles in mint green, ketchup red, and mustard yellow.
Have you ever wondered where the peace sign first began? Starting out as a logo of the British Group, ‘Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament’ close-associate of Martin Luther King, Bayard Rustin, brought the logo to the United States after vacationing in Great Britain. Used as a symbol in civil rights marches and later reappearing in protest of the Vietnam War, today the British logo is associate worldwide for its association with peace! This gold-plated and sparkling rhinestone peace sign bracelet clasps to fit all size wrists and gives a loving touch of peace to any outfit you pair it with.
This classy bracelet features gold-plated metal chains, faux gold metal bow, and faux white pearls. Elasticity ensures bracelet fits all wrist sizes. Pair with a Chanel-style purse or bag.
August 28th marks National Bow Tie Day in the U.S. This elastic bracelet includes unique silver chains taking up partial form of the bracelet and faux white pearls. Including a silver colored metal bow, this bracelet fits all wrists and suits a variety of feminine and girly styles.
Also known as the ‘Last Spike’, the ‘Golden Spike’ was the ceremonial final joining spike driven into the First Transcontinental Railroad on May 10, 1869. Connecting the central Pacific and Union Pacific railroads, the Golden Spike was driven in by Leland Stanford, and now lies in the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University. Take a few spikes with you, and maybe you’ll get one in a museum one day, with this gold-plated middle finger, bracelet-ring spike combo.
While brown has been a popular color for military uniforms since the late 18th century due to its wide availability and low visibility, this genuine stone bracelet is anything but low visibility. Subtle, yes, but this stone bracelet features beautiful sheen and elegant beaded gold decorative outer edges, clasp and lock. With shades ranging from near-black to light orange-brown, this stone bracelet matches a variety of hair tones, eye colors, and outfits.
Take the flames of your heart and wear them on your arm. Ray Bradbury, author of award-winning book Fahrenheit 451 originally titled it ‘The Fireman’, but with the help of local firemen, changed the name of his book to the temperature at which the paper book burnt — 451 degrees! This genuine stone bracelet features a variety of red, orange, yellow, and white-color stones with decorative yellow beaded edges. Clasps shut using beaded ends!
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