Bangle Bracelets(425 items)
Welcome to Novica's Bangle Bracelet Gallery! Please enjoy our handmade bangle bracelet collection below:
Featured Reviews on Bangle Bracelets
This is a beautiful item
This is a beautiful bracelet, well-made and designed. It just happens to match a pair of earrings I own perfectly!
Beautiful Quality and Unique
Bought for a gift and my friend loved it. I love buying from Novica As each gift is unique as the artist who cross it. This is the best website if you want quality uniqueness without breaking your wallet!
This bracelet is shiny and bold. It can just be worn alone or combined with other bracelets. I am thinking about maybe getting another one and wearing them together. It s just a classic bracelet. Love it!
Popular Bangle Bracelets
Dot Pattern Brass Bangle Bracelets from India (Pair), "Delightful Dots"$17.99
Perfect for sharing with a friend, this pair of bracelets is created by Indian artisan Sabir. He works with brass, crafting two bangles that are accentuated by dot patterns and a combination of finishes for an antique aesthetic.
Natural Turquoise Bangle Bracelet from Bali, "Harmony of Three"$49.99
Harmoniously simple, this bangle bracelet from Bali artisan Komang Suastra features a slender silver tube punctuated by beautiful natural turquoise. The three cabochons are flanked by Balinese-style silverwork with a contrasting oxidized finish.
The Bangle Bracelet
Bangle bracelets are one of the earliest types of jewelry worn by women and men. In traditional Indian weddings for example, they are given to the bride and groom as symbols of their union.
Worn individually or stacked, bangles usually have a circular shape. However, Catherine Clarke in Brazil defies convention with designs that are bold and daring. Having won international acclaim as well as awards in Japan and Switzerland, her designs feature the enigmatic glow of tourmaline on her triangle and square-shaped stainless steel bangles.
In Peru, Mili and Manuel Pujazón are avid admirers of Inca jewelry. Their collections of bull horn bangles and necklaces preserve this millenary tradition. For Demetrio and Yolanda, the rich natural grain of local pumaquiro wood guides their designs of bangles and rings.