Bohemian Wrap Bracelets(91 items)
Featured Reviews on Bohemian Wrap Bracelets
I opened the package and was just blown away at how BEAUTIFUL this bracelet is. The picture does not do this piece of art justice, its absolutely gorgeous, the workmanship and colors are simply exquisite.
A Favorite Bracelet
I bought this as a present to myself and I just love it. It shows detailed workmanship and beauty. Many thanks to the skilled artisan!
I Love This So Much
My second from this Weaver. It is so lovely. The colors are neutral and match most of my clothes. My only issue is my 6 wrist and I love this kind of wrap bracelet. I give it an extra wrap and pull the bracelet through the loop for a few inches and tuck it under a few lengths. I wouldnt wear it on a hike but it feels safe for small trips.
Popular Bohemian Wrap Bracelets
Colorful Blue Yellow and Orange Glass Bead Wrap Bracelet, "Fields of Happiness"$69.95
Beautiful combinations of color, shape, and texture make this glass bead wrap bracelet a standout. Members of the Weaving Hands of Atitlan of Guatemala handcraft this bracelet, creating a long strand of glass beads in red, yellow, orange, blue, and earthy brown deftly wrapped with light brown nylon cord. The beaded strand can be wrapped around the wrist several times and fastened with a pewter button.
Handcrafted Glass Beaded Wrap Bracelet from Guatemala, "Country Land"$39.95
This eternal wrap bracelet from Guatemala is presented by Cristobal Ramirez featuring colors from his homeland. Petite glass beads in tones of grey, peach, and pink decorate the bracelet, resulting in a soft beauty. The beads are strung between two lengths of slate cord that circle the wrist several times. This accessory closes with an aventurine gemstone button.
Handmade Glass beaded Wrap Bracelet from Guatemala, "Santiago Atitlan Adventure"$39.99
Working with an impressive array of glass beads in earth-tone and turquoise colors, Guatemalan artisan Cristobal Ramirez designs this wrap bracelet. Within two lengths of nylon cord that wrap the wrist, the glass beads are carefully knotted by hand for a bohemian look. Says the artisan, "To create these bracelets, I draw inspiration from the beauties that Santiago Atitlan offers us." The bracelet closes with a pewter button.