Men's Cord Bracelets(175 items)
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Hope for unity
I really love the symbolism of this bracelet. So appropriate during this time. Well made and comfortable. The nylon? bracelet part will loosen slowly with wearing, but cannot completely come apart and does not slip off. Great for all who want to make a gentle statement about their wish for unity among friends, family, strangers, society.
Ive purchased other bracelets for my husband, but the clasps can be complicated. This one is perfect. Its magnetic but, with a little turn, its secured. I think hes going to love it.
Napapat Handcrafted silver and macrame jewelry
"Their works were very creative and beautiful, but also distinctly Thai: their methods unchanged from mother to daughter."
Popular Men's Cord Bracelets
Leather Braided Cord Bracelet with a Sterling Silver Compass, "True North"$89.95
Henry Anthony Sanny pays homage to the unwavering accuracy of the compass in this handsome bracelet. Two bands of braided dark brown leather surround the wrist. Sterling silver elements anchor each end, while a matching compass motif button serves as a clasp.
Brass and Black Obsidian Cord Unity Bracelet from Bali, "Golden Handshake"$29.99
Crafted of golden brass, hands come together to clasp an orb of black obsidian. They seem to share both its weight and responsibility in a single gesture of friendship. Henry Anthony Sanny displays the lovely pendant on a black cord unity bracelet. The sliding clasp reads "Fight Racism."
Andean Sterling Silver Kintu Pendant Unity Bracelet, "Three Worlds in Union"$23.99
Three coca leaves come together in a bouquet known as a In Andean thought, it is a symbol of the union of the three worlds — the worlds of the living, of the dead and of the gods. It is also a favorite offering to Pachamama, the Mother Earth. Centering a red cord unity bracelet by Carolina and Jorge, the pendant is crafted of sterling silver.
Braided Nylon Bracelet with Mexican Amber in Black, "Amber Night"$17.99
A fun and casual piece, this bracelet's jet black color helps set off the appealing golden honey hues of the three amber beads in its center. Artisan Juan García's products feature amber from the Simojovel mine in the Mexican state of Chiapas. The nylon bracelet is braided by hand, and it can be adjusted to the wearer's desired length.