Turquoise & Amethyst Wide Cuff Bracelet
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Our wide cuff bracelet from the mountains of Nepal comes alive with the vibrant contrast of turquoise and amethyst stones set amidst a delicate swirl of silver-brushed metal.
A portion of the proceeds for this product goes to Kipoo Newa English School in Kathmandu, Nepal, which offers young children an education in their home language (Nepal Bhasa).
- Metal, turquoise, & amethyst
- 1.5" W x 2.5" diameter (3.5 x 6.4 cm); will fit most wrists
- Handmade in and fairly traded from Nepal
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October 24, 2013 - Beautiful bracelet. One of the small stones fell out as soon as I got it. Superglue fixed it. Good buy.
October 21, 2013 - Very beautiful bracelet! Much prettier in person! Good value for the price! Highly recommend!
April 28, 2013 - This cuff goes great with a ring i already own. I have a small wrist (6 1/2 ) ,so it's hard to find one that is made well enough to bend without possible damage to design yet look like it's made for me. This is stunning yet not overpowering for my size. I find it stays put once on with no spinning around hence 5 stars. Love Love Love this site.
March 28, 2013 - Absolutely beautiful bracelet! I am astounded by how beautifully and consistently the artisans made the loops of silver on the band. I've almost had to break out my ninja moves a couple of times to keep people from stealing it off my wrist. As equally wonderful to me as getting the bracelet is helping homeless vets and knowing that part of my purchase price is helping educate children in their own language (versus trying to make them learn Chinese or English or another language on top of learning math, etc.). Thank you Greater Good Network and thank you Nepalese artisans! Namaste!
March 25, 2013 - Beautiful bracelet, it is thin making it bendable for fit. That worries me a little, but I love it.
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