Unlike most bracelets, this one is constructed for the focal point to also be the clasp. The "bones" of the bracelet are coiled wire, titanium-coated copper, finished with a gold-plated cap and an etched and antiqued pewter bead on each side. The interchangeable "clasps" are one inch (approximately) stones of desert picture jasper, stunning natural turquoise, and a moonlight opal, making this an incredibly versatile bracelet with a choice of lovely, natural gemstones. In true bangle-bracelet fashion, it is meant to be worn loosely about the wrist. The woven area is also flexible, allowing it to accommodate larger wrist sizes.
Hand made and donated by the artist.